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University of the South Papers, 



Series B, ]io 53. 




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Calendar for ISSQ-QO.- 



University of the South Press, 
sewan.e, tenn. 



THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



tfjlE BIgjiOPjS. 

Bt. Rev. ALEXANDER GREGG, D. D., Chancellor and Presi- 
dent of the Board, 

Bishop of Texas , Austin, Texas 

Rt. Rev. RICHARD H. WILMER, D. D., 

Bishop of Alabama : Mobile 

Rt. Rev. C. T. QUINTARD, D. D., LL. D., 

Bishop of Tennessee Sewanee 

Rt. Rev. J. W. BECKWITH, D. D., 

Bishop of Georgia . . . •.! '. i%* „*i ....... -.'. . . ..... .•. . .Atlanta 

Rt. Rev. H. 1ST. PIERCE, D. D., LL. D., 

Bishop of Arkansas Little Rock 

Rt. Rev. W. B. W. HOWE, D. D., 

Bishop of South Carolina Charleston 

Rt. Rev. THEODORE B. LYMAN, D, D., 

Bishop ol North Carolina Raleigh 

Rt. Rev. ALEXANDER C. GARRETT, D. D., LL. D., 

Missionary Bishop of Northern Texas Dallas 

Rt. Rev. THOMAS TJ. DUDLEY, D. D., 

Bishop of Kentucky Louisville 

Rt. Rev. JOHN N. GALLEHER, S.'T. D., 

Bishop of Louisiana New Orleans 

Rt. Rev. HUGH MILLER THOMPSON, D. D., 

Bishop of Mississippi Oxford 

Rt. Rev. A. A. WATSON, D. D., 

Bishop of East Carolina Wilmington 

Rt. Rev. EDWIN G. WEED, D. D., 

Bishop of Florida Jacksonville 

Rt. Rev= JAMES S. JOHNSTON, D. D., 
Missionary Bishop of Western Texas San Antonio 



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CLERICAL AND LAY TRUSTEES. 

Alabama. 

&] v. J, A. V an EfoOSl . Birmingham. 

W. W & pre, Montgomery. Jbo, W Noblb, Annigton. 

. irhat 

Ri \ . <ii o. l'. i»i i.iv. I '■ ..■• Smith. 
G w. C \ci i ii. Little Rook. r. D. Oi immm. Little R 

.\"/-/// Carolina. 

Rbv. Josbpb Bloumt Ohbshirb, .ir.. Ohaiiotte. 

Hon. w. B Oox, Raleigh. 
w. II. S. Bubgwih, Bendenon, Vance Oountjr. 

Sou tii Carolina* 
Bit. Btbwart IIoQubbb, Georgetown. 

Hon. 0. EL Milks. Charleston. B. W« BTOHB*, OharlettOIL 

East i 'arc 

Rbv. 9 \n Wirdbb Shields, New Berne, N. C. 
c. D.wks. Wilmington. W, B. Bhbpabd, Bdenton, N «' 

Florida. 

Rbv. a. W, k bight, Jacksonville. 
(!. R. Fairbanks, Fernandhia. W. W. Baxptoh, Gainesville* 

& orgia, 
Rbv. W. D. Po^ BBS, Ifaoon. 

W. K. IflLLBR, Augusta. Hon.X. D. BABRIBOB, Atlanta. 

Louisiana. 

Rbv. W. T. D. Dalebll, i>. D., Bhreveport 
J. C. Mohoi rb, Sareveport J, i> Bb h i br, Booma. 

Mississippi. 

R] \ l". \. Di RoasBT, M. a.. Ratchet. 
Bob. h. i\ Bimb ill, i.l. D., Vioksburg. 

Q, W. n<»\\ \i;i.. \ icksbnrg. 



Tennessee. 

Rev. W. C. Gray, D. D., Nashville. 
Hon. H. H. Lurton, Clarksville. Ucn. A. T. McNeal, Bolivar. 

Texas. 

Rev. T. B. Lee, Austin. 
"K. G. Hanrick, Waco. Lewellen Aubrey, Marshall. 

Norther it Texas. 

Rev. Edward Wickens, Dallas. 
W. D. Simpkins, M. D., Dallas. Jos. L. Autry, Dallas. 

Western Texas. 

Rev. W. W. Richardson, San Antonio. 
W. P. Finley, San Antonio. R. R. Bolling, Caranehua. 

Kentucky. 

Rev. M. M. Benton, Louisville. 
C. F. Johnson, Louisville. J. R. Procter, Frankfort. 



ASSOCIATE ALUMNI TRUSTEES. 

Rev. McIsTeely DuBose, B. D., Union. South Carolina. 
C. P. Hammond, C. E., Georgia. 
Silas McBee, North Carolina. 



Officers of the Board. 

Rt. Rev. Alexander Gregg, D. D., Austin, Texas 
Chancellor and President of the Board. 

Rev. McNeely DuBose, Union, South Carolina, 
Seeretarv. 



Executive Committee. 



kr. Rbv. BDWIM <;. WEED, i> i». 
Rbv. TELFA1B HODGSON, l». D 
Rev. W. 0. GRAY, D. D. 
Rob ALBERT T. IfoNEAL. 
Mi:. Z. h. HARRI80N. 
Mr. si las IfoBKB. 



THE UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH. 



THE OFFICERS 

Vice- Chancellor. 
Eev. TELFAIR HODGSON", D. D., Sewanee, Tenn. 

Convocation House. 



Commissaries of the University. 

Rev. F. W. TREMLETT, D. 0. L., Belsize Park, London, Eng. 

R. P. WILLIAMS, Esq., New York. 



Chaplain. 
Rev. THOMAS F. GAILOR. M. A., S. T. B., Sewanee. Teun. 



Health Officer. 

THEODORE M. DuBOSE, B. S., M. D., Sevvanee, Teun. 

No. 2 Universitv Office. 



Librarian. 
QUINCY EWING, Sewanee, Tenn. 

Proctor 
THEODORE M. DuBOSE, B. S., M. D. 

No. 2 University Office. 



FACULTY AND INSTRUCTO 



ACADEMIC DEPARTMENT. 

8ehc ■ ■ I i I \nd Evidi net i of ( 'hi 

L'l 7. W P. D - T. D . P 

School of \l<iti>< in" \ 
Gi v i: K!i:i:v smith. Pi fessor. 

Solk i at Languagi - and Litt ra I 

B. LA \n T<».\ w IGG1 \>. If. a.. Profei 

School oj Modem Languages and Literature. 
r. M. PAGE, Profesmnr. 

School of Engineering and Phyi 
tti \ i\ \. BHOUP i>. i>.. Profei 

Schoo 1 of i 'hi Wistry. 

C \m i;i;<»\ PIGGOT, m. D . Profs 

School of English Languagi and Literature. 
WILLIAM P, TRENT, If. \.. Professor. 

School of )J> taphysi 
\\v.\ . F, a. 8H0UP, D. D., Acting Profi 

scimni of Geology and Mim ralogy, 
< LMERON PIGGOT, If. D., Acting Professor. 

School of Political Economy and History* 
wili.iam P, TRENT, M. a.. Acting Professor. 

Honorary Professor in German French and Italian I ■ 
Dr. a LBBBT 80HAFTBR. 

School of Military Sdena and Toe 
w P. BTpNB, 2nd Lieutenant Second l*. s. Artillery, 
Instructor, and Commandant of Cadets. 



oi i $QY SWING, Instructor in Latin. 

w \ i,i TURIE, B. Ll . [nstrnotor in Prench and German. 

w ii. ftfoKELLAR, [nstrnotor in Book-keeping. 

L B. IIORET. [nstrnotor in Gymnastics. 



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THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 

Rev. TELFAIR HODGSON, D. D., Dean. 

New Testament Language and Interpretation. 
Rev. W. P. DuBOSE, S. T. D., Professor. 

Old Testament Language and Interpretation. 
Rev. W. P. DuBOSE, S. T. D., Acting Professor. 

Ecclesiastical History and Church Polity. 
Rev. THOMAS F. GAILOR, M. A., S. T. B., Professor. 

Systematic Divinity. 
Rev. A. A. BEJSTTOF, D. D., Professor. 

Homiletics and Pastoral Theology. 

Rev. SYLVESTER CLARK, D. D., Professor. 

Rt. Rev. JOKN" N". GALLEHER, D. D., Bishop of Louisiana, 

Lecturer. 



SUMMER SCHOOL OP ENGLISH. 
THOMAS R. PRICE, M. A., LL. D., Professor of English, Co- 
lumbia College, New York, Lecturer. 



GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Master. 
JNO. GADSDEN, M. A. 



Assistants* 
W. B. KAUTS, M. A. W. B. HALL, Jr., M. A. 

W. H. McKELLAR. E. H. ROWELL. 



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^he llriiversity of the jSoutit 



For ;i Puller account of the tJnivereity, per- 
sons interested are invited t<> write the Vice- 
Chancellor for special pamphlets, 



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THE CALENDAFM890. 



February 19 Ash Wednesday. 

March 20 Lent Term begins. 

March 25 Theological Department opens. 

March 30 • . . Palm Sunday. 

April 4 Good Friday. 

April 6 Easter Day. 

April 7 Eecess. 

May 15 Ascension Day— Eecess. 

May 25. . . Whi tsun-Day. 

May 26 Eecess. 

June 1 Trinity Sunday. 

July 4 .Eecess. 

July 21 General Examinations begin. 

July 31 . Board of Trustees meet. 

August 7 Commencement Day. 

August 7 Trinity Term begins. 

August 8 Three Days' Eecess. 

August 11 Academic Department opens. 

August 24 Theological Department opens. 

September 18 Foundation Day. 

October 18 St. Luke's Day. 

November 27 .... . . . /Thanksgiving Day. 

November 30 Advent Sunday. 

December 11 General Examinations begin. 

December 25 .Trinity Term ends. 

The Scholastic year begins with the Trinity Term. 

The Fasts and Festivals of the Church are duly ob- 
served. 

A special Calendar is issued for the Commencement 
Ceremonies and Exercises (July 31 — August 7.) 



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The llniversity. 



I. HI8T0BI A.\l» I>0( ATH»N. 

The University of the South, Chartered iu L868, was 
founded as an Institution of higher Christian Education 
in the South and Southwest. 

The plan of its organization was the result of a care- 
ful study erf the educational systems of tb< g in- 
stitutions of Europe and America, and the selectioi 
those features In harmony with the requirements of the 
age and country. The civil war delayed the openin \ 
the University, and swept away all its end* wmentfl - 
its domain <>f [0,000 acres. 

The Grammar school was opened in L868. The \- 
ademie and Theological Departments were soou after - - 
tablisbed, and these constitute the present University. 

Since L870 the growth has been rapid, and bj main- 
taining the highest standards of scholarship and char- 
acter as essential to membership, it has gaiued a -.. 
reputation. 

fn selecting a site for the University, the Trustees had 
in \ lew these requisites 
i. a place central and accessible \^ the various dio- 
i a, 2. \ section free from the malaria of the South 
and the pulmonarj diseases of the North. wh< 
dents e,,ni(i pursue their studies unhindered bj i 

\ (OCfttSOD where the I Hi\ (M^it y slmuM btliU 



own society and surroundings, excluding inharmonious 
elements, and exempting its students from the tempta- 
tions of city life. 

Sewanee, the seat of the University, is reached by the 
Tracy City brauch of the Nashville, Chattanooga & St. 
Louis Baiiway, at a distance of eight miles from Cowan. 
Perhaps a more definite idea of the exact location of the 
University may be given to those who are not acquainted 
with it by saying that the great tunnel on the Nashville, 
Chattanooga & St. Louis Eailway passes nearly under the 
University domain— eighty-seven miles south of Nash- 
ville by rail, twenty-live miles north of Stevenson, and 
sixty-live miles from Chattanooga. 

The Post-office address is "Sewanee, Tenn." There 
is a money order and telegraph office at the station. 

As it is about midway between the Ohio Kiver and the 
Gulf, the Atlantic and the Mississippi, this entire region, 
with much beyond, is tributary to the University. 

Concerning the healthfulness of the place, the "Report 
of the Tennessee State Board of Health," 1SS4, says : 
" The Cumberland Mountain Plateau peculiarly abounds 
in resorts which possess to the full every essential that 
nature is asked to supply. We name one, by way of il- 
lustration— Sewanee— which, as a type of health resorts., 
fulfills all the requirements of the tourist, the invalid 
and the seeker of rest and cool enjoyable surroundings. 
Here, right at the edge of the Mountain, and in the na- 
tive woods, is the University of the South, with its clas- 
sic halls, its grounds and walks and cottages, altogether 
a delightful health giving village, with a people whose 
refinement and courtesy make the visitor at home and 
attune him to enjoy to the utmost the pure air and 
grand scenery of the Mountain's margin," 



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I!. "i;<, \\ix.\ti<>\ AM- GfO) ERNMENT. 

The University ol bbe Sooth Is under the Role mid per- 
;;il direction of the Pi otestai I I Church, i • 

anted by a Board of Ti 

The administrative head of the Pnii 
Chancellor. The educational kiterestsof the Univer- 
sity are controlled by the Hebdomadal i 
of bbe Professors, « ith the \ \ \ lairman. 

The general duti< i scipline • 

trusted to the Proctor. He is - isted by s 

Ironi their good conduct and geutlemanly 
are thought competent by the Vioe-Chaucellor. 
cipline observed is directed chiefly to the mainteun 
of that good oi<der and quiet i>ece study, Be 

lints are gradually removed and pri • gradually 

extended, accoitiing to the general standing of the stu- 
dent. Regular attention to all stated duties 
lutely required. 

III. GENERAL CONDUCT. 

!\\>i i RY \M> !;.\ti;v. 

All letters of inquiry shwW be addi tiw \ oe- 

mccllor, ttev, Telfair Hod-son. D. !».. Sewauee, Tenn. 
Information must be given in advance of intention to 
enter sons and wards, and a certificate ol n good char- 
acter from n responsible persou la uecessary, 

DEP LRTHEKTS. 

Two Departments are al present iu operation — the 
Academic and the Theological. These are the outgrowth 
ofa fuilj equipped aud wall organized Qrammai - 
which Is still regarded as a ci mpetgul f< bigta 

culture of the undergraduate departou rtaiu de- 



tails of conduct peculiar to each department will be 
found under their respective heads. 

SCHOLASTIC YEAR. 

The scholastic year consists of two terms of tweuty 
weeks each, commencing respectively in August and 
March. 

The vacation of twelve weeks commences in December 
and ends in March. 

Commencement Day is the first Thursday in August, 
and Terms are dated from this point. lu 1890, Com- 
mencement Day is August 7th. 

LIBRARY, SOCIETIES AND CLUBS. 

A good library of about twenty-four thousand vol- 
umes has been already secured, and is open to students 
at appointed hours. There are two Literary Societies — 
the Sigma Epsilon, and Pi Omega. 

The Homiletic Society and the Bishop Boone Mission- 
ary Association belong to the Theological Department. 

The A. T.fl., 2. A. E., K.2., <£>. A. 0., A.T.A., 
K. A. and T. A. 2. Fraternities have each a chapter 
at the University. Physical exercises are encouraged : 
there are two Base-ball Clubs, several Tennis Clubs, and 
a Foot-ball Club. 

An Athletic Association has been organized for the 
purpose of encouraging field sports. There are two 
contests per annum, and medals are given as prizes. 

GYMNASIUM. 

The Gymnasium is equipped with well-selected ap- 
paratus, and is in charge of an experienced gymnast, 
who is always present to advise and direct the student. 
Every student is examined by the Health-officer, and 



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i exercU • meel the w 

of his physical condition.. 

DONORS 

honors of the Uoiversil 
■ , Diplomas and D 

PR] 

Prizes of books arc awarded on 
duly announced. Hedals are offered annually in Latin, 
Greek, French, German, Spanish and Elocution ; the p 
ticulara arc set forth under the several schools. 

IMI'LOM \S. 

Diploma of graduation in any School is awarded to 
such students as, at the end of the scholastic year, shall 
have attained a satisfactory standard. But no Diploma 
may be conferred, in any case, until the candidate shall 
have passed a satisfactory examination in the English 
language. 

CERTIFICATES. 

Certificates of Proficiency are given in one of its 
branches where a school embraces several, or where 
less than a diploma is required for a degree, as, for ex- 
ample, in the degree of B. 8., where Latin is prosecuted 

only through the intermediate class. 
DEGREES. 

Th<- degrees conferred by the University on its grad- 
uates are stated below, with the requirements for each 

They are adapted to the varied tastes and i 
pacities of the b! udent. 

The D( Bachelor of Letters embraces notbi 



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in mathematics beyond the Junior course, and avoids 
the domain of Science and Natural Philosophy. 

The Degree of Bachelor of Science embraces only in- 
termediate Latin, omitting Greek entirely, embracing in- 
stead a full course of mathematics with Political Science, 
History, Chemistry, Geology and Mineralogy. 

The degree of Bachelor of Arts is adapted to those 
who have aptitude equally tor Science and Letters. 

The Degree of Civil Engineer is chiefly professional, 
though it combines iu its branches the elements of an 
elevated practical education. 

The Degrees of Master of Arts, Master of Science, 
and Doctor of Philosophy, are Post-graduate degrees, 
and the requirements are stated below. 

The requirements for graduation in the several 
Schools are stated under those Schools. 

The Diplomas required for the several degrees are 
as follows : 

Bachelor of Divinity (B. D.) : 
The conditions are stated nnder the Theological Department. 

Bachelor of Letters (B. Lt.) : 

1. Moral Science. 

2. Greek. 

3. Latin. 

4. English. 

5. French. 

6. German (Certificate). 

7. Political Science and History. 

8. Metaphysics. 

(Students may elect whether to obtain a Diploma in German and 
C ertificate in French. ) 

Bachelor of Arts (B. A.): 

1. Greek. 

2. Latin. 



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3 E iglith. 

L. French or ( German. 

5. Mathematics. 

\n;ii\ tical Physios I Certificate 

7. Metaphysics. 

s Moral Science. 

'.'. Chemistry | Certifioab 

i". Bistory I Certifi* 

[faster of Irft If. I 

The degree of Master of Arts (M. a-) may be im men 

individuals as Bhall have passed the l«r 

graduation in the Schools lasl above mentioned for the B. Ldeg 
and, In addition, shall exhibit Master's Diplomasin the following 
Schools: 

i. Greek. 

2. Latin. 

3. Rnglisfa and Bistory. 

Any two of the following Bohoola may be substituted for tm< 
these three Schools i 
French. 
German. 
Spanish. 
ICoral Boienoe. 
Metaphysics. 

Bachi lor of 8eu na \ B. 8,): 

1. Mathematics. 

2. Analytical Physi08. 

3. French or I German . 

4. Moral Science. 

."». Goology and Mineralogy. 

6. Latin ( ( Vrt itic.i •■ 

7. English | Certificate 
lletaphysios I Certificate ), 

!>. Political Science and History. 

Chemistry | Certificate >, or 

Chemistry, and Political Science and Bistorj (Certificate 

In addition to the Baooalaun ate Diplomas required for the 



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of B. S., the candidate must exhibit Master's Diplomas in the fol- 
lowing : 

1. Chemistry. 

2. Geology and Mineralogy and 
Political Science and History. 

3. Pure or Applied Mathematics. 

Civil Engineer ( C. E. ) : 

1. Mathematics. 

2. Analytical Physics. 

3. Civil Engineering. 

4. French, or German, or Spanish, 

5. Geology and Mineralogy. 

6. Moral Science. 

7. English (Certificate). 

8. Chemistry (Certificate). 

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.): 

The degree of Doctor of Philosophy may be conferred upon any 
student who has obtained a Bachelor's Degree of B. A., B. Lt., or 
B. S., from this University. The Bachelor's Degrees from any 
other University may be accepted as an equivalent when the Fac- 
ulty have been satisfied, by examination, that the course of studies 
for which he received his Bachelor's Degree is equivalent to that for 
which the Bachelor's Degree is given in this University. The Fac- 
ulty will recommend for this degree of Doctor of Philosophy a can- 
didate who ? being thus qualified, shall reside at least two years at 
the University, and shall pursue during three years a course of 
study, embracing at least three subjects approved by the Faculty, 
and shall pass a thorough examination upon that course, showing 
in one of his subjects, special attainments. He shall also prepare a 
thesis on this subject, giving evidence of original investigation. 
This thesis must be presented at least two months before this de- 
gree may be conferred. The candidate must defend this thesis on 
examination before the entire Academic Faculty, and must be pre- 
pared to answer any question pertaining to the subject embraced 
in his course that may be propounded by members of said Faculty, 

Honorary Degrees : 

Honorary Degrees are conferred by the Board of Trustees. A 
register of all Degrees conferred is appended. 



BXPBN8E8, 



An estimate of expend en under each Depart- 

ment, and a Full explanation will be Been at the end of 
this volume. 



The Theological Department. 



RE8IDENCE AND EXPENS1 

The Theological Depart in cni occupies st. Luke's Me- 
morial Hall, containing, besides Chapel and Lecture- 
rooms, accommodations for thirty-si* students, Two 
students occupy in common a parlor with two bed-rooms 
attached. There is no charge for room-rent or tuition. 
The expenses of the student for board, washing, hiel and 
lights do not exceed one hundred and fifty dollars a year. 
Students furnish their own rooms, and pay to the B 
five dollars and fifty cents a term for medical attendance 
and mail carriage. The Janitor's fee is one dollar a 
month, and is paid to the Mursar. 

The scholastic year is the same as that Of the Other 

departments of the University, classes begin in August 
QUALIFICATIONS FOB ENTRANCE. 

Every candidate for admission must possess me ln- 
erarj qualifications required by "Canon [I, sec iv., and 

l\ ."-«•«•. [j . aB follows: 

•• if tii.- postulant desire* to be a CandidaU 
a- for the Diaconate, li<- mast lay before the B i 
diploma, or other Ratisfactory evidence that in- i- a graduate in arts 

ome university or collefte in which Ihe learned lang 
duly studied j and it the Bishop be notfullj satisfied of the su ©* 



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eieney of such diploma, bo may remit the same for consideration 
and advice to the Standing Committee of the Diocese. An exam- 
ination of the literary qualifications of a Postulant or Candidate 
shall extend to his knowledge of the English language and litera- 
ture, and at least the first principles and general outlines of logic, 
rhetoric, mental and moral philosophy, physics and history, and the 
Latin ai.d Greek languages* 

DRESS 

Students are required to wear the scholastic Cap and 
Gown of the University, with the distinctive badge of 
this Department. 

DIPLOMA. 

At the Annual Commencement of the University, a 
Diploma of Graduation is conferred upon such students 
as have successfully passed the regular examinations 
and completed the course. 

DEGREE. 
The Degree of Bachelor of Divinity is for graduates of 
this Department only, and is intended to promote the 
highest standard of Theological preparation among its 
students. It is granted not before one year after grad- 
uation, and upon the following conditions : 

1st. Sufficient literary qualification, to be determined in each 
case by the Faculty, the standard being that of the M. A. Degree 
of this University. 

2nd. Such a performance of the regular three years 7 course of 
this Department as will come up to a maximum standard to be 
determined by the several Professors. 

3rd. Satisfactory performance of such additional reading and 
work as may be assigned by the Professors. 

4th. The concurrence of the Bishop of the Diocese to which the 
applicant belongs, after one year of practical work in the Min- 
istry. 

5th. Koticc of application for the Degree must be given to 
the Faculty at the beginning of the second year of the regular course, 



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SOCIETIES. 

The Bishop Boom Missionary Society was* founded on 

Tuesday m Wliitsun week, ]^; s . 

oh/nt. »«To oultivate among its members, and to fttrive to dif- 
fuse in the Charcb at large, a missionary sptnl and leal, and io, In 
tin' triH-i wnse, tn promote the cause of Christ. Tbisobjesl it 
ire - 

*• First, by obtaining all possible missionary information bj 
work a^ >hall lie assigned by the roles of the Society. 

• Secondly, bj corresponding with missionaries ol the Church. 

•• Thirdly. by assisting missionary enterprises, 

•• Ponrth and chiefly, by striving t<> realise and to teach the 
dentity ul the Ifissionary Spirit irith the Spirit of Christ, and by 
se*f consecration to the same." 

The St* Luke's SomileUcand TAterary Society, founded 

on St. Luke's Day, October 18, L879. 

Object — "The promotion of personal piety and brotherly lore 
among the Theological students, the cultivation nf literary and 
eesthetic taste, the discussion ofbomiletio and theological subjects, 
mid ol nil practical Questions bearing upon the Ministry. w 



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COUHSK l IJDIES. 



OLD TESTAMENT LANGUAGE \M» [NTERPRBTATH 
\> : i\t. Propi 

First Y ear — The rndiinents of the Hebrew 
and portion* of the historical books read. 

nnd r< E i is begnn, the U ■ and por 

tions ol the Psalms and Prophets being studied. 

Third Year — The Mime studies continued, and in thin ;i^ in pre- 
vious years, lectures are given <»n various subjects pertaining t<» In 
trodnction. 

Stndents are required to become familiar with the content* of 
Old Testament Scriptures, and in particular with the 8 
including the interbiblical period to the coming i d. 

Toxt Books— Hebrew Bible and Lexicon, Tregelles 1 n 
I* ■ew Grammar, Mitchell's Geseniu* Hebrew Grammar. 

Ni;w TESTAMENT EXEGE8I8, 

PaoFBSBOH in Boss. 

[ustruction in this Department is divided into three 

ach. 
First Year— The Syiu >pt ical Gospels are studied in connection 
with the *• Life of Christ *' 
3i poud Fear— St. Johu's Gospel and Epistle to the H<- 

lied. 
Third Fear TheEputles of 8t. Pan 1 are read in connection with 
a Hixtnry of the Life and Labors of the Ape 

rse i- accompanied with lecture* upon various 
questions of Lntrodnction, and throughout, weekly written i 
: required <>f all utodents. 

Texl and Reference Book* — w •■■■•• .\ H 
Gardiner's Harmonj 

i intent, We itoott'i 1 1 mon 

and Introduction i<> the Gospels, Horned »v Bleck'g into 



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Commentaries of Wordsworth, Alford, Ellicott, Light foot, Olshau- 
sen, Lange, Meyer, <fcc; Lives of Christ by Andrews, Farrar, 
Geikie, Ellicott, <fcc; Lives of St. Paul by Conybeare & Howson, 
Farrar, <fcc; Smiths New Testament History and Bible Dic- 
tionary. 

DOGMATIC THEOLOGY. 

Professor Benton. 

Junior Year. — Pearson on the Creed. With Lectures upon the 
History of the Creeds. Liddon's Bampton Lecture, 1866. 

To be read. — Mason's Faith of the Gospel ; Bp. Forbes on the 
Nlcetie Creed; Waterland's Critical History of the Athanasian Creed ; 
Dr. B. Franklin's "The Creed and Modern Thought"; Bp. Bull's 
Defeusio Fidei Nicsense. 

Intermediate Year. — Bp. Browne on XXXIX Articles ; Lec- 
tures on the History of the Articles, and, of the Confessions of 
Faith during the Reformation Period and on the Homilies. 

To be read. — Wilberforce on the Incarnation ; Faber on Elec- 
tion ; Faber's Difficulties of Romanism ; Abp. Whately on the 
Writings of St. Paul ; Hageubach's History of Doctrines. 

Senior Year. — Selections from Dr. Adams' Christian Science, 
and Bp. Sanderson's Lectures on Conscience and Obligation of Hu- 
man Law ; Magee on the Atonement ; Lectures on Moral Theol- 
ogy and on the Doctrinal Teaching of the Prayer Book; Lee on 
Inspiration. 

To be read. — Hooker on the Incarnation ; Bp. Hopkins' Primitive 
Church; Lucock's Studies in the Prayer Book ; Lathbury's.History 
of the Prayer Book ; Littleclale's Plain Reasons. 

Works of Reference. — Bull's Harmonia Apostolica; Waterland's 
Treatise on the Doctrine of the Eucharist; Burnett and Beveridge 
on the XXXIX Articles ; Athanasius' Treatise against the Arians ; 
St. Cyril's Commentary on St. Luke ; and St. Augustine on St. 
John (Oxf. Lib. of the Fathers); Abp. Lawrence Bampton's Lec- 
ture, 1804; Hengstenberg's Christology ot the 0. T.; Pusey's Dan- 
iel ; Dr. Field, Of the Church ; Dr. Fulton's Index Canonum ; Bp. 
Cotterill's Genesis of the Church; Bp. McLaren's Catholic Dogma 
the Antidote of Doubt ; Sadler's Emmanuel; Bp. Moberly's Ad 
ministration of the Holy Spirit; Dr. Mansel's Limits of Religious 
Thought ; Waterland on Regeneration; Blunt's Annotated Praj'er 
Book; A. Stephens' Book of Common Prayer, with Legal Notes; 



BCOrtU II irnuina Sy in Itulict i |; i i i uitio 

Theology. 

B< I LB8J L8TI04 L P0LIT1 

PROFB8SOH G L1LOR. 

This school embraces ■ study of the Nature, Constitutions 
srnment of the Ohorota m ihoim lo Boly 8oripture, and the 
writings ol the Primitive Fathers, with 
Polity and Law of the Church In the Unife 

Text and Reference Books Potter's Church Governor Book 
eft i. al Polity, Bilson'fl Perpe I i rnmeol of the 

Choroh, Bingham's Christian Antiquities, and Benry'f I 
diam, Palmer's Treatise on the Choroh, Field's Book of the Church, 
Wilson's Church [dentifled, Baddan's Apostolical 8 
oival's Apostolical Bnooession, (Soorayer on English Ordinations, 
Kip's Double Witness to the Church, 9 Church Doctrine Bi 

ble Troth, Chapin's Primitive church. Boffroan's Law ol 
Church, Vinton's Manual Commentary on Canon Law, Pulton's In 
dei Oanonum, Rickey's Churchman's Randbook, Wordsworth's 
Theophilus Anglioanus (Evans), Constitution and Digi 
('aimns. Perry's Band-Book of General Conventions. 

i;« < LB6J kSTIC LL BI8TORY. 

ProFBBSOB G \ii.<»k. 

The history of the church is the Bistory of its growth, doctrine, 
discipline, and worship, and includes a notice of the Jewish Bis 
tory and preparation for Christianity during the interval betn 
the completion of the Old Testament Canon and the birth of our 
Lord, [t is a continuous life, and. like the biography of an indi- 
vidual, is naturally divided into periods, of which three b 
generally recognised — the first ending with Gregory the G 
590), and the second] with the dawn of the Reformation 1517 
The study of the third period relates especially t»> the Bistoc 
the Church in England and A.merioa. 

Instruction is given almost entirely by lectures, though Mohan, 
Robertson and Bardwiok an* need as texts, 

Works for General Reference*— Mosbeim (Murdook 
Dai ;. Dollinger, Robertson's Church Bistory, 

Dor's Person of Christ, Bageubaoh'a Bietoq ol Dootrux 



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Introduction and Church of the Redeemed, Landon's Manual of 
Councils, Stanley's Holy Eastern Church, Hefele's Councils. 

On the First Period— Smith's Old and New Testament Histories, 
Apostolic Fathers (Lightfoot, Jacobson, Cave, &c), Greek Eccle- 
siastical Historians, viz : Eusebius, Socrates, Theodoret, Sozomen 
and Evagrius, Kaye's Tertullian, Fleury (translated by Newman), 
Mahan's Ecclesiastical History, Wordsworth's Church History, 
Newman's Historical Sketches, Salmon's Introduction to the N. T. 

On the Second Period— Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman 
Empire, Hallam's Middle Ages, Milman's Latin Christianity, Neale's 
Introduction to the History of the Holy Eastern Church and His- 
tory or the Patriarchate of Alexandria, Bowden's Life of Gregory 
Til, Ranke's History of the Popes and Reformation, Maitland's 
Dark Ages, Bryce's Holy Roman Empire, Stephen's and Lawton's 
Histories of the Church of Scotland. 

On the Third Period— Bede, Collier, Fuller, Hook's Lives of the 
Archbishops, Hard wick's, Fisher's and D'Aubinge's Histories of 
the Reformation, Churton's Early English Church, Blunt' s Refor- 
mation of the Church of England (1514-1662), Short's History of 
the English Church, Hore's Eighteen Centuries of the Church in 
England, Jenning's Ecclesia Anglicana, Green's History of the 
English People, Perry's History of the English Church, Dixon's 
History of the English Reformation, Bishop White's Memoirs, Wil- 
berforce's and Perry's Histories of the American Church, Ander- 
vson's History of the Colonial Church, Francis L. Hawk's Contribu- 
tions to the History of the American Church. 

HOMILETICS AND PASTORAL THEOLOGY. 

Professor Clarke. 

In the Trinity Term the studies of the Junior Class seek to make 
clear such fundamental questions as, What a Pastor Is ? What 
are His Relations Towards God and Towards Man ? What are His 
Motives, Responsibilities and Helps? What should be the Main 
Outline of His Continuous and Life-long Course of Study ? and 
What is the Best Method of Preparation of Sermons, whether Un- 
written or Written 1 Distinctly to understand these questions is of 
highest importance, as well for its influence upon the student's de- 
votedness and. zeal, as for the advantage of applying homiletic 
theory to immediate practice in sermon writing and in preaching 



2S 

during liis Seminary life, ffei i( \hr 

beginning of the Jonior Year, nnd, that tliey mat un- 

derstood, they are taught in the threefold icaj ln«ok 

nnd recitations j (6), printed lectures selected b.t tin and 

dents in turn j and I o), the Instruction* <•!' the I 

lojr. Then, throughout the remainder <»i the three yearn, this 
knowledge la made use «»r, in the srriting n end in uxtem- 

poraneous speaking, for whirl) the HnmiN-tic.il Society < 
Luke't Sail and the Literarj 8 - of 1 1 1 • - University (tiriiisli 

the opportunity, al least once In every ereek. 

In the Senior Year, the studies arc upon the Administration of 
the Sacramento, the performance of toe I Ihe 

B«Hik of < '• mii mi m prayer, and the practical detail «>t pastoral duty. 
, attention i> given to the reading of the Service, and in par- 
ticular, to an accurate and intelligent reading of th( U H ' Iroill 

Holy Scripture. The regular course of study In this Department 
in supplemented by the able and instructive leot,oreeoi the bU. K i 
the Bishop of Louisiana* 

ti:\t wn imitki \« I BOOKS 

Romilctics* — Thoughts on Preaching, Alexander; D 
Christiana, St Augustine; Post Mediaeval Preachini 
Gould; The Art of Extempore Speaking, Bautaiuj Vale Lecture-. 
Beecher; Preparation and Delivery of Sermons, Broadus j Li 
turns on Preaching, Brooks; CampbeH'd Lecture* on Pulpit Bin 
quenoe; Claude^ E2 iaj on the Composition of s Sermon; The 
Preacher's Counsellor, C<iquere1 j The Christian Mini-try. Crosby ; 
Sacred Rhetoric, Dabney; Lectured on Preaching, Dale; tfomi- 
letioand Pastoral Lectures, Eltyoott; Dialogues on tlie Eloquence 
ofthe Pulpit, Penelon; On Preaching and on Popular Education 
Graham; Thoughts on the Composition and Deliverj 3 rmm, 

ory ; BScole I bj j L^ectn i 

fuj Preaching, Hall. Cuyler and Beecber; God's Word Through 

aching, John Ball; Lamps, Pitchers, etc., Hood; Homllet 
Hoppin ; An Earnest Ministry. Jan *ti*c on HomUeJi©*, 

Suggestions on Ifodern Preaching, London, 18 
The Student and Preacher, Mather: The Principles of KJoque 

btfl on Preaching Ri n I Daniel K<torc - on 

Preaching, Moore, llarston and Beyley ; QbristianO 
The Clergy and the Pulpit, sfullois; Media-, ai P and 



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Preaching, Xeale ; Composition and Delivery of a Sermon, Oster- 
Vald ; Ad Clerum, Parker; Art of Prophesying, Perkins; Lectures 
on Preaching, Phelps; Lectures on Homiletics, Porter; Pulpit 
Table-Talk, Ramsey ; Sacred Rhetoric, Ripley ; Th'». London Pul- 
pit,' Ritchie ; Lectures on Preaching, Simpson; Aid* to Preaching 
and Hearing, Skinner; Lectures to My Students, and Commenting 
and Commentaries, Spurgeon ; Preaching Without Notes, Storrs ; 
The Preacher's Manual, Sturdevant; Apostolical Preaching and 
Ministerial Duty, Sumner; The Model Preacher. Rev. Win. Tay- 
lor; The Ministry of the Word, Rev. fm. Taylor, D. D.; Preach- 
ing, Vaux ; Homiletics, Vinet ; Hints on Extemporaneous Preach- 
ing, Ware ; Eeclesiastes, or the Grift of Preaching, Wilkins; The 
Preacher, Zeigler; On Extemporary Preaching, Zineke. 

Pastoral Theology. —Ministerial Duties, Bather; The Reformed 
Pastor, Baxter; The Pastor, Bedell; The Church and the School, 
Bellairs; Directorium Pastorale, Blunt ; The Christian Ministry, 
Bridges; Treatise on the Pastoral Office, Burgon ; The Pastoral 
Care, Burnett ; Butler's Charge to his Clergy, A. D. 1751; Con- 
cerning the Priesthood, St. Chrysostom ; Bp. G. W. Doane\s 
Works, Vol. IT; The Pastor, Harvey; A Priest to the Temple, 
Herbert; Priest and Parish, Jones; The Christian Pastorate, Kid- 
der ; Lectures on Clerical Manners and Habits, Miller; The Pas- 
toral Office, Oxenden ; The Clergyman's Companion, and Charges 
and Sermon to the Clergy of Carlisle, Paley; The Preacher and 
Pastor, Parks; Pastoral Letters of the House of Bishops, Reprint, 
1808-1884 ; Bishop Simon Patrick's Works, Vol. Ill ; Abp. Thomas 
Seeker's Charges to his Clergy; Homiletics and Pastoral Theology, 
Shedd; Mature and End of the Sacred Office, Smith ; Cierus Dom- 
ini, Visitation of the Sick and Rules and Advices to the Clergy, 
Bp. Jeremy- Taylor ; Pastoralia, Thompson; Pastoral Theology, 
Vinet; The Ministry of the Gospel, Wayland, Ordination Ad- 
dresses, Wilberforce. 

LITtTRGlCS. 

TEXT AND REFERENCE BOOKS, 

Reeling's Litnrgiee Brittanicfe; -Blunt -s Annotated Book of Com- 
mon Prayer ; The Prayer Book Interleaved ; Proctors History and 
Rationale of the Prayer Book;, Blackney's History and Interpreta- 
tion of the Book of Common Prayer; Cardwell's History .of Con- 
ferences: CardAvelPs Pocumentarv Annals; CosiVs Korea and 



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Collections on the Praj ei I / I o / 

Seudamon v til i Eucharist i.-.iw'^ Principles ■ •( Divine 

ice, tun \ uii,:: . inan'fl Rite I ' 

Laws and Dangesof the Church, -<iT volumes; Palmer** Orij 
Litargriea), two volumes; Bingham'd Antiquities, book* XIII. 
-\ l \ . \\ : Pelliccia'i Polity of the Christian Church ; " 
Ancient Liturgy of the Gburch of England ; ICaakell'ii M mnm< 
Ritnalia, three volumes; The Sarura llissal, English Translation, 
published by the Church Press Company, London; ] 

•: Boars of Sarnm, translated by J. l>. Cbauita 
Bonrs and Night Offices of the Church of England, '•■ 
tion «>t tin- Sarum Breviary; Neale'n Eaaajfl on Liturgiolo{ 
tfeale'g [ntroduetion t<> tli«' Eiatory <>t tin- Bolj Eastern Church j 
Rnmmond'H Liturgies, Bastern and Western : Translation of the 
Primitive Liturgies, by Neale and Littledale; Littledale^ Transla* 
tion of the Offices of the Bastern Church ; Dnrandus* R 
Divinornm Offioiornm; Jeub'a Choral Service; Dyce'i Common 
Prayer nv ith Plain Tune. 



Summer School of Theology. 



\ Summer School of Theology has been established 
at the University, the lectures extending over the 
month of August each year. The firs! session was held 
In August, 1889, and largely attended by Clergy from 
the Southern Dioceses. The names of the special lec- 
turers Were as follows ! 

Bt. Bei . \. \ w itsoNj D, D., Easl Carolina. 

L'i:\ . Jno. J. Elmenporf, s. t. i>. 

i;i.\ . .1 - Kr.h\i:v, D. 1). 

in addition to these public lectures, regular Seminary 
courses were conducted by the Professors In the I 
logical Department. 



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Summer Course of Lectures 



The summer of 1889 was marked by a most interesting' course of 
lectures on "The Principles of Dramatic Construction," by Prof. 
Thomas R. Price, of Columbia College, N"ew York. Dr. Price first 
devoted two lectures to the general principles which underlie dra- 
matic construction, drawing his examples chiefly from the •' Othel- 
lo. " He then gave an exhaustive analysis of the "Winter's Tale/' 
a play which has hitherto proved a stumbling block to the critics. 
His fourth lecture was devoted to Lord Tennyson as a dramatic 
poet; his fifth and last lecture to Mr. Browning and Mr. Swin- 
burne. The authorities of the University were gratified by there- 
suit of these lectures, as they not only excited a general interest on 
the part both of visitors and students, but also gave a great stim- 
ulus to the special work that is done in English by University 
•classes. 

It is purposed to make this Summer School of English a feature 
for the coining year. A distinguished scholar will be engaged to 
deliver a special course of lectures, and the Professor in English 
will conduct a class in the study of Eighteenth Century Poetry. 
Other members of the Faculty will aid in this English work, and 
will supplement the above mentioned courses by lectures on litera- 
ry and scientific subjects. 

The University feels that it made a move forward and in the 
right direction when it took advantage of its admirable summer 
climate, and- established a summer course of lectures, at a time of 
the year when Professors and students of other institutions are at 
leisure and able to meet together for mutual profit and enjoyment. 
It trusts that the summer of 1890 will show further development 
in the same important direction. 



Special Lectures in the Department of Ecclesiastical History 
for 1890. 



It is expected that a series of public lectures on Ecclesiastical 
History will be delivered in St. Luke's Hall, July 1890, by the Rt. 
Rev. Hugh Miller Thompson, I). D., Bishop of Mississippi. 











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The Academic Department 



DISCIPLINE, GRADE AND C08T1 ICE. 
in the Academic Department, the Scholastic Cap and 

Gown I 'li (l wearers of which arc known as "Gownsmen," 

with the Immunities they carry, are reserved for those 

students who in age, character and attainments show 

themselves to be real University Stttdbkts. 

The other Academic students (called "Juniors '* and 
the pupils of the Grammar School, with voluntt 
Gownsmen, are organized into a Battalion, which drills 
at such hours as do ool interfere with study. 

The Battalion dresses in a neat and durable uniform 

of gray cloth, which may he worn at all times, hut is 
required only at drill and on Sunday, while military 
drill Is thus provided by the Hoard of Trustees, the dis- 
cipline of the University is, as directed bythe Statutes, 

wholly Proctorial. 

INSTRUCTION AND GRADUATION. 
Students, with the advice of the Professors, elect such 

Schools as best meet the ends they have in view ; hut 
they must take at least three Schools, unless properly 

excused, 

The conditions of entrance and the requirements tor 

the Diplomas necessary to the various Degi 

stated under each School. Special students are admit- 
ted under proper restrictions. 



3b 

SEKVICES, Etc. 

There are daily Morning and Evening Services in the 
University Chapel. On Sunday there is a sermon at 
Morning Prayer* Students are required to attend Morn- 
ing Prayer during the week, and Evening Prayer also on 
Sunday. These services are brief, and with the full 
choir are made very attractive. The character of the 
services is especially controlled by the Bishops of the 
Board of Trustees. Instruction upon Sacred Subjects is 
given to students in all stages of their course* 

EXPENSES. 

The entire expenses of a student need not exceed an 
average of $360 per annum. Details will be found at 
the end of this volume, 



36 



THE SCHOOLS. 



ANYIKXT LANGUAGES AND LITERATI BE. 



PbOFBSSOU W IG0IVA 



In i.atin. candidates for the B. a. Degree are required to take 
three yean of class work, with special courtes of parallel prit 
reading. The aim will be to give eaefa student as wide a range of 
reading aa possible in the literature of the different periods. Bpeeial 
attention will be paid to Latin composition, to reading Latin a1 
Bight, and to understanding Latin when read aloud. 

[f any student is unable to take the course of parallel reading, 

may take additional courses of class work. 

In Greek, candidates for the B. a. Degree are required to * 
three years of class work, with special courses of parallel prh 
reading. The aim will be to give each Btudenl at wide s rang 
reading as possible in the literal ore of the different periods. Bpeeial 

attention will he paid to Greek composition, to reading Greek at 

right, and to understanding Greek when read aloud. 

it any student is unable to take the course of parallel readings 

he may take additional courses ofeiesswork. 
The following courses are offered for i ss ^> — U#i 
The work provided for subseqaenfl years will he arranged 

similai sebene, althoagh the authors will vary. 

LATIN 

.1 nkm: CLASS 

Y\yA Term— I. Livy XXI and XX II. 

Private reading— IMiny, Select Letters. 

2. Grammatical Perms, treated Itobb the 

tive .standpoint. 
:;. Syntax, by lecture- and recitation. 

4. Prose composition. 



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Second Term— 1. Ovid, Metamorphoses* 

Private Heading— Cicero, Pro Roscio Attierlno* 

2. Syntax, by lectures and recitation. 

3. Prose composition* 
4* Roman History* 

INTERMEDIATE CLASS. 

First Term— 1. Horace, Select Odes and Epodes, Carmen Sac- 
cular^* 
Private Reading — Martial, select Epigrams* 

2. Syntax, by lectures and recitation* 

3. Prose composition* 

4. Prosody and Metres* 
Second Term— 1. Tacitus, Agricola, Germania. 

Private Reading— Catullus, select Odes* 

2. Syntax, by lectures and recitation. 

3. Prose composition* 

4. Roman Literature* 

SENIOR CLASS* 

First Term— 1. Juvenal, Select Satires, Persius. 

Private reading*— Terence, Andria^ AdelphcB* 

2. Syntax, the Paratactic Sentence, with an expo^ 

sitionofthe fundamental principles of Com* 
parative Philology* 

3. Prose composition. 

4. Roman Literature and Antiquities* 
Second Term— 4. Plautus, Aulularia, Mostellaria. 

Private reading — Lucretius, de Rerurn datura, 

2. Syntax, the Hypothetic Sentence, with an expo- 3 

sition of the fundamental principles of Com** 
parative Philology. 

3. Prose composition* 
4* Reading at sight. 

For text or reference the following authorities are used : 

(rranimars-^Gildersleeve, Allen and Greenough, Roby, Fischer"; 

Madvig, 
Histories'— Creighton, Merivale, Moinmsen* 
Literatures— Farrar, Cruttwell, TeuffeL 



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jraphy— (iitm and Eleath'i Classical a • 
Composition'— Gildereleeve, Bennett, Pott, N 
-Harper, Riddle and Arnold. 

BBEEK 

tcunos - lam. 

t*ind Term — 1. Stenophon, Memorabilia* 
Private reading— Lj - 
■ I Grammatical Fonnsj treated from the 
tivr standpoint Accentuation. 
Syntax, by Leotnreeand reoitationi 

1. Prose composition. 
Becond Term*— 1. Demosthenesj in Philippnnx 

Private reading— Herodotus^ 8 

2. Syntax, by lectures and reoitationi 
\\. Prose composition. 

4. Greek History! 

t.VTKKMKMATK < !. L8fl 

ftrsl Trnn-i. Corner, Iliad. 1 — III. 

Private reading— Isooratesj Panegyrionsi 

L\ Syntax, by lecture- and recitation. 

B, Prose oompoeitiani 
4. Greek Literature. 
>nd Term — L Plato) Apolojrjj Orito* 

Private reading— Euripides^ Al 

2. Syntax, by lecture* and recitation. 

I tose Dompositioni 

■\. Prosody and Metres* 

|] \ tOl DLA8& 

first Term — 1. SopboeleS) Oedipus rex. 
Private reading— Lnciani 

2. Syntax, the l > aratactic Sentence, with an I 
Bition Of the fundamental principles of I 
pai at ire Philology* 

Prose composition* 
I l keek Literature and Antiquities 



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Second Term— 1. JEschylus, Prometheus Vinctus. 
Private reading — Thucydides vii. 

2. Syntax, the Hypotactic Sentence, with an expo- 

sition of the fundamental principles of Compar- 
ative Philology. 

3. Prose composition. 

4. Reading at sight. 

Fur text or reference the following authorities are used : 

Grammars — Goodwin, Curtius, Kuhner, HacUey, Kriiger. 

Histories— Cox, FyfTe, Curtius, Grote. 

Literatures — Jebb, Jevous, Donaldson, 

Geography — Ginn and Heath's Classical Atlas. 

Composition — Boise, Sidgwick. 

Lexicography, Liddell & Scott, Longe. 

In both languages, Geography, Mythology, etc., are taught inci- 
dentally throughout the entire course. 

M. A. Diplomas in Latin and Greek are conferred on candidates 
who have already received the B. A. Diplomas from this Univer- 
sity, or some other University ot recognized standing, and who in 
addition shall have spent at least one year in a special course of 
study. The course will embrace original work in authors duly an- 
nounced. 

The Kentucky Medal for Greek (founded by Bishop Dudley), and 
the Master's Medal for Latin (founded by Eev. Davis Sessnms, M. 
A.), are awarded annually, and are open to undergraduates and 
Bachelors of Arts. 

The examinations are based upon authors announced a year in 
advance, and include everything legitimately involved. 

The authors for 1890 are : 

In Greek, Aristoyhanes, Frogs. 

In Latin. Horace, Satires and Epistles. 

Prizes of books are given tor the best work done in the Junior 
and Intermediate Classes of Latin. 



MODERN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURE. 
Professor Page. 
Instructor Guthrie. 
This School regularly comprises — 
I. French, its Literature, and the History of France. 
II. German, its Literature, and the History of Germany. 
III. Spanish, its Literature, and the History of Spain. 



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A. three yearf course in one of the three Language! is requi 
tor a Diploma leading to Degrees mentioned 17 I s L9. 

r«»r tin* M. a. Diploma special courses arc provided in I 
langnaj 

The University Oonrse begins In Lent Term B 
aooording to standing. 

For admission in( i the Jnnioi I i lonti mu 

throogfa the Preparatory Course or its equivalent 

The regular coarse for French, German and S| anish in divided as 
follows, each class embracing two Term* and meeting three I 
a week : 

FRECNH. 

JUHIOB 0LA48. 

Firs! Term— Keetels 1 Collegiate Grammar, Pylodet'n Litt< ratnre 
Contemporaiue, Keetels' Frenofa Reader, Dictations 
and Exercises, First half Monties' History of Prs 

tnd Term— Second pari Keetels' Grammar, Second pari His- 
tory of France, Bistoriettes Moden 
Examinations on full course at the end of Second 
Term. 
This olasfl prepares students for 

[NTBRMBD1 \'i'i 0LA88. 

First Term — Waterloo (Erokman-Chatrain). Zaire (Voltaire), 
Demogeot'a Textea Classiques, studied and ex- 
plained. 

Ceetels 1 Syntax. 
Extra reading—" Cinq Mar-."' 

>nd Term— Picciols | Saintine). 
Demogeoft Textea. 

Dictations, Original Exercises In both Terms, 
Re iding out of Class— Jeune Homme Pauvre i Fenil- 
Ie1 ). I'n Philosophe sons lea T 3 itre |. 

. the whole course and on the Historj 

M^n\ in the •) unior I 



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First Term— Tartuffe, Demogeot'sTextesClassiques (both Terms) 
Sacs et Parchemins. Harrison's Syntax, Aalnysis 
of Grammar and Origin of the French Language. 
Lectures. 
Extra Beading — Yoltaire's Dramas. 

Second Term — Notes on French Literature, Athalie, Pylodet's Lit 

terature Classique, Historical Grammar Notes, 

French Versification. 

Exercises, Translation and Dictations in both Terms. 

Extra Reading — Jeune Homme Pauvre, and Roman 

d'un Homme brave (About). 
For Graduation — Examination on whole course including History 
of France of the Junior Class. 

GERMAN. 

The scheme of the course in German is precisely the same as in 
French. Text Books are as follows : 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

First Term — Otto's Grammar, Boisen Reader, Noveletten Bib- 
liotheke. 
History of Germany (Menzies). 

Second Term — Review Otto's Grammar, Undine, History of Ger- 
many, 

INTERMEDIATE CLASS, 

First Term — Maria Stuart, Soil und Haben (first volume), Whit- 
ney's Grammar. 

Second Term — Wallenstein, Soil and Haben, Heine's Harz Reise 
(Kilborn edition), History of Germany of Junior 
Olass, 

SENIOR CLASS, 

First Term — Whitney's Grammar, for Reference ; Die Yungfraa 
von Orleans, Aus Meinem Leben (Goethe), 
Extra, Soil und Haben, Minna von Barnhelm, 
Histor : Grammar ^otas-— 



I t, a M- Ifeinein Leben, 'J' 
(i riii i in - z ■ i lays. 

II I ••■■ i .! iiiiur 

and Grammar rired 

for full Graduation 

\ In French, the Examination at the • i 

• M'h i la-- einbraoei whole course of that ol 

SPANISH. 

Boheine lame as French and German, irith i>ut t««\s- obai \ 

jUifioB • i. tea. 

l'ir.-t Term — Cnapp'8 G-rammar. 
Knapp'a Reader. 

id Term— Cabelloro BTovelas, Barrison's ttistorj of Spain, 1 1] l 

i \ i i mi i.i'i a ri. < i. kSS. 

First Term— Cervantes Eistoryol Bpain. 

Practical course ol reading and i 

Second Term— Modern Authors. <> ( : .-tr 

9BHIOB < LABS 

Fir-i Term — Spanish Classics. Cervantes, Lopedi 
deron, 

:d Term — Versification, ESspronoeda, afartinei »l<- la B 

Qistory and Literature. 

Italian is taught when the number <>f applicants warrant- the 
formation of i class. 

For referenoe outside «»t regular Text books: 

■ fc— Braohet's, Bergman's Grama 
oai Dictionary, LittreVs Dictionary, LittreVs Langue I 
Guisotta Synonymes, Ravelaaque Linguistiqn 
Humorists, Demogeotfs, BTisard's French Literature, 

Creutiner'i Fi nohtisisi e Ifetrik, Qui 
works, Atlas Baohette, 

"ii— Grimm's Grammatik, Bop] \ gleiohende I 
matik, Sweet Oarpeuter'i Aug] i Qrammar, Gritnm'i 



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Deutsche Sprache, Klug Etymologisches Worterbuch, Sanded 
gynonymen, Findel's Literature Kurz Literatur Geschichte, Ger- 
Vinus Geschichte> 

Spanish— T)ie%, Sismondi* Gily karate Tesoro del Teatro Espaftol, 
pQndej Cancioneros fispanoleS) Ochoa, etc. 

Medals-^- The Texas Medal for Spanish (founded by Bishop El- 
IJijtt), now donated by the Diocese of "Western Texas, is awarded 
tor special studies in the Spanish language. , 

The YanHoose Medal for German, (founded by Rev. J., A ; Tan 
Hoose, of Alabama). 

The Ruggles* Wright Medal for French (founded by Mrs. E.ng- 
^les- Wright, of JSFew Jersey )> open to members of. the TTniversity 
French Classes. >.#&< < 

The Preparatory Medal, open to the members of Preparatory 
Classes in Modern Languages 



METAPHYSICS, 

Professor Shoup. 

*£he Work in this School covers a period of two years. There are 
four courses of lectures) with parallel reading) embracing the sub- 
jects of Logic> Psychology) History of Philosophy) and Ontology. 
On alternate days, during the Trinity Term of each year, the lec- 
tures are on Logic to those beginning the course, and on the His- 
tory of Philosophy to the more advanced class. During the Lent 
Term, the subjects of Psychology and Ontology alternate with 
each othei\ 

Boots of Reference — Hamilton's, Jevons', Mill's and Whateley's 
works on Logic ; Lotee's Metaphysics, Kant's Critique of Pure 
Reason, Hegel's Logic, Schelling's Transcendental Idealism, Oaird's 
Philosophy of Religion, Stallo's Concepts and Theories of Modern 
Physics, Hamilton's Lectures on Metaphysics, Mill's Examination 
of Hamilton's Philosophy, Cousin's History of Philosophy, Lewes' 
Biographical History of Philosophy, TJeberweg's History of Philos- 
ophy, Morrell's Modern Philosophy, etc. 



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BCftOOL OF KNGU8H 

PEOFXSSOS Tkk.n ;t. 
(a) BjTGLISH \sh AjftEICAH \at\:hmi iu:.—T\n> work of tnfa 

elass will cover four trim-, m follows: l-t. Early Knglista 
Literature; 2nd, Blisabethan Literature; 3rd, BHghteenth 
Century Literature; 4th. Modern Literature. The text-books 
rill be: ICaenrillan't History of BngUsb Literature (4 vols*) 
m far as published j vTard'a Bnglish Poeta {4 rols >. Beers' 
Century of American Litera tur e sod .Ann. id's Manual of 
English Literature, i toll course of private reading win be 
required. 

(fry liiii-: r«»Ki< •. — This offlftfl Will UOtTtfuHS for tWO t.Tnrs. gnd Rill 

use Genung's Practical Rhetorfo, Cfenung'i Banelbepi of 
Rhetorical Analysis, and Spencer's Philosophy of Btyle, 
Essays will be required*, and it fa hoped that (he stucfonts will 
take up the eoarse in Bnglisb Literature before applying fbi 
admission to the class. 
(c) BifGiisH Lamuacfi* — This course will be subject to private 

arrangement between the Professor and the rlas>. Two term- 

are devoted to the work. Text books are : ! sder, 

Dr. Iforrisla Speeinrane of Barry English, and others lo bean 
aouoeed later, 

BCHOOL OF HISTORICAL SCIENCE 
Aurora Paorassoa Tiu»nt. 

{a I Political Bhconomy. — The war* of this class wilfeoter I 
trnns. W Biker's Political Economy (brief course) and hi 
<rrain's Bistory of Political Economy will be the text*booka 
Student* arc required to have passed the examinations set in 
general history before entering either Aria clans at tbi els 
Polities ; bol the Rrofessoi reserves the rnrftt of dispensing 
with this requirement. 

fjb) Poimcs.— ^Thfe class will continue for two terms, and will 
nse the following text-books \ Bruntsoali's Theory of the Stater 
and Po]]ook r s Bptory of Politics. (Trinity Term): BagehotV 
English Constitution, Prison - Congressional Sovernmenl 
Baoy's*Gar*€foveramen1 and Johnston's American Politic^ 
Lent Tnm. | The attention of students intending la itadj 
law Is Invited te Ibis elasw 



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GfcftfcRAt History.— The work of this class will cover two 
terms. Questions of constitutional history are reserved, as a 1 
rule, for the class in Politics \ and a little more of a survey of 
the main facts In the history of Culture is attempted, The* 
following te£t-books will form a basis for work J Keary's Dawrt 
of History, Sayce's " Ancient Empires of toe East," Cox'd 
"General History of Greece," Abridgment of Mommsen, 
Abridgment of Gibbon, Bryce's "Holy Roman Empire/' <fec/ 



MOftAL SCIENCE AND EVIDENCES 0E CHRIS- 
TlANlTt, 

The course required In this School, for any one of the Bachelors 
l)egrees extends ovei* one year. The Instruction is Almost exclu- 
sively by lectures, the students being' examined frequently in 
writing upon all the Important points discussed/ and the aim being' 
not only scientific but practical, 

Moral Science occupies the Trinity fefm and Evidences of Chris* 
tianity the Lent Term, Lectures in each three times a week. 

JW the ^taster's Diploma an additional year's tvork is required/ 
with Aristotle's ftichomacbsean Ethics as the basis of the instruct 
tion. 

"Works principally Used i In Moral Science— A list otters Ethics, 
Bishop Sutler's "Works, Stewart's Active and Moral Powers, Jouf- 
froy's Ethics, Herbert Spencers Bata of Ethics, Janet's Ethics, 
Lot#e's Practical Philosophy. In Evidences of Christianity '^Thtf 
tisual works on Evidences/ and especially Butler's Analogy, 



ffitsics. 

AvriM PftoFfcssofr Sflouft 
this' School embraces the subjects of Mechanics, Acoustics, Op* 



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I atronomy. it is expected LI at the M ndei 
romplished n lull course <•( ptirn Ifalhen • teriug it 

■ 1 Id cnllT (die \ 

Bonks I Peck's Mechanic*, Detrhanei's Natural Philosophy, 
\ itronomj . I? nrtlett's s , : 1 1 • • i |cnl \ \\ >mb'l 

Astroi i 



w \ riu;\i.\Th'> 

- M ii ii 

i in- School Pinhraces three classes with daily recitations 111 

I'acli c 

following in the order of studies] with h lis! of th< 
hook H ! 

i in to it cLABti 

Geometry <>t -pare nml rolnmej embraced In Books \ I. VII 
um.l \ III ; Modern Geometry, with Discussion of Transn 
the discretion of the Professor) Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical i 

i i.-Mi im \ i i CLASS 

Di'scri pit rd Gdometry j Discnssion of tin- General Equation ot 
• 5< i d D grce ; Nature and Theory of Logarithms j Then 
Equations, embracing Sturm's Theorem] etd 

SKftJOB CLASS 

Analytical (HM.iiichy D H i tial and Integral Cafoto1tts< with 
applications to Mathematics and Astronomy* 

Text Bi Peck's Ugebraj Wentwortb i Algebra^ Geometry 

an. i Trigonometry Church's Descriptive Qeometr; Wehtworth's 
Analytical G Peck's Differential and rntegral Calculns. 

Kor admission into the Junior < student is required t<» 

the examination of the lottith Form "<* the Grammar School, 
i quivalent 
meed courses nro rccidnmchded tti 



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uates, candidates for Honors ■ adapted in each case to the w or] 
proposed for himself by the graduate. 



CIVIL ENGINEERING. 

Professor Shotjp. 



It is expected that students shall have accomplished a full course 
of pure Mathematics, Mechanics, Acoustics and Optics, Astronomy. 
Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology before entering this School. 
With good preparation in these subjects, the course of Civil En- 
gineering proper can be fairly accomplished in one year. 

During the First Term, instruction, theoretical and practical, is 
given in Shades, Shadows and Perspective, Land Surveying, Plat- 
ting the Survey, Calculating the Content by methods of* Tri angula- 
tion aud Latitude and Departure, in Laying out and Dividing up 
Land, etc.; upon the Construction of Roads and Railways, Location 
of Simple and Compound Curves, and problems relating to same ; 
Turnouts; Leveling; Calculation of the Earth- work ; Tracing of 
Contour Lines, etc. 

The student is taught practically the adjustments and use of the 
Transit, Theodolite and Compass, and the methods of locating Tan- 
gents and Curves. Drawing is taught practically throughout the 
course. 

Text Books — Searles' Field Book of Engineering, and Gillespie's 
Land Surveying. 

Books of Reference — Trautwine on Railway Curves, Shunk on 
Railway Curves, Henck's Field Book for Engineers, Trautwine's 
Pocket Book for Engineers. 

During the Second Term the stuay of the Properties of Building- 
Materials is prosecuted; the Strength of Materials, Masonry, 
Framing, Stone and Wooden Bridges, Arches, etc. 

Text Books — Wheeler's Civil Engineering, Rankine's Civil Engi- 
neering. 

Upon passing satisfactory examinations the student is entitled to 
the diploma of C. E. 

Examinations are given at the close ot each term. 



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THEORETICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL CHEMISTRY. 

Profbssoi Pi r, 

in this School of I 'hemistry the course of lecture* and Laboratory 
work extend through five terms, the general labjeota being divided 

a^ folloWfl : 

First Term— Chemical Physics Keat, Light, Electricity, Hag 

netisuo). 

Second Terui — Gtoueral Chemistry, with experimental work In 
Laboratory. 

Third Term — General Chemistry continued, Chemical Philosophy, 
Qualitative a oalysis. 

Fourth Term — Organic Chemistry, Qualitative Analysis. 

Fifth Term — Quantitative Analysis. 

a course of lectures, explaining and amplifying the different 
subjects, is delivered each term. Recitations arc required rrora the 

text and lecture-. 

The Laboratory work i6 under the constant personal supervision 

of the Professor, and every student is expected t<> understand and 
explain each experiment as he performs it. 
Written examinations are given at the close of each term. 

A final examination for the Diploma in Chemistry of tic 
M. S.. will he iriven twenty day> before the dose of either term. 

students will he required to give notice at the beginning of the 

term of their intention to apply for this < xanunation at it- dose. 

The examination for the Degree oi B. a. will include Chemical 
Physics and Ueueral Chemistry. 
For the Degree of 0. F.. in addition to requirements for B. a. 

one term in (Qualitative Analy>is. 

The examination for the Degree of P.. s. will include, besides the 
above, Qualitative Chemical Analysis and Organic Chemistry. 

For the Degree of II. 8. >kill in Qualitative and Quantitative 
Analysis without regard to time, besides .more advanced work on 

the entire subject 

In the lectures in this School art* embraced all the latest ad 

vances in Chemical and Physical Science. Text books used during 
Gage's Elements ol Physios, Etemsen's introduction 
to the Study of Chemistry, Ktemsen's Laboratory Manual, i: 
Organic Chemistry, Remsen*s Theoretical Chemistry, B 



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stein's Qualitative Analysis, Presenilis' Quantitative Analysis, 
There are a number of larger works kept in the Laboratory for 
reference. As it is impossible to compress within a text book the 
subjects of the course, students are advised to use the following 
works for reference : Elements of Chemistry, Miller; Roscoe & 
Schorlemer's Text-book of Chemistry; Agricultural Chemistry, 
Johnson; A Manual of Qualitative Chemical Analysis, Fresenius; 
A Manual of Quantitative Chemical Analysis, Fresenius; Blchter's 
General and Organic Chemistry. 



GEOLOGY AND MINERALOGY. 
Acting Profkssor Piggot. 

In the School of Geology and Mineralogy the course of instruc- 
tion is continued, through two terms. The first term is devoted to 
Physiographic, Lifchological, Dynamical, and Historical Geology. 
The instruction is chiefly by lectures, illustrated by specimens and 
fossils from the entire series of Geological formations. The text 
used is Dana's Text Book of Geology. 

The second Term is devoted chiefly to Crystallographic, Chem- 
ical and Descriptive Mineralogy. 

The secend Term of the course is open only to students who have 
completed the subjects of Chemical Physics and Inorganic Chem- 
istry. A good collection of Minerals illustrates the instruction in 
this branch, Dana's Mineralogy is the text book used. 

Graduation in both ot the above courses entitles the student to a 
Diploma in the School of Geology and Mineralogy. Graduation in 
either one of the courses entitles the student to a Certificate ot Pro- 
ficiency in that course. 

A certificate in the School of Botany will be required of students 
applying for the Diploma of Geology and Mineralogy. 

Instruction in practical Geology in the field is given during the 
Trinity Term. 

Students are advised to use the following works for reference : 

Text Book of Geology, Geikie; Principles of Geology, Lyell; 
Elements of Geology, Lyell; Manual of Geology, Dana; Antiquity 
of Man, Lyell; Great Ice Age, Geikie; Climate and Time, Croll; 
Manual of Quantitative Chemical Analysis, Fresenius; Manual of 
Qualitative Chemical Analysis, Fresenius; Government and State 
Geological Reports. 



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BOTANY. 

\< i i\(, PBOFBSSOI K FEB1 SMITH. 

The oourse oi instruction extendi through two term*. BtudenU 
are received who have been prepared In the Bohoo] ofChem 

Bastin' Blemi ata of Botany with Qray'fl ICannal and Sti 
and Systematic Botany are used asthe guides to the course. Saoh'fl 
Morphological and Physiological Botany and land 1 table 

Kingdom should be in the hands of students for The 

work of the Lent Term inolndes lectures on Vegetable Physiol* 
L r y, Laboratory work rod the collection of an Herbarium. 



COMMENCE AND TRADE, 

I ET81 !M < i OB ICoKBLLAE. 

This course includes lectures on Commercial Law and Banking; 
and practical Instruction in Oommeroia] Arithmetic and i; 
keeping, 

Books for Btudy and reference: Towsend'fl Oommi 

Smith's Mercantile Law, Vattol's Ijawof Nations. Blackstone's and 

Cent's CommentarieSj Bouvier's Law Dictionary, Caruthers 1 His- 
tory of a Law Suit, Oode of Tennessee. 



ELOCUTION. 

The Instruction seeks . 

I. To train the Organs of Voioe. 
1 1. To imparl an appropriate Del itctj 
in. To oultlvate taste in Eteading, 

There are constant exeroisesin Axtioulation and Gestures; and 
frequent praotioe is given in Declamation, Eteoitation and Beading. 

Booki for study and reference i Fenno'a E&looution, B 
ture of 7oioe, Brooks 1 Manual of Eteading and ■locution, and B 
iker. 
A Medal, lbuudud by Bishop Lyman, of North. Carolina, is offered 
for Declamation, six competitors an appointed by the 
l'ai'uity. and the annual contest U hold on the evening of 1': 
hut: Ooromenoement Day, 



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MILITARY DEPARTMENT. 

Second Lieut. W. P. Stone, U. S. Army, Commandant. 

This Department is in charge of an officer of the army, detailed 
for the purpose by the President of the United States, and was es- 
tablished to give the younger students the benefit of the discipline 
and exercise of drill. Special efforts are made to give every boy 
an erect carriage and good bearing. 

Gownsmen and special students are exempt from duty in this de- 
partment, but all Juniors and Grammar School students must be 
provided with a uniform/ and attend drill, unless excused by the 
Vice-Chancellor or Surgeon, 

There are five drills per week—four of infantry and one of artillery. 
There is also a class lor the instruction of officers and non-commis- 
sioned officers in tactics and military duties. Any student is al- 
lowed to attend this class. 

The Cadets are organized into a battalion of three companies oi 
from thirty to forty men each, and officered by Cadets selected 
from those distinguished for soldierly qualities and proficiency in 
drill and tactics. 

OFFICERS. 

Staff. 

Adjutant IX H. Hamilton, Jr »..:»• North Carolina 

Sergeant-Major A. R. Wrenn . . Georgia 

Color-Sergeant J. B . "Wilder ........ Kentucky 

Company A. 

Capt. F. E. Shoup. . ....Tennessee 

First Lieut. W. B. Lowe, Jr Georgia 

Second Lieut. J. M. Frierson Tennessee 

Company B. 

Capt. R. C. Hayden..,. Florida 

Mrst Lieut. W. G. Brown Alabama 

Second Lieut. W. G . Robertson Texas 

Company C 

Capt. S. J. Rose ....... ^ . . Kentucky 

First Lieut. J. A. Austin Tennessee 

Second Lieut. A. L. Kirk Mississippi 

Second Lieut. A. Y. Scott ...Mississippi 



-i.w \ \ BE LIGHT LRT1LLERT 

Thii ii b rolonteer battery, organised sod managed by the >fn- 
dents, hut Qnder tbe control of the authorities. The gone need are 
iJ-in. field rifles, and are supplied by tbe United States, if drills 
in artillery once a week, and neeta to perfect its m< mben in toe 
school of tbe battery dismounted. The battery owns a complete 
camping outfit, and during the rammer In allowed to g<» into rainy 
.•it some convenient place, for foar days. 

onfoaaa 

Capt. B. J, Rose stentnekj 

First Unit. \. v. Scott Hiss 

ind Unit, v. u Coyle Loaisiana 

I). H. EABf&TOf, .Ir.. 
First Lieut and Cadet \diutant 



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The Grammar School. 



Master \ 
JOHK GADSDEN/ M. A. 

Assistants. 
W. B. KAUTS, M. A. W. B. HALL, M. A, 

W. H. MOKELLAK. E, H. ROWELL. 

The course of studies for the Grammar School em- 
braces such branches as are usually pursued by boys be- 
tween the ages of twelve and sixteen. 

Applicants for admission must be able to spell, read, 
and write, and be well grounded in Arithmetic as far as 
Decimals ; they should also have some knowledge of 
Geography and History, 

Grammar School Students looking to a University De- 
gree, should specify such degree upon entrance, in or- 
der that their studies may receive the proper direction. 
Where no degree is indicated,, the instruction aims to 
lay the best foundation for any general or special course 
in the University, or for business, 

The Instruction is preparatory to the Junior classes of 
the University \ and in the higher classes of the Grammar 
School the methods of work and discipline accord with 
the University system. Over the younger students the 
authorities maintain a constant personal supervision, 



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nls are awarded anuually in the following Depart* 
men! 

Church Catechism i rounded by the ^ice-Chancellor, 

Old Testament History) founded by the Rt< Rev. the 
Bishop of East Carolina. 

\<- Testament History^ founded by the Grammar 

School. 

I. <niit % Founded i>\ the Rev, J< A. Van Boose, 

(,)'ni\ rounded by the Rt. Rev, the Bishop of fx>uls- 

i a n a . 

Mathematics ) U)\w\(W(\ by the Rev, R< B. Grubb. 
Modern Languages^ founded by Prof, l\ M. Page 
"Declamation) founded by the Grammar School, 
In this Department^ the Terms, Vacation, and Expense* 

arc. a! present, identical with those of the Diversity. 
A Literary Society, the Sigma Pi. and a Library 86- 

leeted with a special view to the younger student, are 

connected with the Grammar school. 

The exerci$Q8 of this Society are held weekly, and 
consist of Dechiination. Original ESssaysj Reading ami 
Debate- 
Only Grambiar School students ate eligible to mem- 
bership; and they are elected by ballot. 



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SCHEDULE OF STUDIES. 



ENGLISH. 

English Language. — This branch occupies six terms — three 
years. 

Text-Books: ... 

First Term — Swinton's Word Book. " Graded Lessons in Eng- 
lish," (Reed & Kellogg). 

Second Term — Swinton's Word Book. " Graded Lessons in Eng- 
lish " completed. Letter Writing. 

Third Term — Swinton's Word Book. ''Higher Lessons in Eng- 
lish," (Reed & Kellogg). Short compositions; 

Fourth, Term — Dictation. "Higher Lessons^ in English" com- 
pleted. Compositions weekly. ■ ■.■>■■... 

Fifth Term— Gilbert's Test Speller. Kellogg's Rhetoric. Com- 
positions weekly. ., „ 

Sixth Term— Gilbert's Test Speller. Kellogg's Rhetoric com- 
pleted. Laws of Rhetoric applied in the writing of compositions. 

History. — This branch occupies eight terms — four years. 
Text-Books : 

First Term— U. S. History. 

Second Term — Montgomery's Leading Facts in Eug. His. 
Third Term— " " " " " com. 

" " — " " " in French His. begun. 

Fourth Term— " " " " " com. 

Fifth Term— Myers' Ancient History, 1st Part. 
Sixth Term— " " " 2d Part. 

Seventh Term " " Med. & Mod., 1st Part. 

Eighth Term '• " " " 2d Part. ,■ 



5G 

Qboobaphi — This occupies three terms, with Physics In fourth 
term. 

Text Books: 

I rsl Term— Maun - Manual. 
SeOOIld Term —Maury's Manual. 

Third Term — Maury'* Physical. 
Fourth Term I lege'n Phj 

Exercises in writing continued through four terms a( least* 

M AT II i: M LTIOS 

Vbhablb's Practical akmiimktii'. — The instruction in thii 
branch occupies three terms, the work being distributed as folh 

First Term — Beginning with Common Fractions, as a review, 
and extending through Decimal Fractious, 

Second Term — Beginning with Denominate lumbers, and 
tending through Interest. 

Third Term — The completion uf the text, together with a final 

review of the \\ hole Sllhjeet. 

Stoddard's Mental Arithmetic. — Students possessing a 
cient knowledge of Practical Arithmetic are thoroughly drilled in 
thw Important branch. 

Shoup's Algbbra. — The inst met ion m this branch extends 

through tud terms. 

First Term— Add tion, Subtraction, Ifultiplication and Division 
of Algebraic Quantities, Factoring, involution and Evolution. 

Second Term — The completion of the text, and solution ol Bqua- 
t ions selected from various sources. 

Wrhtworth's I Ibombtry.— ■ Occupies but one term* and extends 
through the firsl five books. 

COMMERCE AND TRADE. 

Text Books: 

Crittenden's Commercial Arithmetic and Bryant's Nei Stand 
Elementary Book keeping. 

The former Is taught in Lent Term of each year, the latter in 
Trinity Term* 



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ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 
Latin. — This branch occupies six terms — three years. 
Text-Books: 

First Term — Gildersleeve's Latin Primer. 

Second Term— Gildersleeve's Latin Primer, Gildersleeve's Latin 
Exercise Book. 

Third Term— Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar, Gildersleeve's Latin 
Exercise Book, Gildersleeve's Latin Reader. 

Fourth Term— Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar, Gildersleeve's Latin 
Exercise Book, Gildersleeve's Latin Reader. 

Fifth Term— Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar, Gildersleeve's Latin 
Exercise Book, Allen's Latin Reader. 

Sixth Term— Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar, Gildersleeve's Latin 
Exercise Book, Virgil, Creighton's History of Rome. 

Greek,-— This branch occupies six terms — three years, 

First Term — Harkness' First Greek Book. 

Second Term — Harkness' First Greek Book, 

Third Term— Goodwin's Greek Grammar, White's Greek Les- 
sons, Goodwin's Xenophon's Anabasis. 

Fourth Term— Goodwin's Greek Grammar, White's Greek Les- 
sons, Goodwin's Selections from Xenophon and Herodotus. 

Fifth Term — Goodwin's Greek Grammar, Goodwin's Greek Read- 
er, Sidgwiek's First Greek "Writer. 

Sixth Term — Goodwin's Greek Grammar, Sidgwick's First Greek 
Writer, Goodwin's Greek Reader, Fyffe's History of Greece, 

MODERN LANGUAGES. 

French.— The course of instruction is continued through two 
terms. 

First Term — KeetePs Elementary French Grammar. 
Second Term — KeetePs Collegiate French Grammar. 

German.— The course of instruction is continued through two 
Serins. 

First Term— Cook 7 s Otto's German Grammar. 
Second Term — Cook's Otto's German Grammar-, Evans 7 Otto's 
German Reader. 



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Si'anjmi. — Preparatory instruction in Spanish [g given by the 
Professor of ICodern Languages Id tin- University. 

8 LORBD >ti DIBfi 

Bverj student of the Grammar School Is required to take this 
Donne. 

ired Studies are taught both by Lectures and text books. 
The oonrse extend- through five terms, 

Kir>t Term— The Ohuroh Oateohism. 

Second Term— Macleans Manual of old Testament History. 
Third Term — ICaolear'fl Manual of old Testament History. 

Fourth Term— Maclear's Manual of New Testament History. 

Sixth Term— ICaolear'fl .Manual of New Testament History. 



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Register of Students. 



THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT. 

Theological Students prior to the complete organization of the 
Theological Department : 

1873. Thomas S. Morris . . . . . . - - . Texas 

1874. Innis 0» Adams . . . Alabama 

C. M. Gray...... ....Tennessee 

John Kershaw South Carolina 

W. G. W. Smith .Connecticut 

1875. D. F. Hoke........ Alabama 

Milnor Jones . . Alabama 

Y. W. Shields .. . Mississippi 

J. A. YanHoose, B. Lt . - .Alabama 

1876. Win. Klein England 

1877. J. H. F. LaRoche South Carolina 

D.W.Shaffer............ Tennessee 

A. M. Whitten .. .. Texas 

1878. This year the Theological Department was fully organized, 

and was located as a distinct school in St. Luke's Hall. 

F. A. DeRossett, M. A North Carolina 

Stewart McQueen . Alabama 

€. B» Hudgins ........ ... Yirginia 

C. B. Leman.... ...Georgia 

W. D. Powers . . Yirginia 

1879. H. B. Dean......... Texas 

H. A. Grantham England 

Yardry McBee, M. A North Carolina 

A. Prentiss . South Carolina 

Davis Sessums, M. A Texas 

W. G. G. Thompson..... .... England 

1880. A. Bisland Louisiana 

John Gass South Carolina 

N. B. Harris.. Mississippi 



I 880. ED. D, .limy . \1 IMppj 

B w King South Carolina 

Peroj Webber, Rev M - u 

L881, \s . T Men, i;.-v Virginia 

l.'. W! Barnwell, B. \ $oui Ca nlina 

IfcN. DqBom B, B - nlina 

W. i;. Dye 

R. B, Grobb fi I okj 

M. ft Martin 

a. R, Taylor B gland 

1882 \. B Cornish Sooth Carolina 

I W. < Griffin M 

Roland Bale England 

J. a. Harris Ilfeaiaftippl 

A. R. Ifitehell Sooth Carolina 

II. 0. Pegue* Mississippi 

II. <>. Riddel m I- tobaeettfl 

William Sharpe fingland 

R. c Toung Bngland 

188& .1. r. Pinlaj Smith Carolina 

6. 0. Smith Kentuokj 

L884. 3. W. Watson M 

T. I>. Bratton Booth Carolina 

C. II B. Turner, Kef Flo 

8 B IfoGlohon Team 

C. T, Wright Tense 

J. & Glass South Carolina 

1885. 6. L Crockett, B. LI T< 

W. A. (iucny. M. a Smith Carolina 

R. H. Peters flfentnckj 

T. 0. Rirel] Pennsyh i 

C. P. 8ooMeld Tenne 

I . i . Steel K< 

L886. W. Sk 8, Atnimv I 

W IT. (';iv;in;iL r ii 

• i i: ii. GalbraUB [reland 

I' - M I ..irliind HaSS lOBOSettf 

R. M II impbreyi I 

K. I >. Ilorei o . . Florida 

Arthur H. Noll. , , . fefexicor 



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IftjiB. J. J. P. Petty. , « ............... Ireinfici 

1887. Matt. A. D. Brewster ...... ...... .. Texa* 

B. E< L.- Craig ................................. Kentucky 

Quincy E wing ...... . ... ................... . . ... Louisiana 

0. T. Porch er, M. A . . . . ......... t * South Carolina- 
Edgar G. Murphy .............................. Texas 

1888. tt. M. W. Black............ ............. ...... ..Georgia 

H. M. Bum bell .......................... ......Tennessee 

W. M. Guthrie.... ........................ ..Scotland 

J. J. B. Hall ................................... Alabama 

Ai C< Johnes...... .............. ........ ....Alabama 

W. T. Manning . ............................... California 

1889. B, T. Beatty Alabama 

Wvhi W. Blatchford ....................... South Carolina 

John Fearnley .................... ......... Kentucky 

Geo. T.. Griffith New York 

Edward M cCrady ......................... South Carolina 

W. H. McKellar . . ........................ South Carolina 

Hudson Stuck .............. . .Texaa 

B< B< Wilcox,... „....,..,...,...,<....,,.. ».Jew York 



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Register ot University Students, i88g. 



THEOLOGIC Lt BT1 DBKTfl 

Beatty, I>. Troy — Uabama 

Blaok, Robert U Gen 

Blatchford, Wnii "W 3 ith Carolina 

BrewBterj Matt A. D T< 

Cavanagh, \v. B Kentucky 

Craigj K«>i>t . i;. L I Cent 

Dambellj H. M Trnni'sscc 

Swing, Qainoy .Louisiana 

I-Varnlry. John B 

Griffith, Geo. T 

Manning] W in . T < Salifornia 

\i< I Irady, Bdward South Carolioa 

lleKellar W. n Booth Carolina 

m bdo B. D Florida 

Iforpbj . ESi Q Ti 

Perry, John James P.. » i Ireland 

Porcher, Octavins Theodore, M. a Booth Carolina 

Btnckj Etadaoo '!'• 

Wilcox, 8. D Wei Fori 



POST-GRADE \ti> 

ii.iii. William Bonnell, M. a Uatu 

Jonen, Sanson Weema, B» a ..Loo 



SPEC! \ L STUDENTS 

: tott, 11.11 ■ - Indiana 

1 1 : i i i G< I II leoorl 



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GOWNSMEN. 

Baley, PinckDey F California 

Ball, Isaac South Carolina 

Barnwell, "Walter Tennessee 

*Beatty, Daniel Troy Alabama 

Blake, Frank Polk Louisiana 

Boucher, Augustus Louisiana 

Brook, William Dark Louisiana 

Butt, Archibald Willingham Georgia 

Cocke, Charles Pollard Virginia 

Coyle, Charles Goodrich Louisiana 

Coyle, Francis Langing Louisiana 

DuBose, William Haskell South Carolina 

Elliott, John Barnwell, Jr Louisiana 

Fields, David Blackstone Texas 

Gadsden, Paul Trapier South Carolina 

Graham, Harry Hardeman Tennessee 

Guthrie, William Norman Scotland 

Higgins, Claude Chamberlaine Texas 

Holmes, Wilmot Stewart South Carolina 

Johnson, Flournoy Carter Georgia 

Lovell, Joseph Mansfield Mississippi 

Mattair, Lewis Henry Florida 

* McCrady, Edward South Carolina 

McClelland, John James Tennessee 

McCutchen, Harvey Slaughter Kentucky 

Milton, George Fort Tennessee 

Morris, James Craik Kentucky 

Nelson, Edward Bridge Michigan 

Nelson, James Marston Michigan 

Purnell, Frank M Mississippi 

Quirk, Daniel Lase Michigan 

Kobertson, William Clendennen Texas 

Rowell, Ernest Howard Maine 

Shields, Wilkins Benoist. Mississippi 

Shipp, Julian Lee Tennessee 

Slack, William Samuel Louisiana 

Smith, Houston Thomas Tennessee 

Tucker, Louis Alabama 



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I . William Douglas. tfo* York 

Wright, Anton p 

i i anaferred to Theological Depart merit, 



JUNIORS 

w, Roratio Bearne 

Aiken, William Browuwell 

Arlniokle, Thomas I laal leton 1 

Armstrong, Richard Felii I 

.\ a* tin, John a l«'\ i 

Beadles, James Nicholson, Jr Keutncky 

Berry, 1 K • - James 

Berry, Thoma* 

Billing*1ey, I Diaries Edward Ifiaaiatdppl 

B iklock, a lex, Gal pi o X 

Blake, Daniel South Carolina 

Blanohard, Neltfoti CalvH U taippi 

Boat wick, William lloreaa 

Brown, William Gayle 

Back, Raudolpb M idn ippi 

Campbell, Barry » tacky 

Cant rell, William Armoor Lrkan8as 

Rny Pro*ton Tennc 

Green Ilieaouri 

Clayton. Edgar Lyman I 

Cleveland, Alexander Beaantns I 

Cleveland, William Davis 

Cocke, Philip si. George . . Virginia 

Cotten, Ash bell Lee 

Courts, Riohard Winn Tniiu'SMT 

ly, Joaiafa Praxier i 

ing, Charles W Ken''. 

Diamoke*, Jamet Taj lor. Kentooky 

Dotaon, John Spenaer T«'iim-»rr 

Barle, Bayliss Drayton ... S rollna 

Elliott, J<»aeph Soger 

Elmore, Charles Wickwire 

Ford, Charles Bickham ... 



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Port, Kufus Elijah Tennessee 

Frierson, Morgan Tennessee 

Garrard, Joseph Bacon Mississippi 

Gaston, Robert Kirkpatrick Texas 

Glass, Charles Lewis Texas 

Glass, George Henry Texas 

Graham, Samuel Lawrie, Jr Tennessee 

Green, Abner E Mississippi 

Hall, Arthur Bell .. Alabama 

Hamilton, Daniel Hey ward North Carolina 

Hammond, James Munro Tennessee 

Harris, Henry Canova Mississippi 

Hart, Benjamin Lyon . Texas 

Haskell, Charles Hey ward South Carolina 

Hawkins, Lewis Herring Mississippi 

Hay den, Reuben Cone Florida 

Hearne, Lorenzo Dial Texas 

Henderson, Hunt Louisiana 

Hey ward, Nathaniel South Carolina 

Hodgson, George Wilmer Georgia 

Horlbeck, "William Christopher South Carolina 

Howard, E wing Fax Mississippi 

James, William Thomas Kentucky 

Johnston, William Hooper Alabama 

Jones, Franklin Elmore Alabama 

Jones, George Mason Alabama 

Jones, Marshall Bird Alabama 

Kirby-Smith, Reynold Marvin Tennessee 

Kirk, Albert Leonidas Mississippi 

Leary , William Merri wether Alabama 

Lettellier, Edward Winston Michigan 

Lewis, John...„ Alabama 

Lincoln, Charles Knox Arkansas 

Lindsay, William Leslie Texas 

Lowe, William Bell, Jr Tennessee 

Moore, Rittenhouse Randolph Alabama 

Moore, Thomas Channing Florida 

Morris, John Morton Kentucky 

Nelson, Frank Texas 

£Tichol 9 William Lytle ..,. Tennessee 



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Northrop, JohnMygatl Kentucky 

Pattlson, [saac C Mississippi 

Perry, Jennings Waring South Carolina 

Philips, Joseph 'i 

Phillips, Prank Pieroe . - Florida 

Poppleetone, Lewis Bollei Tenne 

Ramsey, Prank Alexander Indiana 

Etathbnrn, William Daniel Tenne 

Etiohardson, Castle Kentucky 

Rose, Sam n i is James Kentucky 

Sargene, James Findlay Ohio 

Scott, a lexander Forger Mississippi 

Beeligson, William A.ugier T( 

Bhepard, Thomas Harrison North Carolina 

Bhonp, Praneis BUiotl Tenns 

Sims, Baton Eitridge Louisiana 

Bledge, N*orfleet Panning M isslssippj 

Bnowden, Mason Loois 

Stanton. David Brandon .. Mississippi 

Btarke, John William Florida 

starley. William Fletcher Te 

Stewart, Floyd Mississippi 

stickney. Bdward Leonidas Uabamq 

StOQt, Harry Donney Florida, 

Temple, Morris Bngene - Tennc 

Thomas. Lewis Collins Mississippi 

Thomas. Walter Lord Louisiana 

Chi. David EDdwin : Michigan 

Whit taker, J Jen jam in Beniy Kentucky 

Wbitthome, William Jervis Tenne 

Wilde. Arthur Wilson New Jei 

Wilson, BUwood Pennsylvania 

Woo. en, John Lawnes Tenne 

Wrenn, en Robert Trniie. 



SRAMMAB school. 

Adam>. Samuel .lames Texas 

.-."]], William Brownlow Teni.. 

Armstrong, Morton Kentucky 



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A^ctelott, George Cortner .. .Tennessee 

Bailey, James LaKoche South Carolina 

Baird, James Madison . Mississippi 

Barziza, Philip Dorsey ...... .. Texas 

Benedict, Robert.... .. .... .. Florida 

"Berry, Thomas..... Georgia 

* Blacklock, Alexander Gal pin , Tennessee 

Bonner, Eugene Benton.... ...... Texas 

Cannon, John Brown ... . ......... Tennessee 

Chapman, John Adams. «. Illinois 

Clark, John . . . . Indiana 

*Clay ton, Edgar Lyman ...... Georgia 

Cliffe, Daniel Bonaparte .............. Tennessee 

Cocke, Paul Lee Tirginia 

*Cocke, Philip St. George Tirginia 

Coleman, Villiam Evan...... Missouri 

Colmore> Lionel Henry. .Tennessee 

Cotten, Benjamin Wright... ..Texas 

Crownover, Arthur ..Tennessee 

Dismukes, George Woodson .... Florida 

Dorwart, Walker Byrne .... Mississippi 

'Dotson, Rufus Solomon.... ...Tennessee 

DuBose, Robert Marion, Jr... — ..Tennessee 

t)unlap, Charles Walters Alabama 

*Earle, Bayless Drayton South Carolina 

Sidgar, Allen Boyce .Missouri 

Egleston, William Isaac, -. South Carolina 

JEgleston, William Isaac, Jr.. .... ...... .. ...Alabama 

^Elliott, Joseph Huger... . .. Louisiana 

Elliott, Robert Barnwell Texas 

*Faison, James Rhodes...... .-...Texas 

Fargo, Joseph Chester .. ....Georgia 

Fellman, Alphonse.. ...... ....Texas 

iFellman, Louis „ Texas 

Ferguson, Harry Lee. * Mississippi 

Fishburne, Frank Chalmers South Carolina 

Fitzgerald, Edwin Tennessee 

*Ford, Charles Bickham ...Louisiana 

% Fort, Rufus Elijah .Tennessee 

Oipson, William Thomas Tennessee 



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ink Bngene - T. 

Green, Ralston Fleming m 

Gaerry, LeGrand 

Hamilton, Loyd Logan Kemtaoky 

Bamman, I X 

Banna, Robert 

♦Hart, Benjamin Lyon i . 

Haskell, I lharles Heyward Booth OaroHna 

"II a -Kim I. Jamei Heyward Booth Carolina 

II LWkhlB, .Foil 11 f);t\ is |jppj 

'I' irne, Joseph Leonard 

" Seal ii«'. Lorenso Dial 

Hearne, William Oarlington 

' i !••; ward, \ athaniel Sooth Carolina 

Milliard. Myron Kentucky 

Hodgson, George Winter Georgia 

Hopkins. Arthur Moaely Tonne 

Howard, Swing Poi nfistttasippi 

Jackson, M icajah Rows Louisiana 

Jacob, Hon aid. Jv Kentucky 

Johnson, Sebastian King Georgia 

Johnston, Edward Douglas Dabama 

Jones, Edward Elmore 'I 

p, Harsh all Hairston U 

Kimball, John Bryant Florida 

* Kirby-Smirh. Reynold Marvin Tennei 

Kirbv-Smith. William Seldon Teiim- 

Lintbienm, Daniel Anthony \rk ai 

Look, George Thomas Louisiana 

London. William Lord North Carolina 

Loomia, Charles rook Kentucky 

" m Heal, Albert Thomas, Jr - 1 

Hitler, Dennis Long Kentucky 

■fillet, Paul IN 

Hoi ■■• ery, William Heddens Mississippi 

MoiitjM\ p Gideon Liddelle M 

.. \lelvilie Manry I NOUrJ 

'M.'iri-. Jobfl M'Ttf.n Knit 

• irlei Blokbam 

Noble*. Alfred Ro tl Li 



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Koble, William Henry Texas 

O'Conner, Thomas . Tennessee 

Oliver, Thomas Winfice . . . Alabama 

Palmer, Frank I) wight . . ...... Georgia 

Palmer, Joseph . Georgia 

Pease, Frederick Irving.... .-.Michigan 

* Perry, Jennings Waring..-* South Carolina 

Peters, Lindsay . . . . Georgia 

Peters, Thomas, Jr . . - . - Georgia 

Phelan, William Hunt.... . ... Tennessee 

"Philips, Joseph...... ..Teni.essee 

"Phillips, Frank Pierce...... .... ....Florida 

Pippen, Joseph Powell Korth Carolina 

Pippen, William Mayo. . . . ...................... .North Carolina 

Priddy, Marc Cheek .............. Tennessee 

Pryor, Andrew Washington., ........................ .Tennessee 

Bead, Laudon Cabell.. .Georgia 

Reynolds, Robert Wallace ............................. Arkansas 

Richards, Charles .Andrew.. .... ...... .......... ..Tennessee 

Richardson, Thomas Darby.. ....................... ..Kentucky 

♦Richardson, John Custis.. .Kentucky 

Sargent, Edward Ohio 

Sayre, William Sim ........... . ................... Louisiana 

Scott, Harry Dandridge ...... Texas 

Shepherd, Arthur Morson ............................. Mississippi 

Slay den, Acton Beadles Kentucky 

Sledge, Ollie Lee.. ...................... .......... ..Mississippi 

Small, Samuel White.. ........................... ..Georgia 

Smith, Telamon Cuyler.. .............................. .Georgia 

"Snowden, Mason.. ..Louisiana 

"Stanton, David Brandon.. .......... .............. ..Mississippi 

Starke, James Douglas. . ................................ Florida 

Starke, Lewis Willis .................................... Florida 

Steiner, Hal Henry.. Georgia 

Steiner Pinckney Alston .......... Georgia 

Stevenson, Eugene. .Texas 

Stevenson, Henry.. .... ; Texas 

"Stewart, Floyd........... , .....Missouri 

Stiles, George Gordon.. ..Georgia 

"Thomas, Walter Lord Louisiana 



Tucker. Charles Lee Lonfoianfl 

i rede 11 1 b n 11. a lexander Looii Texan 

i »m1<- 11 1 ;i 1 1 1 1 . Bdwio Otto 'i < 

Van Dyke, Rdgar Carlyle Georgia 

Van Dyke. Howard Barnes Qeorgia 

Walkerj Madison Tennei 

Ward. Horatio .Jcnninirs Kentucky 

War ley. Theodore Dehon Wagner Louisiana 

Warner^ Gilbert Bornghan Florida 

Wateon, Charles Tenne 

Watson, .lame- Campbell Florida 

Whit all. .John Dabney Virginia 

Wicks, EBdward Henry • 'i i 

Wilder, .1 aincs Mennctt ■ • Kentucky 

Wilder) Oscar Kentucky 

Wilkerson, Warren Aubrey Texas 

Wilmerding, William Edward Texas 

' Wilson. Ellwood * Pennsylvania 

Wilson) Francis Vanj Pennsylvania 

Wilson. Samuel Loui-ianu 

^Advanced t<> Academical Department* 



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Register of Degrees Conferred, 

INCLUDING THOSE OP COMMENCEMENT DAY, 1889. 



MASTER OF ARTS. 

J.878. F. A. DeRosset North Carolina 

E. E. G. Roberts North Carolina 

Davis Sessums Texas 

W. D. Steele South Carolina 

1879. Yardry McBee North Carolina 

1881. T. F. Davis South Carolina 

W, H. Moreland South Carolina 

1882. W. B. Nauts Kentucky 

W. A. Percy Mississippi 

iGhas. McD. Puckette .Texas 

B. L. Wiggins South Carolina 

1883. J. W. Percy .... T ; Mississippi 

1884. E. S. Elliott............. Georgia 

W. A. Guerry rr South Carolina 

1885. G. R. Bellinger . . . , South Carolina 

W. B. Hall, Jr . Alabama 

J887. W. P. Finley.. ......... '. South Carolina 

0. T. Porcher ----,- South Carolina 

J. B. Jones ..,, Alabama 

BACHELOR OF ARTS. 

1874. Thomas Bringhurst Texas 

*Jj. R. Gray , . _ Tennessee 

B. B. Myles , T ----- Mississippi 

1875. W. C. Gorgas Alabama 

1. D. Seabvook ....„..,, , §outt} Carolina 



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,s " ,; W . C. Sarriaon Teune 

L S, Smith South Carolina 

John Davit | npeoiali gratia | Florida 

] " 7 " I. W. Pieroe 

1885. K W. Barnwell South Carolina 

1887. Alfred II. Daabiell T< 

1888, .1. W. Bpratf Florida 

L889. II. w. .in,,,, Llllli . 

B \< ii i LOl «'•' i.i i i i B6. 

1874 BS. 0. Steele Booth Carolina 

Paul Jones ukansaa 

L875. .1. \. v"anHoo8e Llaba 

L881. W. H. Mm,,. land Sooth Care 

1882. W. B. Nauts Kn.turky 

W. a. Percy Ilia*ia*ipp! 

1888. <i. l.. Crocket t- 

1888. J. W. Bpratl Pic 

1888. W, N. Guthrie Scotland 

BAOHKLOI ok s< 1 1 mi.. 

1876 *n. D. Siggins Tezai 

Ponl Jones kxkai 

A. M. Rutledge Kentucky 

.1. .1. si out iLrkanaaa 

F. a . Orgain (apeoiali gratia | Texas 

1887. B. L. Owens 

Tims. Worthington Mississippi 

1878. <i. 0. Babcook Louisiana 

' w . v Bennett I " 

T. II. DnBoae South Carolina 

W. K. Jones \; 

.i. B. Ifayfield Ti 

0. i>. Palfrey Louisiana 

.i. D. Shaffer Louisiana 

Fielding Vaughn Uabauna 

L879. ■<'. ii. Ifayhew N< 

LeRoy Percy Mi — 

L880, W. i>. Bratton South Carolina 

* \v. ('.<'. in rers South Carolina 



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1880. McN. DuBose South Carolina 

L. W. Smith . South Carolina 

1881. J. J. Cornish South Carolina 

W. H. Moreland South Carolina 

1882. W. M. Marks Alabama 

W. A. Percy >. - Mississippi 

E. A. Quintard Tennessee 

1883. H. M. Garwood. .. Texas 

1884. E. W. Hughes South Carolina 

J. C. Preston Virginia 

1885. W.B. Hall, Jr . Alabama 

B. Micou Alabama 

B. T. Elmore Alabama 

K. H. Cobbs, Jr... . Alabama 

1886. R. T. Bro wnrigg Mississippi 

S. E. Noble Alabama 

1887. P. P. Green Mississippi 

Robert Gibson, Jr Texas 

1888. J. H. Lamb - Florida 

1889. Chas. G. Coyle ........ Louisiana 

BACHELOR OF DIVINITY. 

1881. Rev. fm. Klein England 

1885. Rev. MoN". DuBose . South Carolina 

CIVIL ENGINEER. 

1873. J. J. Hanna Louisiana 

1876. C. P. Hammond Alabama 

H. D. Higgins . Texas 

1877. C. E. Smedes... Louisiana 

1878. Eugene La Pice...- .....Louisiana 

G. D. Palfrey Louisiana 

Fielding Taughn Alabama 

1883. A. B. Elliott Georgia 

1884. H. Jervey South Carolina 

1885. W. B. Hall, Jr...... Alabama 

B. T. Elmore....... Alabama 

1889. Chas. G. Coyle Louisiana 

H. R. Bonn ...„ Louisiana 



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HONORIS C M 8 \ 

L889. Rev r w Tremlett, D.O.I Bngland 

1871. Kt LYv w. i;. \v. Efbwe, D.D South Carolina 

L873, i;t. Rev, w. P. Adams, D.O.L \- lie 

Bt, Rev. i:. w. i:. Elliott, D.C L 1 

1»V\ . Francis K. Leighton, D.O.L England 

J. A. Shaw Stew art. D.C.L England 

rd, D.O.L H 

' S 7C ' Alexander .1. Beresford Hope, D.0.1 Bnglatid 

Rev. Richard T. West, D.C.1 Engl 

L876, Rev, Edward I fntts, D.D Bngftaad 

Rev. J. a. Atkinson, D.C.L England 

Rev. Albert Wood, D.c.l Bngland 

Rt Rev, w. K. Ifaororie, D.C.1 Sooth Africa 

1-77. kYy. a. T. Wirgihan, D.C.L U 

I v 7>. Rev, Telfair Hodgson, D. D New Je 

Rev. Francis A. Sboup. I>. D i 

*Bt Etev, W. If eroer Green, h.l> Hississippl 

Rt, Rev. Thomas Atkinson, D.D North Carolina 

Rt. Rev. Alexander Gregg, D.D T< 

Rt. Rev. Richard H. Wilmer, D.D Llabama 

Rt Rev. Charlea T. Qnintard, D.D Teunt 

K't. Rev, Joseph l\ B. Wilmer, D.D Loniai 

'Bt Rev. John Freeman Young, l>.l> Florida 

Kt. Rev, John W. Beokwith, D.D Geti 

Rt Rev. Henry n. Pierce, D D Urkai 

Rt Rev. Theodore B, Lyman. D.D North Carolina 

Rt Rev. Alexander 0. Garrett, h.i>. . .. Northern Texas 

i svM . Etev, Bdward Fontaine, LL.D Louis 

Rev. J, a. Jaeger, D.D Ohki 

Rt Rev. John N. GaUeher, D.D Louisl 

L882. Rev. Bdmnnd D. Cooper, D.D Long [aland 

1883, Rt Rev.T. U. Dudley. \).\) Kentucky 

Rt Rev, Hugh Miller Thompson, \^.\> Hi 

•Kt. Rev, Chat, F. Robertson, \)\> Hi 

1884, Rev. S. J. Bales, d.c.l.. St Boniface College, Warota 

England. 
Baal] L GUdersleeve, D.C.L., Johns KopUna Unii 
Baltimore, 



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3.884. The Venerable James Augustus Hessey, D.B., Archdeacon 
of Middlesex, England. 
Rt. Rev. Alfred A. Watson, D.D., Bishop of East Carolina 

Rt. Rev. Win. E k McLaren, D.C.L Bishop of Chicago 

The Rt. Rev. Hon. Arthur Douglas, D.D., the Lord Bishop 
of Aberdeen and the Orkney Islands. 
1885. Rev. Morgan Dix, B. C. L ...... .■ * New York 

1885. Rev. David Pise, D.C.L - - ..Ohio 

Rev. William W. English, D.C.L...... . . England 

1886. Hon, Effingham H. Nichols, LL.D..---.... New York 

Reginald Stuart Poole, D.C,L .. England 

1887. Rt. Rev. D. S. Tuttle, D.D Missouri 

Rev. J. Nevett Steele, Mus. Doc ......New York 

Rev. Yardry McBee, Mus. Boc North Carolina 

Rev.. J. H. Woodcock, Mus. Doc Long Island 

Mr. James Henry Lewis, Mus. Doc ............ .. .England 

Dr. John B. Elliott, Ph.B Louisiana 

1888. Rt. Rev. J. S. Johnston, D.D . _ .Western 3 Texas 

Rev. C. A. Row, B.D ....England 

Rev, Sylvester Clark, D.D Connecticut 

Rev. James A. Hewitt, D.C.L South Africa 

Maj. C. R. Condor, D.C.L. .. ....Engiand 

Hon. Chas. E. Fenner, LL.D Louisiana 

1889. Stephen H. Hammond, D.C.L.... New York 

Hon. and Rev. Henry Douglas, D.C.L.. England 

Caskie Harrison, Ph.D New York 

Chas. Dudley Warner. D. C.L Connecticut 

PREACHERS OF BACCALAUREATE SERMON. 

18?3. *Rt, Rev. Joseph P. B. Wilmer, D.D .Louisiana 

1874. *Rev. J. Craik, D.D...... ....... ...... Kentucky 

1875. Rev* J. H. Hopkins, D.D... Pennsylvania 

1876. Rt. Rev. S. S. Harris, D.D ....Michigan 

1877. Rt. Bev. T. U. Dudley, D.D....... ...Kentucky 

1878. Rev. Telfair Hodgson, D.D New Jersey 

1879. Rev. P. A. Fitts ....Tennessee 

1880. Rt.Rev John W. Beckwith, D.D Georgia 

1881. *Rev. A. I. Drysdale Louisiana 

1882. Rev. J. H. Stringfellow, D.D Alabama 

1883. Rt. Rev. Hugh Miller Thompson, D.D Mississippi 






L884 
1885. 
[88fl 

[888 
1889. 



1-71. 

1875. 

L877 
1878, 
L879. 
[890 

1881, 

I 562 
1883. 
1884 
[885. 
L88* 
[887 
1888, 
1888. 



Bt. Ber, W. IfcLaren, iu>.. D.C L 

Be?. Morgan Dix, D.D., D C.1 

Be t r Bailor, \i \ - T.B.. 
Bt i:> ■. D 8 Tattle, D i».... 

Bei . Geo. Zabi lelrie Gray, D.D 

Bt Bev. Jamee s. Johnston, D.I*... 

oi LToaa. 



i 

Fork 

Tenoi 

Mi- 
ni., - iehi 
w mttefn 'i '• 



Bt Ber, T. B. Lyman. D.B (forth Carolina 

Gen. .). L. Clingman ■ 

i." Ber. Alexander o, Barrett, f> D., LL.V. - . 

Prof. Lerej Broun T< 

Bon Ob. Bichardeon Miles Sooth Carolina 

Bon. Joseph Hodgeon Uabafti 

Hob. EC. Mh 'radj 8«»ofb Carolina 

Ber. .1 . L. Tucker. D.D Mabemai 

n<>n. W. Poreher Mito* 8<mtli Carolina! 

Judge .J. Li T, Suc«m1 Tei i 

Hon. Johmion Barbour \ 

Bt Ber. TbOB. !'. Dudley Kentucky 

I imp. Proetor Kindt Kentucky 

Hen. .1 no. T. Iforgan Uabamai 

Hon. Charles B. Penner Looiniaoai 

Hon Benton MeMillin. If. G 



ceased 



77 



The Alumni Association, 



OFFICERS FOR 1889-90, 

President t Silas MeBee, Tennessee. 

First Vice-President i Rev. F. A. DeRosset, M.A., tforth uarofrfla; 
Second Vice-President :■ Jno. W. Weber, Tennessee. 
Third Vice-President ; J. W. Percy, M.A., Mississippi, 
Fourth Vice-President i Ret. J. G. Glass, South Carolina, 
Fifth Vice-President; H. "W. Blanc, M.D., Louisiana. 
Recording Secretary : W. B. Hall, M.A., Alabama. 
Corresponding Secretary .' ~W\ B. Kauts, M.A., Kentucky/ 
Treasurer : Rev. J. A. TanHoose, Alabama, 
Historian : W. H. Harlow, Tennessee, 

E&ECtjTlVE tfOMMfTfE^. 

VT. B. Dalits, M.A., Kentucky. B. L. Wiggins, M.A., 8. & 
fcev. ,T. A. YanHooSe, Ak, ' 'W. B. Sail, H.A., Alabanifl/ 

AtTDlTffrG COMMITTEE, 

C, P. Hammond, C.-fi., Alabama, W. B. Hall, M.A., Alabama, 
n t Geo, DeSaussure,- Georgia. 

ALTJM&I EDITOR*, 

fi. L. Wiggins, M.A.j South Carolina* 

Aitftaftf TRUSTEES, 

Rer, BaVfe Sess-nms, M.A., Tex. Silas Mcfiee, Sorth OaroJihffr 
C. P. Hammond, C.E., Alabama*' 



78 



Award of Certificates, Diplomas, and 
Medals. 



COMMENCEMENT DAY. 



CERTIFICATES, 

Aim rican Za tk rs\ 

Charted Campbell Cram' \1 alumni 

Alniifo Church Florida 

Charles Coventry Baldwin Ft 

Korgan Frierson '!'■ i i 

Bistoryt 

iiauH's Marstnn Nelson , .Michigan 

Political s i d Hi$tOTff, 

Hunt Henderson > Louisiana 

Political Economy. 

-\l<»n/t> cinnch . . . Florida 

George fori Milton '!>nnr-<rr 

rh a lies Campbell Crane. Alabama 

W i 1 1 i i\ 11 1 Hcnrv H<>\\ anl U 

Dudley Dunn Saunders Tennei 

Libert Wadsworth WNkernon 

Art 

Richard Felix Armstrong . \ . . . 

Charles Goodrich ( y <>y\i' . i 

John Alex, Austin . . 

John Jumr* McClelftUld . . i ■ ni 



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Albert Lconidas Ki.ik Mississippi 

William Sara Slack Louisiana 

Morris'Eugene Temple Tennessee 

John Townes Wooten Tennessee 

Charles E. Billingsley Mississippi 

Geology and Mineralogy. 

Flournoy Carten Johnson Georgia 

David Blackstoue Fields Texas 

Claude Chamberlaine Higgins Texas 

Geology. 

William Norman Guthrie : . Scotland 

Latin. 

Alfred Secundus Gaillard ' South Carolina 

Harvey S. MaCutchen Kentucky 

Mathematics. 

William Norman Guthrie Scotland 

Joseph Oscar Mathewson Georgia 

Metaphysics. 

Daniel Troy Beatty Alabama 

Daniel Hey ward Hamilton North Carolina 

Wilmot Stuart Holmes South Carolina 

John J ames Perry IrelaHd 

James Marston Nelson «... Michigan 

William Sam Slack Louisiana 

Charles Goodrich Coyle Louisiana 

DIPLOMAS. 

SCHOOL OF ANCIENT LANGUAGES. 

Greek: 

M. A. 

John Barnwell Elliott, Jr , Louisiana 

Hanson Weems Jones Louisiana 

Quincy Kirkland Ewing Louisiana 



B. a. 

William Normaii Qathrie Scotland 

William Haskell DuBose South Carolitia 

Latin. 

M. A. 

John Barnwell Blliott, Jr Lou. 

Jameia Craik M nris Kentucky 

Juteph Mansfield Lovell \i Mippl 

B. \. 

William Haskell DuBose South Carolina 

Ed* ard Me daily. Jr South Carolina 

Paul Trapier Gadsden South I Carolina 

[gaac Ball, Jr ' South Carolina 

Ernesl Howard Howell U 

BOHOOI OF mhukkn I. LffGUAOl B. 

Q( iiikiii . 
B. A. 

Jauies Ifarston Nelson 

l'n nrli . 
B. A. 

Charles Goodrich Coyle Louiu 

Hau -on Weems Jones Louisiana 

Spanish, 

l;. a. 
Lew i- Henry llattair Plodda 

SCHOOL OF KHQL1BH. 

M. A. 
William N«»rni;iii (iuthrir >>••■' 

i:. \. 

Quincy Kirkland Swing Louii 

Lc la Henry Matt air Florida 



SL 

Houston Thomas Smith ' Tennessee 

James Marston Nelson Michigan 

John Barnwell Elliott, Jr Louisiana 

Edward McCrady South Carolina 

Charles Goodrich Coy le Louisiana 

Wilmer Parke Bird Texas 

Hanson Weems Jones Louisiana 

SCHOOL OF MORAL SCIENCE. 

B. A. 

Isaac Ball, Jr South Carolina 

Charles Goodrich Coyle . Louisiana 

John ' Barnwell Elliott, Jr Louisiana 

Paul Trapier Gadsden South Carolina 

William Norman Guthrie Scotland 

Lewis Henry Mattair Florida 

James Craik Morris . Kentucky 

James Marston N>lson...__. .Michigan 

Ernest Howard Rowell ...Maine 

John J. Perry Ireland 

William T. Manning California 

Joseph M. Lovell Mississippi 

R. M. W. Black.... ...... ...... ....Georgia 

SCHOOL OF METAPHYSICS. 

B. A. 

Quincy Kirkland Ewing Louisiana 

William Norman Guthrie .... Scotland 

Hanson Weems Jones . Louisiana 

SCHOOL OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND HISTORY. 

William Norman Guthrie Scotland 

Charles Goodrich Coyle ..Louisiana 

SCHOOL OF MATHEMATICS. 

B. A. 

Francis Langing Coyle — Louisiana 

John Barnwell Elliott, Jr.. Louisiana. 

Letris Henry Mattair-- Florida 

William Douglas Tracy New York 



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N in m, i. mi PHI IH B. 

B 8 

Obarlei Goodriob Ooyle bonis] 

1 1 in -mi i Weems Jonea i 

B4 BOOL I i < him ISTB1 . 

B 8. 

.luh n Jamei McClelland 

B. a. 

Il;iii>«»n \Vrriii> Joil6B LoilMMIl 

Brnesl Howard Etowell Maine 

bonis Tnokex Llabama 

SCHOOL OF OBOLOOl \ni> HIFIKALOOT. 

Charles Gooflriob Coyle Louisiana 

.l(»hn . I anics McClelland Ti'iinoscf 

Morris Bugene Temple Tenoe 

i IQIHBSEUTQ. 

a i; 

Charles Goodrich Goyle boou 

Horatio EtobeflOD Boho I,<<ni^ 

-< ROOK «'i I OXMIftOI and n LDE, 

Etiohard Winn Courts Trim. 

Swing I-"o\ Howard Mississippi 

Lewii Hollo Popplestone Tonne 

m aeon Bnowden Loniaiaiia 

Jamei Marston Nelson Miohigan 

THEOLOGICAL DBPABTMBOT. 
-< sooi --I mofcoei . 

Rben l>. Moreno Florida 

DBGBBBfi CONFERRED, 
B kOHBLOl OF aims. 

Hanson Weemi Jonea Lonii 



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BACHELOR OF SCIENCE. 

Charles Goodrich Coyle Louisiana 

BACHELOR OF LETTEES. 

William Norman Guthrie Scotland 

CIVIL ENGINEER. 

Charles Goodrich Coyle Louisiana 

Horatio Robeson Bonn . * Louisiana 

; DEGREES CONFERRED HONORIS CAUSA. 

DOCTOR OF CIVIL LAW. 

Stephen H. Hammond » New York 

Hon. and Rev. Henry Douglas England 

Charles Dudley "Warner. - . . Connecticut 

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY. 

Caskie Harrison New York 

.AWARD OF MEDALS AND PRIZES. 
Kentucky Medal for Greek. 

Quincy Kirkland Ewing... Louisiana 

Master's Medal for Latin. 

John Barnwell Elliott, Jr. > Louisiana 

Mrs. Buggies Wright Medal for French. 
Daniel Hey Ward Hamilton ... ^ ................... . North Carolina 

Prizes in Intermediate Latin, 

Charles P. Cocke Virginia 

Wilmot S. Holmes .... South Carolina 

Prize in Junior Latin. 
Louis Tucker * „ Alabama 



84 



Register of Grammar School Prizes 

Awarded on Commencement Day. August 1. 181 



French P. St. ( '>. Cocke Vi: •■_■ 

Arithmetic K. B. Kllinit. Jr B 

History I. DabneT \ V h i t a 1 1 Vir«rini;r 

I Geography V. L. Coekc Tirgioia 

r-ji.-li-li I P. Kimball ... I'lnrida 

Conduct B. K. Johnson - 

Lathi Natnanie] Eerward Boatfa Carolina 

Gtaeek B. Wileon, Jr 

fctoden Language! ...K. V. Bernard Mississ 

Old Tr-raiiM-nt J*. Lf Co* k«" Virginia 

New TeetamenJ . . . \v. A. M tUhtreos Ti 

Ohnrefa Catechism Lindeey Peters Geo 

Declamation W. Q Beanie T«*xee* 



85 



The Hodgson Library, 



^he following donations of valuable works to the Library nattf 
foeen made dtrring trie past year:- 
IT, S. Government. 
Eoyal Society of Canada. 
Charles Dudley "Warner, D. C. L/ 
Bev. Telfair Hodgson, D< D. 
ftev. J. D. McCullough. 
Ee\ T / S. W, Smith donated his library to the Unit ersity y 



Rfl 



Recapitulation. 

Theological Students 10 

rOSt-6 niiluali'N 2 

Special Students 

Qownsnien 

Juniors l l'j 

Grammar School 116 

Total 280 

i:i;sii)|;mi; 

a Kabama l s M . isissippi -"• , 

a rkanrai 8 M Issonri 

California 2 New Jersey I 

Florida L5 New Fork 4 

Qeorgla 34 fourth Carolina B 

Illinois 1 Ohio 9 

Indiana '.\ Pennsylvania 3 

Ireland 1 Scotland 1 

Kentucky 27 Booth Carolina 18 

Louisiana 22 (Tennessee 

Main*- l Texas 44 

Michigan V irginia ... I 



87 

EXPENSES. 



To avoid misunderstanding and ensure prompt atten- 
tion, Direct Communication should be had with the 
Ret. Telfair Hodgson, D. D. ? Vice- Chancellor.' 

ACADEMIC EXPENSES. 

Matriculation, paid on entrance ......* $15 00 

Tuition each year ....: $100 00 

Medical fee each year 10 00 

Mail carriage each year . . , 1 00 

Total $111 00 

PERSONAL EXPENSES. 

Board, including washing, mending and lights, a year $210 00 

Fuel l... r . 2 50 

Cadet uniform $29 00 

Contingent deposit 40 00 

Total... |252 50 

Thus a student's expenses may be as follows, : 

Academic ..:'.. h.... .... .. $111 00 

Personal. 252 50 

Total $363 50 

Cadet uniform 29 00 

Total $392 50 

This may be somewhat reduced if he do not spend all of his con- 
tingent deposit, which deposit is intended to cover cost of books, etc. 

Students desiring to take Gymnastics will be examined by the 
Health Officer and pay a fee of $5.00 a :erm. 

The Academic charges are fixed and invariable. The personal 
expenses vary, aud of these the above table gives only an estimate, 



M 

The list o unprl I through I ion- 

**« - 1 1 f • i* for member* nf the Academic Department and Grammar 
>ol. Theological student* < who 

■ 
dollars and lilt y oonts per t .Tin fur \i 
The Academic c able in n<i<>nu> for 

S -/ mitt it to ■ 

ill, i ' ,m > >s,t,j uutU then '"/. 

IfatrioiilatioTi is charged fiif the gtudent'u first term h 
Students leaving the University, except upon our <i 
ertifioate of rickim**, can make no tie 
any pari of the U a versity fees, 

Wiih regard to other items, the Uni verity acl 
It is safe t-> Bend money for students' board by drafl to tb 
the Vice Ohancellm*, otherwise the University assumes mi 
bility in the matter. This nl>n removed nil possibility of such 
moneys i, 4ng aged by the student fur other expense* than li 

The University makes special arrang for the « 1 • - 1 i -. • 

mall; audit i> requested that all matter for students will be 
pd to the "care 'of the University of tin- South." 
The University baa n<> Boarding Department. Student* bo 
lice, i, under the supervision of the authorities. l*ni 

arrange through the Vice-Chancel lor. Students bring min |n< 
hlunketa, three sheets, two pillow-cnRes, six napkins and - 
board month is twenty-eight da; 
Cade! uniforms an? furnished ;it tailoi Phe anlmrOi i- an 

i my cm 1 dress, and may !>»• worn at all times. Ordiuarilj 
suit per Mnnuni anfflces for required use. 

The Coutingeul Deposit in an estimate mode for th« > • • 
nl parents and guardian* who wish the Unicersity t" l<«..k »itur the 
^ t u < J * 1 1 1 " - personal expenses, as books, modicim*, repairing, etc \\ 
is calculated for immediati tiea '//. <uul uu Unary 

a ill l)o pnid from it. 
Full Instruction should accompany all n 
ry Uvt the Rtndents. All remittances should lm made 

TEIiFAIfl B0D08ON, l». H . 

far. 



WHITTAKER'S CHURCHMAN'S ALMANAC. 



THE 



Protestant Episcopal 

ALMANAC 



AND 



Pa.roohia.l List 



FOB THE TEAS OF OXTB LORD 



1890. 



NEW YORK: 
THOMAS T^HITTAKEIR, 

2 and 3 Bible House. 



2i I'KF.KACK. 



PB E V A c K. 



Tin: (Ynt.-nnial Convention 1ms OOme Slid gOH6, nnd every day of it 

was fncrant with the spirit of unity ami LoVC : it I ■: mil- 

lennial hours. We Lad int.nd.d to Baj 

"ii • olerieal changes/ 1 but we have imbibed something of the spirit ol 
the Convention, and we " refrain even fa i 

to be always hearing a voire saying to them, '• ftfove on :' if the 

< )fliee of Institution is practically disused, became I 

arrangement ol a few weeks 01 months it would seem like a moo 
it is not because the clergy choose to have it so. They knot 
of a home ; they believe, with Franklin, that three removals are 

to ft tire ; they feel the loss of influence and power that comes of D4 ing 

always strangers to their people, and yet they " move on ;" the 
1 olerioal changes" is almost as fonnid st itself, 

I key are ftn injury t(^ people and to pastors, an to the 

ttness of our annual roll. No pains or i (pen 

t preparation nights and days of w.ary t >ii : it is put 

complete into the printer's hands, and before the proof can I e n ad it 
needs s complete revision. The changes oome s in a 

year tiny run up to four figures J and we fan only approximate t-' that 
t accuracy at which the Protestant BpisOOpal Almanac for thirtV- 

sii yean has always aimed. One of the popes determined to issuean 
edition of the Bible typographically perfect, The pro were 

sent over Europe to learned m< n, large rewards were off* dis 

ooi • ry of any error. At Last it was ready for the press . it s as pnbtti I 
and behold I there was i mistake on the tttle-pag< I it is much s<> with 

an almanac. It deals with a myriad of facts and liu'ur.s, 1 ith : 

upon thousands of names and addresses ; the information is painfully 

gathered from willing and unwilling secretaries of oo n ve ntfons and other 

officials who should be no less interested than the publisher to see 



PREFACE. 



23 



that accuracy is attained for their own sake and for the sake of the 
Church ; there are a thousand vexations and delays, but there is compen- 
sation in the result. The potter may often have a just pride in the 
work of his hands, and Mr. Whittaker has never had occasion to be 
ashamed of the Almanac which, far and wide and on both sides of the 
sea, has made for him thousands of friends. From a tiny volume it has 
become cyclopaedic in information, and worthy of the study of all who 
are interested in the growth and prosperity of the American Church. 
It is in this confidence that the thirty-sixth volume of the Protestant 
Episcopal Almanac is sent forth to be the companion and friend of 
every clergyman and a welcome guest in every household ; it represents 
the lineaments of the Church they love, and records the history of her 
triumphal march. 
Advent, 1889. 



>A 



TA.BL1 Off I ohi mm. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS. 



PAfll 

Alabama. Diocese of 

Albany, Citj Din 

Alh.i: . 

Algoma, 

Alpta I of the Clergy I 

:" 

\-- Domical Calcolatioi i 

i ; ... 'j 1 1 ) 

Baltimore, ltd ..city Directory of Clerg 

Bible Pacta eod i- iguret 

Blanopa of the Church In India and the 

Coloniea 

" Church of England 57 

( Shnrcb in [reland 58 

" - i - « 'tun ( h of Scotland. N 

M Preeiding, S 

" [ of, American <'h . 8 

Bncceeeion <>f. in An. 

Church, B.N. A 894 

v i - . i ty i » :• ■ ton of Clergy, 151 

British Columbia, Diocese of ., Mfl 

Brooklyn. N.Y.,City Directory of I 

Buffalo. \. V., " mm • | g 

Caledonia, Dioceae of Ml 

Calendar tor 189 I 

" 1891 :J7 

of the Church, with Table of 

Leaaona, 1980 41-52 

I ir. (JniTeraal. M 

California, Dioceae of 81 

Cambridge, afaaa., City Directory of 

Clem 

. . N«-w York, Dioceae of 

PenneylTania, Dioceae of M 

- in Lhe I'r.iy. r Boejk 

m, 8. C, City Directory of 

Clerg] MO 

Chicago, Dioc< aeof 

i), 111, City Directory of Clergy.. 26U 

Chief Bill era of the World 81 I 

China Mission 170 

Chnrch Calendar, 1880 

1891 

Chnrch Perlodlcali 

Chnn ii I tuTcr-ify Boa d f B 

( 'h n r- hea, \ni. rican, on the ( Continent 

of Europe i" I 

Churches and Chapela In N< 

City 

Chun i Q the World 171 

Cincinnati, O D oryofClurgj 

rlcr-viurli I>..ri-:isr,l. 1sv> -.- 

38-89 
Clergy, Directory <»f, in principal I 

. 171 
i, Alphabetical List of.l I 

>f British North Ameri i 

I .88 



PAOl 

I 
Contr 81] 

- 
Con 

held, 986 
Oonrention, 

f 8 o '• ' 

gy, 262 

I)i)a\s .. . ; • 

Detroit, Ml rgy, S62 

-.hi ( onvent ] i 

anil 
where held 

Domestic ind l'« • 

Beater Day. Table for SO 1 

Florida, D i ocese of 

Fond d i Lai . i 

Pon i S.M 

Fred< i 

General Coim-nti. 

[natitntionaof the Clmrcl 

M " Chnn 

11 Summary of a 

M Theological I 

: 

Qreek Mission 

i th, Relative 
lie, Qreek and Pn testai I r« ; 

b of Christianitj bj n ., it-j 

Baitien Mlaaion. 



Kentucky! 



88 



Long [aland ... 101 

I. - iu a, 

Louiai Kj Din rgy, 868 

|fa B • •■•'.•• D 818 

..t88 

. 106 





Hartford, CI . 

Huron, Dioceae of 

Indian Terr/ 

Indiana Diocese of . . . . yr 

[nstitut oi rch in 

Canada 818 

institutions. General, I irch in 

the United Btatei 
Iowa. D 98 

atiseion. . 

I ty and Hoi o t< a, N J . 

363 
- ipreme Court, ?Vai 

ton 



INDEX OF ADVERTISEMENTS. 



25 



PAGE 

Massachusetts, Diocese of Ill 

Members of the Cabinet, Washington.. 273 

Mexican Mission 168 

Michigan, Diocese of 114 

Milwaukee, ■." 116 

" Wis., City Directory of 

Clergy 263 

Minnesota, Diocese of 118 

Missionary Jurisdiction of the Platte, 

Nebraska 168 

Mississippi, Diocese of 120 

Missouri, " 121 

Montana Mission 166 

Montreal, Diocese of... 225 

Moosonee, " 239 

Nassau . Diocese of 243 

Nebraska, " 122 

Nevada and Utah Mission 161 

Newark, Diocese of 123 

N. J., City Directory of Clergy. 263 

Newfoundland, Diocese of 242 

New-Hampshire, " 124 

New-Haven, Ct., City Directory of Clergy 264 

New- Jersey, Diocese of 125 

New-Orleans, La., City Directory of 

Clergy 260 

New-Mexico and Arizona Mission. 166 

New-Westminster, Diocese of 243 

New- York City, City Directory of Clergy 252 

" Diocese of 12? 

Niagara, " 235 

Notes on the American Episcopate 69-72 

North-Carolina, Diocese of 132 

North-Dakota Mission 160 

Northern California Mission 165 

" Texas Mission 163 

Nova Scotia, Diocese of 226 

Ohio, Diocese of 133 

Ontario, " 231 

Oregon 135 

P. E. Church in the U. S 212 

Pennsylvania, Diocese of 186 

Philadelphia, Pa., City Directory of 

Clergy 264 

Pittsburgh, Pa., City Directory of Clergy 267 

" Diocese of 139 

Population and Area of Principal Na- 
tions 274 

Population of the U. S. by Races, 1870- 

80 272 

Population ofU. S. at each Census... 273 

Postage, Rates of 55 

Preface 22 

Presidents of the United States 273 

Priests and Deacons, Alphabetical List 

of 173-205 

Prince Edward Island, Clergy of 227 



PAGE 

Providence, R. L, City Directory of 

Clergy 2o7 

Psalms, Proper, for Special Occasions .. 76 

" Table of Selections of. '1 6 

Qu'Appelle, Diocese of. 241 

Quebec, " 228 

Quincy, " 141 

Ratio of Communicants. 208 

Religions of the World 171 

Rhode-Island, Diocese of 142 

Richmond, Va., City Directory of Clergy 268 
Rochester, N. Y., City Directory of 

Clergy 268 

Rupert's Land, Diocese of 238 

St. Louis, City Directory of Clergy 268 

San Francisco, Cal., City Directory of 

Clergy 269 

Saskatchewan and Calgary, Diocese of.. 239 
Secretaries of Diocesan Conventions. .. 74 

South-Carolina, Diocese of 143 

South-Dakota Mission 161 

Southern Ohio, Diocese of. 144 

Springfield, Diocese of 145 

Statistics of the Anglican Communion.. 61 
"P. E. Church in the U. S. 209 
" " P. E. Church in the 

U. S., General Summary of the.. . . 208 
Succession of Bishops Anglican Church, 

B. N. A 224 

" " Senior Bishops 72 

Supreme Court of the U. S 273 

Syracuse, N. Y., City Directory of 
Clergy 269 

Table of Living American Bishops . . .66-68 

" " Diocesan Conventions 73 

Tennessee, Diocese of 147 

Texas, " 148 

Theological Seminaries 223 

Toronto, Diocese oft ... 228 

Utica, N. Y., City Directory of Clergy.. 270 

Vermont, Diocese of 149 

Virginia, " 150 

Washington, D. C, City Directory of 

Clergy 270 

Washington Mission 167 

West African " 169 

West- Virginia, Diocese of 159 

Western Michigan, Diocese of. 156 

" New- York, '* 157 

" Texas Mission 164 

Worcester, Mass., City Directory of 

Clergy 271 

Wyoming and Idaho Mission 167 i 



INDEX OF ADVERTISEMENTS. 



BANKERS. page 

Brown Bros. & Co., New- York 313 

Drexel, Morgan & Co 312 



CHURCH BELLS. page 

Cincinnati Bell Foundry Co 279 

C. H. Meneely Bell Co 16, 281 



«6 



i n..i.a OF AD\ KR1I8EMENTS. 



M< Bfa Li i;. | pio mdrj 

Htiiu- | • >. f Senec! Palle, v - I 

<hi i;« ii i i i:\i i i EtB AND Dl 
RATION. 
VHok'l t.r.-.-.I Chureh Ughi. 

1 > 

(. i: . Set 5 18 

ii •• . • . I '■ i- ' . r-York. ... M 

. .i I B . Hen fore , ... 11 

< LBBK \i. DRK88 \M» VEST 

m\\ P8, 
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28 OBAVOM IN TIIK I'HAYKH-IIOOK. 



CHAHGES IN TIIK WATER-BOOK.* 

UXXFUD in tiik <;i.ni:kw. | <>n\ ini n >\ Of [880, FOB i:\tiitc\tion hy 

'I III. <,IM K \I. ( (>N \ Km ION Of ;-!•.'. 
I. IN TIM. T | BL1 Of II 

1. That the Word "Proper" he inserted hefore tin- \v..nl " I . — : s " in the 

heading of the Tablet <>f Lessoni for Bundaya, for 1 1 < » l \ Dare, and for the forty 
daje of Len1 ; and thai u a Table <>f Propei F< Table 

oi < Sontenta. 

2. That in tin* Table of Propei Pealma, the 54th Paalmbe 1 f<>r 

(he 09th Psalm for < i <». .*i Friday Evening. 

ii. in tin; OBDBB POB daily .muknino and kvi.mn.; PBAVD and IS! 

ITT AN V. 

1. That in Evening Prayer between the reeponee, " And L r ran' at Thj sal 
ration 91 and tin* rerslcle, "O Uod, makeolean our henna within us," there be 
Inserted i 

Minister. O Lord, mi\c the State. 
( i r. And mercifully heir mm when wo cnll upon Tie o. 

Miitis'T. Kmiuc Tnv hiinlaten wiih rlghteonri 
■ r. And make Tin chosen people Joyful. 
>/ OLord, sere Thj people. 

•W. And bU-hs Thine inheritance. 
Mittisttr. Cove peaCC in our time, () Lord. 
4JMN r. For ii in Thou, Lord, only, that makest us dwell in fafety 

& Thai in the fourth deprecation in the l.ianv there i" earth 

quake," and "tiro and flood/' so that it shall read: " Ft>m fire and flood; 
from earthquake, Lightning, and tempest ; from plague, pestilence, and 
Ine ; from battle and murder, and from Budden death." 

:l Thai the Prayer tor All Conditions of Men and the (i> neral Thank^L r iv 

inir, wherever they occur, he printed «rith the bracketed clause and mai 
note, ms now provided in Morning Prayer. 

4. That the words, " Jit re nidttli the //tt<iny," he omitted. 

ill. IN THK PBAYKBfl and thanksgivings DTOH BEVl RAJ 00 kSIOVS, 

A. That the following be added to the Prayers : 

I. After the Prayer for those who are to he admitted t<> Hoi] 

/•''/• Frn;<r,il eVa**** 

•f '!'<,}>,• u$edon Rogation-Sunday and tks Bo aft / ; 

aJmlghtj God. who hint bleated the earth that it laoald he fruitful and hriaj forth ■ 

I 1 for the life of man, and h i-t comnundrd us t-. work with qim I 

oar own i>r«-: k «i . Bleat the Inborn of the hoahandaian, and . 

!er in tin- frultl of the firth, and -ver rejoice. in Tin the prai.-c of Thy 



J7 

oly 



lioly Name ; through Jenui Chrinl our Lord. Anon. 



•('opvrL'ht, IssO, hf Charles L Hutching, Secretary of the BOUM of I>. patiei h> , 

uy pennii 



CHANGES IN THE PRAYER-BOOK. 29 



T Or this. 

O gracious Father, who openest Thine hand and fillest all thins? living with plenreousness ; 
We beseech Thee of Thine infinite goodness to hear us, who now make our prayers and sup- 
plications unto Thee. Remember not our sins, but Thy promises of mercy. Vouchsafe to 
bless the lands and multiply the harvests of the world. Let Thy breath go forth that it may 
renew the face of* the earth. Show Thy loving-kindness, that our land may give her increase ; 
and so fill us with good things that the poor and needy may give thanks unto Thy Name ; 
through Christ our Lord. Amen. 

2. After the Prayer for a Person or Persons going to Sea. 

For a Person, or Persons, on a Journey. 

O Everlasting God, we commend to Thy Almighty protection, Thy servant for whom we 
pray. Defend him from the dangers of his journey, guard him from all sickness and hurt, 
preserve his going out and his coming in, and make him grateful for all Thy mercies ; through 
Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

3. After the Prayer to be used at the Meetings of Convention. 

For the Unity of God's People. 

O God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, our only Saviour, the Prince of Peace ; Give us 
grace seriously to lay to heart the great dangers we are in by our unhappy divisions. Take 
away all hatred and prejudice, and whatsoever else may hinder us from godly union and con- 
cord : that as there is but one Body and one Spirit, and one hope of our calling, one Lord, one 
Faith, one Baptism, one God and Father of us all, so we may be all of one heart and of one 
soul, united in one holy bond of truth and peace, of faith and charity, and may with one mind 
and one* mouth glorify Thee ; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

4 After the preceding. 

For Missions. 

O God, Who hast made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on the face of the whole 
earth, and didst send Thy blessed Son to preach peace to them that are far off and to them 
that are nigh ; Grant that all men everywhere may seek after Thee and find Thee. Bring the 
nations into Thy fold, and add the heathen to Thine inheritance. And we pray Thee 
shortly to accomplish the number of Thine elect, and to hasten Thy kingdom ; through the 
same Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

B. That the following be added to the Thanksgivings : 

For a Child's Recovery from Sickness. 

Almighty God and heavenly Father, we give Thee humble thanks for that Thou hast been 
graciously pleased to deliver from his bodily sickness the child in whose behalf we bless and 
praise Thy Name, in the presence of all Thy people. Grant, we beseech Thee, O gracious 
Father, that he, through Thy help, may both faithfully live in this world according to Thy will, 
and also may be partaker of everlasting glory in the life to come; through Jesus Christ our 
Lord. Amen. 

For a Safe Return from Voyage or Travel. 

Most gracious Lord, Whose mercy is over all Thy works; We praise Thy holy Name that 
Thou hast been pleased to conduct in safety, through the perils of the great deep [or his way], 
this Thy servant, who now desireth to return thanks unto Thee in Thy holy Church. May he 
be duly sensible of Thy merciful providence towards him, and ever express his thankfulness by 
a holy trust in Thee, and obedience to Thy laws ; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Ajnen. 

And that the Thanksgiving for a Safe Return from Sea be omitted. 



30 DH fcMM IN I UK m WKK-HniiK. 

iv. i ram i i.Ni i w. offk a. 
Thai tlioi • ! in the Hook of Common Prayer, after the Prayert and 

'l>"ii scrrral < >■ \ 1 'i 1 1 i i \ i i 1 1. OWWIKM W&B MB 

Wi.om-dw, ms in the Notification to the I> \crj.t 

(bat, at the and, Instead of the Benediction, the following be mboUtotsd 

• J% > (hi sfl iitU r ihaM 

1 1 1 tod, whose Baton lad property li etei to bevc mercy sad t«. fa • . our humble 

petitions, and tboogh ire *>«■ tied sod bound wits the ehuin of on 

rtv it nit r«y Ioom- uc ; for the honor of J«--ii-> Chri-f, our Medi itor md Ad 

Allien. 

The Lord Mom sod keep ni The Lord moke B ibloc npoi no, ood beg 

unto us. The Lord lift op Hi- ooontensnee npon as, end gin 

Amen. 

And that there be omitted from the Booh of Common Prayer the nccond 
rubric after the Colled for Ash Wednesday, and the Prayen which follow it. 

[This Penitential Office is to be read after the Prayer, ' We hambly beeeech 
Thee, <> Father," in the Litany, and In place of irhaf there followeth, i\ eoa 
of the sfti '/'. rersiclea, and the prjayetv omitted as above.] 

V. TIIK roi.I.i:* TS, KI'ISTLKS, AND COSTKLS. 

1. r riiat , after the rubric following the general title, there be 

• /' ; .< (Jotted appointed for any Sunday or other Feast tnay l>, said at On 
I' .in'] s, ,r\,', ofthi day before. 

•J. That the Gloria Patri be printed at the end of the Easter Ami.- 

:i That in place of the rubric aftor the (tospel for tlie Suudaf next I 

ut, there be sul>stit nted : 

\ Jfikon '' m than twenty-floe Sumdaye after Trinity, the 

of thorn Sundays thai <r< re omitted aft, r tfu Epiphany shall b< taken i 
eotnanyaeari hen wanting. Ana if there be fewer than tteenty-Jto 9 
tfu <>c< r-pfau shall bt omitted, 

4. That, aftor the Gospel for Christmas Day, there be Inserted : 

m If' in any thurth the Hoty ('"in in >/ ni>>n be tit 

,, l$th . and *p< I m i§ ; >< ■ a dai 

The Collect. 
i. who mskesf oi glsd with the yearly remembrance of the birth of Thine 1 1 

< brlst ; Qront tOOiOl SfOjoylOUy receive linn for our Redeemer, po we in 

coofldence behold Him when Be aholl come to beooxJodge, Who llveth th with 

Thee md the EL God, world without and. Anna. 

The Epiottex Tuns S:ll, 

Too G d that bringsth salvBtlon. . . . Let no man despise thee. 

Thi QoepeL St. Lake 8 i l. 

SAd it CSme SO pO0i in those dayn . . . K°°d will toward men. 

B That, aftet me Groepel for Baater Day, there be Insetted : 

• It i i any church the Holy 



CHANGES IN THE PRAYER BOOK, 31 

The Collect. 

O God, who for our redemption didst give Thine only begotten Son to the death of the 
Cross and by His glorious resurrection hast delivered us irom the power of our enemy ; Grant 
us so to die daily from sin, that we may evermore live with Him in the joy of His resurrection ; 
through the same Christ our Lord. Amen. 

The Epistle, 1 Cor. 5 . 6. 
Know ye not that a little leaven . . . the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth. ; 

The Gospel. St. Mark 16 : 1. 
When the Sabbath was past . . . for they were afraid. 
VI. IN THE ORDER FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE LORD'S SUPPER. 

1. That in place of the rubric immediately before the Decalogue, finally 
adopted in 1886, the following be inserted : 

If The Decalogue may be omitted, providtd it be said once on each Sunday. 
But Note, that whenever it is omitted, the Minister shall say the Summary of 
the Law, beginning, Hear what our Lord Jesus Christ saith. 

2. That, after the Summary of the Law, the following be inserted : 
If Here, if the Decalogue hath been omitted, shall be said : 

Lord, have mercy upon us. 

Christ, have mercy upon us. 
Lord, have mercy upon us. 

If Then the Minister may say, 

[To be followed by "Let us pray," and the Collect for grace to keep the. 
Commandments, as at present.] 

3. Insert as the first of the Offertory Sentences, "Remember the words of 
the Lord Jesus, how He said, It is more blessed to give than to receive." 

4. That in the Prayer of Consecration, instead of the words, "that He may 
dwell in them and they in Him," there be substituted, " that He may dwell in 
us and we in Him." 

5. That in the second rubric after the Prayer of Consecration there be 
inserted : 

And sufficient opportunity shall be given to those present to communicate. 

VII. IN THE BAPTISMAL OFFICES. 

1. That, instead of the question in the several Offices for the Ministration of 
Baptism, " Dost thou believe all the Articles of the Christian Faith, as con- 
tained in the Apostles' Creed?" with its answer, there be substituted the 
following : 

Minister. Dost thou believe in God the Father Almighty, Maker of heaven and earth ? 

And in Jesus Christ His only Son our Lord ? And that He was conceived by the Holy Ghost, 
born of the Virgin Mary : that He suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, dead, and 
buried : that He descended into hell, and the third day rose again from the dead : that He as- 
cended into heaven, and sitteth on the right hand of God the Father Almighty : and that from 
thence He shall come to judge the quick and the dead ? 

And dost thou believe in the Holy Ghost : the Holy Catholic Church : the Communion of 
Saints : the forgiveness of sins : the Resurrection of the body : and the Life everlasting ? 

Answer. All this I steadfastly believe. 



31 CHAN'. I.- IN I UK l'K\VKR-IK)OK. 

8, Thai the Thanksgiving after tl»«* Lord's Prayer In theOfflce of Adult Hap- 
in- tin* same as in tin- < >lli«»« <>1 Public l'.aptism of In'ants, the \n « »rcl 

■ in fi m | " being i i •■ 'ihij s n ' Us/ 1 ;in<i the other italicised won is being 

change 1 to the plural number, and a like change of irordi !»•• made in tin 

Prayers <»f ilia! .service. 

.1 That, in tin* second rubric at th« end of the Office of A dull Bapiiam, Eof 
the word " performed," there be ■nbetitated the irord " sdmintstei 
that there be added t<> the rubric theee wordi : 

And wity, the Minister m i oiih Co* g 

dtei i ididate and end with th< ■ ■ baptism* 

1. That the following be placed ai an addit onal mode at the end *»f t ho 
i Ace of Adult Baptism i 

• / ibU doubt ooneoming t) 

'h> manner herein appointed; wring that, <>( the immert 
pouring of water, the Minieter shall use this form of words : 

If ihoa art not already baptised, .V. I baptize thee blthe Nunic of the Father, and of f 
aad of the Holy Qhost, Amui. 

viii. in tin-: ORDBR Of OONfTHXATION. 

1. That, after the Preface and the Presentation of tlie Candidates, there be 
insert' 

IF Then the Bishop, of sshm Mim'.sfrr appoi n ted by Mai, stay i 
near the words of the ESraogelist Saint Luke, in the eighth Chaptet *>f the 
B ok of the Aets of the Ape 

Wli.-n the apoetlM which wore at Jerusalem heard thai Samaria bad received tlie Word of 

(Jod, theyoenl unto them Peter end Joha; who, irhen they were come down, prayed for theea, 
that they might receive the Holy Qho*1 : (fores rei be tree miles upon none of then 

they were baptised in the Name of the Lord Jewus*. Then laid they their hands on them, ami 
they received the Holy QhOSt. 

IX. IN THE SOLEMNIZATION OF MATRIMONY. 

1. That, between the word " which " and the words "is commanded * in 
the Exhortation, there be inserted: 

— 4s an honorebte eetete. instituted of Godia thethae of msn'e faaocoDey, elgnlf ring 
th • myotics] anion that fa betwixt Chriel and Hi* Ohnrcb ; which holy eel ite Chriet i 

.in led e i b Bli pretence and first miracle tl si Be wroagbt in Csas of oaiiiee, and — 

I Thai the following he added to the Form of BolemnlaationofMatrimons . 

" , ./ ', c<numm>ion be oetebrated at the tim> fti aforrta 

ateig afU r i '<> Blsssi cj %haU b sung or said t\ I «^. 

Psalm exxviii BooH ssasjaf, 

[The Psalm to be printed In fall, with the Oloria Patri*] 

1 Then sfi.ill be SOX for the Hot§ Communion, irith ' 

EpUtli t a 

The OUft 

sindsjatj and merclfal God. Was by Thy power anas) ercefci our Irel parents, end by Thy 

- u i<»n did -t knii th«*m together In holy wedlock ; vouchsafe to eend i i 
ail those who ere Joined together in Thy holy Name, and -o in tb • Kisee, jIih: 

obeying Thy wUJ sn I oontln tins slwsyi is safety under Thi protei Lkm, they may ah 

Thy' love unto. tin ir lives" end ; through JSSSS OhfM our Lord. An. 



CHANGES IN THE PRAYER-BOOK. 33 

The Epistle. Eph. 5 : 22, 
Wives, submit yourselves . . . that she reverence her husband. 

The Gospel. St John 2 : 1. 
And the third day there was a marriage . . . and His disciples believed -on Him. 

X. IN THE VISITATION OF THE SICK. 

1. That the following prayer be inserted after the Prayer for a Sick Child : 

A Prayer for Patienee under Suffering. 

Almighty God, whose most dear Son went not up to joy, but first He suffered pain, and en- 
tered not into glory before He was crucified ; Mercifully grant that we, walking in tke way -of 
the Cross, may nnd it none other than the way of life and peace ; through Jesus Christ our 
Lord, Amen. 

2. That the Commendatory Prayer be clianored by the omission of the words : 
" And teach us who survive, in this, and other like daily spectacles of mor- 
tality . . „ bring us to life everlastings " 

XL IN THE COMMUNION OF THE SICK„ 

That, between the .second and the third of the rubrics after the Gospel, there 
be inserted : 

Tf In the times of contagious sickness or disease, or token extreme weakness 
renders it expedient, the following form shall suffice : 

The Confession and the Absolution ; " Lift up your hearts/' etc., through the 
Sanctus ; The Prayer of Consecration, ending with these words, " partakers of 
His most blessed Body and Blood;" Tke Communion; The Lord's Prayer; 
The Blessing. 

XIL IN THE OHDER FOIL THE BURIAL OF THE DEAD. 

1. That, after the opening sentences, there be inserted.: 

T And he may a-dd : 

Jesus called them unto Him, and said, " Suffer little children to come imto Me, a^id forbid 
them not : for of such is the kingdom of God. 1 ' Si. Luke 18 : 16. 

They shall hunger no more, neither thirst any more ; neither shall the sun light on them, nor 
any heat. For the Lamb which is in the midst of the throne shall feed them, and shall lead 
them unto living fountains of waters; and God shall wipe away all tears from their, eyes. 
Rev. 7 : 16, 17. 

2. That, in place of the rubric and Anthem after tke sentences, there be sub- 
stituted the following* rubric, followed by the present selections from tke 39th 
and the 90tk Psalms separately, with stfoe Gioria Patti at the end of each .: 

■f After they are come into the church, shall be said or sung 4m or both of the 
selections following , taken from the %9th and dOth Psalms. 

3. That in place of the rubric, "■ Then tlie Minister shall say the Lord's 
Prayer" there be substituted : 

If Then the Minister sJutll say, 

Lord, liave mercy upon us. 

Christ, have mercy upon us 
Lord, have mercy upon us, 

[And then the Lord's Prayer and what follows.] 



34 <h kHOBfl in i BI P| \ | | | BOOK, 

•l. That at the end of 1 1 1 *• offloe, after " The Grace of oar l.< there 

be added : 

Addii 

!.• :.. qc w bo are ptlll In o rtl r faith, 

that bavioff eerved Thee with conntancy on eortb 

U i i Jeaua Christ, \\ I i • • to di 

Thy lenranti -•> to fol ow In Faith win in fall 

aaleep peacef ullj In Thee, and awake op after Thy iik« i 
with the Father and tin- Holy Qhoat, <>!"■ Qod, world \\ i • 

Ighty mikI ever-living God, we yield ontoTl 
thewoi p and virtre declared in all Tby eainte, who have been 1 

Thy grace and the light a of 1 he world in their eeveral :• 

to follow the exan pie <<f i In lr 
anceto Thy holy eommandmenta, thai nt the day of tin- : 
who are or the my ft leal Bod] of Thy Bop, mai be ael on Blarighi band, 
Boat joyful voice : Come ye bh wed of My Father, n in i 
the fonndation or the world. Gnat thia, u Father, (or J< 

■ad Ad\ orate. AllHll. 

5. That, at the end <>f the oilier for the Burial of the Dead, there i>«- added i 

AT Tin: BURIAL OF Tin. DEAD vt BBA. 

• / \ybi used j !>"( In th< Sentence of Com \&Ual t I 

shall s.nj ; \\'o therefore commit his body to the deep, Looking for I 
reenrreotioD, in the Last day . . . when the s<*a shall give np uer 
etc. 

Aii'l that the corresponding paragraph be omitted at the i 
Prayer t<> be used a: E 

xnr. in THE FORM OF PRATER AND rSARKeeiYIHO. 

1. That the Anthem he oonformed to the Prayer-Book version of the 
r ; thai there be inserted, for the fourth verse <>t the Anthem, I 
of Paalm cxlvii.; and that the Ola ia Falri be printed ai the • 
Anthem; as follows \ 

I for it is ft cood thinp to gmg praises unto our Qod ral and 

ml thing it i- to bo thankfnf 

Lord doth hnfld np Jerusalem, and gather t< (ether the • 
He heal ih thote tin' are broken in heai t. and giveth mi dicine to heal i\ 
<< log unto the Lord with thanksgiving ; sing praises upon the harp ant< 
th the heaven with clouds, and prenareth rain for the earth 
• •. npon tin' > nd hei b for ine ate of m< a i 

M o . • der m J" tin- cattle, ai 

OJ ; j Q< (i. < » Won. 

i or He hath made fi bI the ban of ad bath blessed thy ch idren within thee. 

thee H If fi !)"• H< ur of a 
G i . Mini to i he Son, and to | 

. rer laall be, world w Ith 1 1 •« 

J. Thai the ipectal Thanksgiving !»«• changed t«> read si folkrwi i 

kiiow ledge tin- dcntiis. 'ire broken up. p don ■ 

the den : We yield Tbee unfeigned thanks and pralae for the return 

fo- th n of the frul 

Thy merciful provldi nee bestow< d upon ttale nation sn< : 

: 
rore Thee all our daya; through .!<•»•• ■>» hriel . whom. 

wirh Thee and the Holy Qnoet, 



CHANGES IN THE PRAYER-BOOK, 35 

XIV. IN THE PSALTER, ETC. 

1. That the " Selections of Psalms for Holy Days," which immediately pre- 
cede the Psalter, be omitted. 

2. That, in the Psalter, the numbers of the Psalms be printed in common 
numerals, and that the verses of Psalm 119 be numbered continuously. 

3. That the Canticles and the Psalms be in every case printed with the 
musical colon, as in the English book. 

XV. IN THE ORDINAL. 

That the Ordinal be amended, as follows : 

(a) That, in the first rubric of each of the three services, the words a after 
Morning Prayer is ended " be omitted. 

(b) That, in the Ordering of Priests, in the rubric f< blowing " Take thou 
Authority to preach the Word of God," etc., after the words " When this be 
done," there be inserted, " the Nicene Creed shall be said, and " 

(c) That, in the Consecration of Bishops., the opening- words of the rubric 
following the Gospel be changed to read thus * 

If Then shall follow the Nicene Creed, and after that the Sermon ; which being 
ended, the Elected Bishop — 

(d) That, in the Consecration of Bishops, the longer paraphrase of the Veni 
Creator Spiritus be omitted^ and that, in place of tbe rubric ** Or this," 
there be inserted: 

If Or else the longer paraphrase of the same Hymn, as in The Ordering of 
Priests. 

{e) That in the printing ©f the Litany and Order of the Holy Communion in 
the Ordinal such changes shall be made as have been made elsewhere in those 
offices, 

XVI. IN THE CONSECRATION OF A CHURCH OR CHAPEL. 

1. That the Gloria Patri be printed at the end of Psalm xxiv. 

2. That, in the first prayer^ the words " the performance of"" be omitted. 

3. That, in place of the four rubrics after the Gospel, there be inserted : 

*| For the last Collect, immediately before the final Blessing, the Bishop shall say 
this Prayer. 

4. That, in the last prayer before the Benediction , in place of what follows 
the words, il the saints upon th« earth/' there be substituted: 

Grant, we beseech Thee, that in this place new set apart to Thy service, Thy Holy Nam-e may 
be worshipped in tmth amd purity tkrougfe all generations : through Jesus Christ our Lord. 
Ames, 



N GA1 f-:m»ai: rOB 1 


CALENDAR FOR 1890. 


JAMAKY. 


FEBRUARY. 


MAIM H. 


s 


M 


T 


\V 


T 




8 


» 


M 


T 


W 


T 


1 - 


s m 


T 


w 


T 


P 


8 


5 
'-' 
19 
26 



13 

2.1 
27 


7 
14 

21 
2 s 


1 

8 

15 

22 

29 


2 
9 
16 

23 


3 

10 
17 

21 

81 


•l 

11 
18 


1 


M 

n 


8 
10 
17 
24 


4 

11 


5 

IS 

19 

2.; 


6 
13 

27 


7 

14 

2t 
28 


1 

8 

u 

22 

: 


3 
9 10 

2 ; ■.' i 
30 31 


4 
11 

1 " 


5 

12 
1 " 


6 

13 
20 

•27 

\- 


7 
14 

21 

88 


l 

8 
15 
22 
29 


APRIL. 


MAY. 


Jim:. 


s 


X 


T 


w 


T 


P 


s 


s 


M 


T 


w 


T 


F 


8 


■ 


M 


T 


w 


T 


P 


8 


6 

•27 


7 

It 
21 

H 


15 


2 
9 
10 

30 


10 

17 
•J J 


4 

11 
18 
23 


3 
12 

19 

28 


4 

11 

IS 

m 


6 

12 

19 


6 
13 
20 
27 


7 

11 

21 

28 


1 
8 
15 


1 

9 
16 
1 

88 


3 

10 
17 
21 
31 


i 

8 

15 

22 

18 
■■ 


2 
9 
10 

30 


3 
10 
17 

21 

•• 

- 


1 
11 

1* 

25 


5 

12 
If. 

2»; 


6 7 

18 1 14 1 

2.i 21 
27 28 

:|: 


JULT. 


AUGUST. 


BEFTOBEB. 


» 


M 


T 


w 


T 


F 


S 


s 


M 

4 

11 


T 

5 
12 
19 
26 


W 

6 

13 

2' 

27 


T 

r 

M 

21 

2- 


r - 


s M 

1 
7 1 8 
1 J 15 

2 1 22 
2^ 29 
.. 1 .. 


T 

2 
g 

80 


W 

3 


T 

4 

11 

. 


P 

5 
It 
19 

88 


8 

6 
13 

2d 

27 


G 

13 

20 
27 


7 
14 

21 

86 


l 
8 


8 

16 

30 


3 

11 
M 

31 


4 
11 

25 


5 

12 
19 
26 


3 

17 
21 
31 


l 
15 

n 
• 


2 

16 

n 

80 

• 


ocron 


ROTEMBEB. 


DECEMBER. 


H 

5 

19 


M 

C 

2<> 
27 


T 

11 
2! 
2* 


n 
n 


9 

r; 

n 

80 


10 

17 

2 J 
31 


s 

:: | 

>• 

IB 


s 

2 

16 

23 

80 


M 

3 

in 
17 

21 


T 
4 

n 
18 

2. 


w 

5 
12 

n 

•jr. 


T 

6 

■ 

eo 

27 


7 
N 
21 


s 
1 
8 
15 
22 

m 


7 
21 


8 

• 

86 


T 
9 

n 


w 

3 
IO 
IT 

2f 
31 


T 

tl 

> 
25 


12 

•2ft 


S 
6 
16 

SO 
27 





CALENDAR FOR 1891. 


37 


CALENDAR FOR 1891. 




JANUARY. 


FEBRUARY. 


MARCH. 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F J S 










1 


2 


3 


l 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


l 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 7 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 i 14 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 j 21 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 1 28 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 
















29 


30 


31 






.. j .. 


APRIL. 


MAY. 


JUNE. 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 








1 


2 


3 


4 












1 


2 


.. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 






24 
31 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


28 


29 


30 










JULY. 


AUGUST. 


SEPTEMBER. 


s 


M 


T 


W 
1 


T 

2 


F 
3 


S 
4 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 
1 


S 


M 


T 

1 


W 

2 


T 
3 


F 
4 


S 
5 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 




10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 




14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 




23 
30 


24 
31 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


27 


28 


29 


30 








OCTOBER. 


NOYEMBER. 


DECEMBEB 




s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


s 


M 


T 


W 


T 


F 


S 


s 


M 


T W 


T 


F 

4 


S 
5 










1 


2 


3 


l 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


21 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


18 


19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


27 


28 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


25 


26 


25 

- 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


29 


30 












27 


28 


29 


30 


31 






1 



33 



CHURCH CALENDAR FOR llll< fSAB. 



18 9 0. 
Cljurcf) (Calendar for Sid Yrar. 

pgTFOB aBFBRBHOl in FOBBOAflTIM OOHFBHTHKHS, mi.miv.-. 



January, 
l. Clrcumcialou (Wednea- 

<l:iy . 

5. '2d Sunday after Christ- 

mas. 

6. E PI I'M ANY (M01 

If, 1st S.i ii-lav after Bpiph- 

ar.y. 
19. 2d Sunday after Kpiph 

any. 
25. Conversion of St. Paul 

(Sal onlay) 

Sunday* after Bplph- 
any. 

February. 
■ I P irificatfonof the v.M. 

- pi ui 'rsiina Sunday. 

S ■■• i -■• sima Sunday. 

e-itna Sunday. 
19. A-h-'A t dm BODAT. 

I Band iy lo Lent. 
14. st. Mat tin is (Monday). 

2>J. / Kmber I) ■ - 

18, I day. Friday). 

March. 
I, Tan!)« r May (Sat unlay). 

•J. Id Sanday in Lent 
'.•. Id Bunday In Lest 
Iff, 41 b Mnnday In Lent. 
Bnaday lo Lent 
25. Annunciation of v. M. 
i in- •-■ 

SO. Sir 

U. bfoi 

April. 

i. Tom laj before I 

1 \\ . 

8. Tin; 

.'DAT. 

later liven. 
t. afond .■• 



8* St. Mark (FrM 

Sanday after Eaeter. 

May. 
1. St. Philip and St. James 

(Thurxlayi. 
1th Sunday after i 

r>th Sunday after i 

fEtosatlon-Dayc 
d iv. TUPM 
Wednesday). ' 

I8IO! Day. 

Bnnday after AaeenikML 

Will I SlMiW. 

Mou. In Whitsun-Werk. 

Tuea. In Whltaan-Week. 
) Bmber - Dati (Wed- 

n< tOOy, Friday, and 
| Saturday >. 

Juno. 
TKIMITI Sisdat. 

1st Banday after Trinity. 
St. Rarnabei (Wednea- 
day). 

Id Sunday after Trinity. 

8d Bnnday after Trinity. 
Nativity of st .John Bap 
list Tneaday). 

) St. IM-r. 

ttfa Bnnday after 1 

) ity. 

July. 

- nitv. 
6th Sunday alt. Trinity. 

Ttn Sunday aft Trinity, 
st. feme* I i ' 

Dday aft Trinity. 

AiiKUst. 

aity. 
Transfiguration > '• 

neat 
I Oth Sunday aft Trinity. 
nth Banday aft Trinity. 

I lltll Sunday nft. Tri.n 
| St 1 W. 



31. 13th Sunday aft 1 
September. 
7. 14th Bnnday aft. Trinity. 

1 1. l. r >rh Bnnday aft Trinity. 

17. f Ember 1 1 

and sat- 

I t. j urdav |, 

/ l»,th Sunday aft. Trin- 
•21. ity. 

t St. Matthew. 
88 17th Sunday aft Trinitv. 

19, st. Miehad and All 

Angc 

October. 
5. ISth Sanday aft Trinity. 

12, 19th Sunday Hft. Tl inity. 

1 8. S I Ln a 

19. 20th Sunday aft. Trinitv. 
2»i. 21*t Sunda 

15. SI Blmon and St. Jude 

T . - 

November. 
l. Ml 6 

D I Bra Trinity. 

16. 24th 8und ij 

28, Sm. 

\ '.vent ; 

D mbfla*. 

'vent, 
i.ent. 
I>ci l>av* W 
I 

20. t i 

in A ■'. 

IS OaoDTMAi Dai 

Si 9 
87. 8t J 

1st 

; . ■ ■ r Chrisi- 
* mas. 



CHUKCH CALENDAR FOR NEXT YEAR. 



39 



18 9 1. 

Ctijurcfj (Kaiottrar for Ncpt ¥tar* 

§3F°FOR REFERENCE IN FORECASTING CONVENTIONS, MEETINGS, ETC. 



January. 

1. Circumcision (Thursday) 

4. 2d Sunday aft. Christ- 

mas. 
6. Epiphany (Tuesday). 

11. 1st Sunday after Epiph- 
any. 

18. 2d Sunday after Epiph- 
any. 

9n ) Septuagesima. 

AD - f Conversion of St. Paul 

February. 

1. Sexagesima. 

2. Purification of the V.M. 

(Monday). 
8. Quinquagesima. 

11. Ash-Wednesday. 
15. 1st Sunday in Lent. 

18. / Ember-Days (Wednes- 

20. V day, Friday, and Sat- 

21. ) urday). 

22. 2d Sunday in Lent. 

24. St. Matthias (Tuesday). 

March. 

1. 3d Sunday in Lent. 
8. 4th Sunday in Lent. 
15. 5th Sunday in Lent. 

22. Sunday before Easter. 

23. Monday before Easter. 

24. Tuesday before Easter. 
05 j. Wednesday btf. Easter. 

' \ An mi nciation of V. M. 

26. Thursday before Easter. 

27. Good Friday. 

28. Easter-Even. 

29. Easter-Day. 

30. Monday in Easter-Week. 

31. Tuesday inEaster-Week. 

April. 

5. 1st Sunday after Easter. 

12. 2d Sunday after Easter. 

19. Sd Sunday after Easter. 

25. St. Mark (Saturday). 

26. 4th Sunday after Easter. 



May. 

1. St. Philip and St. James 

(Friday). 

3. 5th Sunday after Easter. 

4. J Rotation Days (Mon- 

5. y day, Tuesday, and 

6. ) Wednesday). 

7. Ascension-Day. 

10. Sunday after Ascension. 

17. Whit-Sunday. 

18. Mon. in Whit^un-Week. 

19. Tues. inWhitsun-Week. 

20. ) Ember-Days (Wednes- 

22. v day, Friday, and Sat- 

23. ) urday). 

24. Trinity-Sunday. 

31. 1st Sunday aft. Trinity. 

June. 

7. 2d Sunday aft. Trinity. 

11. St. Barnabas ^Thursday). 
14. M Sunday aft. Trinity. 

21. Uh Sunday aft. Trinity. 

24. Nat. of St. John Baptist 

(Wednesday). 

28. 5th Sunday aft. Trinity. 

29. St. Peter (Monday). 

July. 

5. 6th Sunday aft. Trinity. 

12. 7th Sunday aft. Trinity. 
19. 8th Sunday aft. Trinity. 

25. St. James (Saturday). 

26. 9th Sunday aft. Trinity. 

August. 

2. IQth Sunday aft. Trinity. 

6. Transfiguration (Thurs- 

day). 
9. llt/i Sunday aft. Trinity. 
16. 12th Sunday aft. Trinity. 

23. 13th Sunday aft. Trinity. 

24. St. Bartholomew (Mon- 

day). 
80. 14th Sundayaft. Trinity. 



September. 

6. 15th Sun day aft. Trinity. 
13. IWi Sunday aft. Trinity. 
16. ) Ember-Days (Wednes- 
18. \ day, Friday, and Sat- 

9. ) urday). 

20. 17th Sunday aft. Trinity. 

21. St. Matthew (Monday). 

27. 18th Sunday aft. Trinity. 
29. St.Michael & All Angels 

(Tuesday). 

October. 

4. 19th Sunday aft. Trinity. 
11. 20^ Sdn da y oft. Trinity. 
1Q I 21st Sunday aft. Trinity 
18 -fSt. Luke. 
25. 22<i Sunday aft. Trinity. 

28. St. Simon and St. Jude 

(Wednesday). 

November. 

1 ) All Saints. 
L ' \ 2Zd Sunday a ft. Trinity 
8. 2Uh Sunday aft. Trinity 
15 25th Sunday aft. Trinity 

22. Sunday next before Ad- 

vent. 

29. 1st Sunday in Advent. 

30. St. Andrew (Monday). 

December. 

6. 2d Sunday in Advent. 
13. Sd Sunday in Advent. 
16. i Embe? % -Days{Wedne$- 

18. V dav, Friday and Sat- 

19. ) urday). 

20. 4th Sunday in Advent. 

21. St. Thomas (Monday). 

25. Christmas-Day (Fri- 

day). 

26. St. Stephen (Saturday). 

) St. John Evangelist. 

27. V 1st Sunday aft. Christ- 
\ mas. 

28. The Innocents (Monday) 



1<) 



4STKONOMK \ I. « a l « I LATI0N8. 



Astronomical Calculations for 1890. 



be thro 



I 



eclipses. 
clipsea this year, all 



Invli Ible in the United 



Thbbi win 
States : 

l \n Ar.nui.ir E)clip8e of the Sun, June it. at 5 a.m. 

II. A Partial Gclipe «.f flu- Moon, Nnvein»M-r -Jii.at s.:ts A . M . 

ill. An Eclipse of the Sun. December 1 1 . at 10.19 \. m. 
l V . There will be a Lunar Appulse, June '->. al 1.80 lm., visible 
the [Jnited Stal 



HORNING 


STARS. 




ETENING 


ST \RS. 




Mar-. 


from Jan. 


l to Feb. 


9 


Saturn, from Jan. 


l I • 


BO 


Jupiter, 


u 


10 • -Mav 


1 


«• Dec. 


- Jan. 


l 


Venus, 


ft << 


l •• Feb. 


18 


Jupihr, " Jan. 


| u •• 


10 


. . 


•• Dec, 


8 •• Jan. 


1 


" Mav 


1 " " 


1 


Saturn. 


" Au- 


BO ■ Dec. 


8 


Mars, Feb. 
Venus, 


g .. ■• 

18 •■ Dec 


1 
;; 



THE FOUR SEASONS. 

item Standard Time.) 



Winter begins 

Spring 

Summer 

Autumn 
Winter 



Dec 81, 1889, l(KO0 lm. 

Mar«!, g I 88 10.85 LM. 

June 81, •' 6.49 lm. 

Sept 82, •' 9.16 p.m. 

Dec. 21, 8.29 P.M. 



CHURCH DAYS AND CYCLES OF TIME. 



Septuagesima Sunday ... .Feb. 2 
Bexageeima " " 

Quinquagesima " " 16 

Agfa Wednesday " 19 

Mid-Lent. Sunday March 16 

day \|>ril 4 

Easter-Day. " 6 

\ ensioD Day Ifay 16 

Whit-Sunday " 86 



Trinity Sunday In: 

First Sunday in Advent ..Not. BO 

Dominica] Letter E 

Epact t 

I - ilden Number 10 

Solar Cycle 88 

Roman [ndictioo ;; 

Dionyaian Period 819 

Julian " 



BHBER seasons. 

I, Feb. 86 88 \ March I. Mil. Sept. 17. 19, 



80. 



11. Ma\ 88, B0, Bi. 



IV. Dec. i;. 19, 8a 



July 4, 1890, the 115th year of the Independence of the 1 .8, 
17, " Mohammedan year 1808 begins. 

I | ■• Jewish j ear 566 1 begini 



41 



1st Month 


• 


JANUARY, 


1890. 




31 Days- 


THE MOON'S PHASES. 


THE SUN. 




D. 

6 
14 

20 

27 


NEW-YOBK. CHICAGO. 


PAN FUAN. 1 


o3 

c3 
1 

9 

17 

25 


NEW-YOKK. ! CHICAGO. 


SAX FRAN. 


Full Moon . 
Last Quarter 
New Moon.. 
1st Quarter.. 


H. M. 

37 mo. 

1 33 mo. 
6 49 ev. 
3 16 ev. 


D. H. M. 

5 1137ev. 
33mo. 
5 49 ev. 
2 16 ev. 


I). H. M. ! 

5 9 37evJ 

13 10 33 ev. 

3 49ev! 

016ev. 

1 


"Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. ! Rises. 

H. M.JH. M. 

4 38 ! 7 25 
4 46| 7 24 

4 55 7 21 

5 5 7 16 


sets. 

H. 11. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


7 30 
7 29 
7 26 
7 20 


4 44 

4 51 

5 
5 9 


7 19 
7 19 
7 17 
7 12 


4 49 

4 56 

5 4 
5 13 



2 


P? 


FEASTS AND FASTS. 


MORNING LESSONS. 


EVENING LESSONS. 


1 
2 

8 


W. 
Tti. 
Fri. 
Sat. 


Circumcision* 

East 


Gen. 17,1-15 
1 & 2 1-4 

3 

5 


Rom. 2 v 17 
Matt. 1 

2 

3 


DeutlOy 12 
Gen. 2 v 4 

4 

6 


Colos. 2 
Acts 1 
2, 1-22 


4 




2v22 


5 


E 

Mo. 
Tu. 

W. 

Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 

E 

Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 

Th. 
Fri. 

Sat. 

E 


2bS.af.%m. 


Isa. 41,1-22 


Mark 1, 1-16 


Isa. 42, 1-22 


1 Cor. 2 


6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 


EPIPHANY. 

Fast 


Isa. 60 

Gen. 9 

11 v 27 & 12 

14 

16 

18, 1-17 


Rom. 11.... 
Matt. 5, 1-27 

5 v 27 

6, 1-19 

6vl9&7,l-7 

7 v 7 


Tsa. 49, 1-14 
Gen.w.-Mftn, 

1-10 

13 

15 

17, 1-23 
18 v 17 


Luke3, 15-23 
Acts 4, 1-32 

4v32& 5,1-17 
5 v 17 
6 




7, 1-30 


12 


latS*ai%ipfj. 


Isa. 44 v 6 . . 


Matt. 2 v 13 


Isa. 45 


Rom. 10 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 


Fast 


Gen. 21 

23 

+24, 29-52 

25, 5-27 

26 v 12 

27, 30-46 


Matt. 8 v 18 

9, 1-18 

9 v 18 

10, 1-24 

10 v 24 

11 


Gen. 22, 1-20 
24, 1-29 
24 v 52 

25:27&26,l-7 

27,1-30 

27v46&28 


Acts 8, 1-26 

8 v 26 

9 1-23 
9 v 23 

10, 1-24 


18 




10 v 24 


19 


2irS-af,%ipjj. 


Isa. 51 


John 1 v 29 


Isa. 52,1-13 


1 Cor. 3 


20 
21 
22 
23 


Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 


Fast 


Gen. 31 y 25 
32 v 22 
35,1-21 

39 v 20 & 40 
41, 17-38 

Wisdom 5.. . 


Matt. 12 v 22 

13, 1-24 
13,24-44 
13 v 44 

14, 1-22 
Acts 22, 1-22 


Gen. 32, 1-22 

33 

37 

41, 1-17 
41 v 38 

Jer. 1,1-11.. 


Acts 12 
13, 1-26 
13 v 26 
14 


24 
25 


Conversion of St. Paul. . . 


15, 1-30 
26 


26 


E 


3i>^.af.%ipjj. 


Isa. 54 


Matt. 4 v 12 


Isa. 55 


2 Cor. 4 


27 
28 
29 
30 
31 


Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 


Fast 


Gen. 43, 1-15 
44, 1-14 
45, 1-16 

46:26&47,1-13 
48 


Matt. 15,1-21 
15 v 21 

16 

17 

18, 1-21 


Gen. 43 v 15 
44 v 14 

45vl6& 46,1-8 
47 v 13 
49 


Acts 16 y 16 
17, 1-16 
17 v 16 
18, 1-24 















* The Collect, Epistle, and Gospel for the Feast of the Circumcision shall serve daily until 
the Feast of the Epiphany. 1 29-52 indicates that verses 29 and those up to verse 52 are to be read, 
and all similar abbreviations are to be thus interpreted. 

Note.-— The Special Lessons for Lent and the other Seasons are given in their order. 






ti Month. 



FEBRUARY, 1890. 



Js Days. 



THE MOON'S PHASES 



THE SI'N. 



rn»s. 



■ax r»A*. 



1>. II. M. 

Full M 



II M. II. M. 

II or. 

. 10 M 1110. 

i H mo. 
B mo. 



— II. V. II. M. ft. M. II. M. II. M. U. U. 

17 1 6 iT~22 

• 7 1 :> 2^ 6 58 6 81 

10 5 47 6 N 



i: 

8 Mo. 

4 Tu. 

5 w. 
6Th. 
7 Fit 



FEASTS AND FASTS. 






Qen IK • I8v21 



Purification of V. M 1 Bam. 8... 



h. 



Past 



a 7,1-u 

'.U-13 



H> Mn. 

11 Tu. 

ta w. 

i:;Th. 

14 Fri Fast. 

16 Sat 



^cvagesinu. 






Ex, IS, L-S9 

13.. 
1 . . 
17... 
19... 
I 23,1-30 



Matt. :». 



NO LE88ONS. 



I 9 T 21 



Jer. 22 v : 



Gal.8:i:^-4.i-s Hag, 2, 1-1" 1 John j 



: 27 Ex. -.. ..• Acts 20,1-17 
. 1,1-17 4, 1-24 

.1-14 21.1-S7 



SI, L-28 

23, 1 1 5 



8 \ 1<J 



Matt. ••.... 
Matt. 

34,1 20 

M i a • 

8& : I 
8ft, 1-80 









Ex. 

14 

16 

18 

- 






27. 1-18 

.7 v |fl 

88, 1-17 
28 v 17 



16 E o}uinqu;incsina Liini - ^ i-i7Matt7 bam.8,1 : t- i; : .h. 3 



17 Mm. I . 28, ' Kmim. 

Is | M M804-19 87, 1 3 

W W. ASH-WEDNE8DAY 4 -- laa, 58 Lata 18 .... Joaah 12, l-is 

20,Th. 2d Day of Lent 69, 1-17 Mark 11 1 Bom, 1 

21 Fri. 3d Day of Lent Hto.7 Hatt 12.1 22 Zepb. L.... 

4th Day of Lent kmoa 8... 



12 v 



E I ii ^. HI ^mt.- .»er. 7. Ml Matt 10 fer. ph. 4 

~ ^ , g t Matthias 1 sam. 2v27 John 6 v 47 ha. 

| 5th Day of Lent . 
. 6th Day'of Lent. . . . 
7th Day Ember-Day.. 

I. 8th Day of Lent 

28 1 :. D iv Ember-Day • 



Zecta. i Matt.i-. i 24 / 

B I 

| . 1 I" 1 | II 3 V 

I j7 U y 22 20 

Ifl i |8 M 



n a Feast-Day occurs upon a 801 . the Lessor* 

<■■ i.tkI Tbankeglvlng. Tin- Collcrt for b6Wd dally In 

Lent. »firr • 

One <»f the two prayer*. "For ttio-r wlio nr.> to hr n.lmlttrn lot 
Ord era." to be oaed dally. ________ . 



43 



3d Month. 




MARCH, 


1890. 






31 Days. 


THE MOON'S PHASES. 


THE SUN. 




D. 

6 
13 

'-'0 
28 


NEW-YORK. 


CHICAGO. 


SAN FRAN. 


DO 

A 
I 

9 

17 

25 


NEW-YORK. 


CHICAGO. 


SAN FRAN. 










Full Moon 

Last Quarter.... 

New Moon 

1st Quarter 


H. M. 

1 47 ev. 
11 5 ev. 
4- 1 ev. 
4 3'2 ino. 


H. M. 

47 ev. 
10 5 ev. 
3 1 ev. 
3 32 mo. 


r>. h. m. 

5 10 47 mo. 

8 5 ev. 

1 1 ev. 

1 32 mo. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


Riseg. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

If. M. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


6 35 
6 22 
6 8 
5 54 


5 50 

5 59 

6 9 
6 18 


6 34 
6 21 
6 8 
5 55 


5 51 

6 
6 .9 
6 17 


6 32 
6 20 
6 8 
5 55 


5 53 

6 1 
6 9 
6 17 



g 


£ 


FEASTS AND FASTS. 


MORNING LESSONS. 


EVENING LESSONS. 


1 


Sat. 

E 


lOthDay of Lent— Ember- 
Hay * 


Ezek. 34 v 17 


Matt, 17 v 14 


Ezek.37,1-1 


Titus 1 


o 


2irSxtn-m^uf 


Ezek. 14.... 


Luke 10, 1-25 


Dan. 3 


P n l, 5 v 15 & 
^P 11 * 6, 1-10 


3 
4 
5 

6 

7 
8 


Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 


llth Day of Lent 

12th Day of Lent 

13th Day of Lent 

14th Day of Lent 

15th Day of Lent 

16th Day of Lent 


Job 1 

2 

3 

9 

14 

19 


Matt. 19,1-16 
19 v 16 
21 v 28 
24, 1-29 
24 v 29 

Markl v 21 


Gen. 7 

8 

13 

18 v 16 
19, 12-30 
21, 9-22 


Rom. 5 

8, 1-22 

8 v 22 

9, 1-18 

9 v 18 
15, 1-22 


9 


E 


&r£un.tnf«it 


Ezek. 18 v 20 


Mark 9, 1-30 


Dan. 5 


Rom. 14 


10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 


Mo. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 


17th Day of Lent 

18th Day of Lent 

19th Day of Lent 

20th Day of Lent 

21st Day of Lent 

22d Day of Lent 


Job 27 

28 

29 

30 

31 v 4.. 
32 


Mark 2, 1-18 
5,1-21 

5 v 21 

6 v 45 
7, 14-31 

8 v22 


Ex. 17 

Lev. 19, 1-19 

Num. 13 v 17 
14, 1-26 
15 y 17 

Josh. 7 


1 Cor. 4 

5 

6 

9,1-24 

10vl2 

14 v 26 








16 


E 


4tij£.ro$mt. 


Mic. 6 


John 5 v 24 


Dan. 6 


Phil. 1 


17 

18 
19 
20 

21 

22 


Mo. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th. 

Fri. 

Sat. 


23d Day of Lent 

24th Day of Lent • 

25th Day of Lent 

26th Day of Lent 

27th Day of Lent 

28th Day of Lent 


Job 38, 1-19 
38 v 19 

39 

40 

41 

42 


Mark 9 v 33 
10, 1-17 
10, 17-35 
10 v 35 
12, 1-18 
12 v 18 


1 Sam. 3 

4.... 
16...: 

28, 1-21 

2Sam.24,l-15 

24 v 15 


2 Cor. 2 

6 

7 

12, 1-16 

Gal. 6 

1 Thes. 2 


23 


E 


$tfcS. in fmt. 


Zech. 13.... 


Luke 21 


Dan. 7, 1-19 


Phil. 3 


24 
25 

26 

27 
28 
29 


Mo. 

Tu. 

W. 
Th. 
Fri. 

Sat. 


29th Day of Lent 

j AOTOTCIAT'N V. M. 

1 30th Day of Lent 

31st Day of Lent 

32d Day of Lent---- r -- 
33d Day of Lent... f.'. 
34th Day of Lent 


Deut. 28,1-15 

Gen. 3, 1-16 

Deut,28,15-47 

28 v 58 

30 

Jer. 13, 1-15 
13 v 15 


Luke 11 v 29 
1, 39-57 
12, 1-22 
12,22-41 
12 v 41 

John 5,1-24 
12 v 20 


1 Kgs. 9,1-10 
1 Sam.2,1-11 

1 Kgs. 10,1-14 

2 Kgs. 6,1-24 

22 

Ezra 9 

Jer. 18, 1-18 


2 Thes. 2 
John 1, 1-19 
Heb. 3 

5 

6 
8 
10 v 28 


30 


E 


S>,hdox&€mhx 


Zech. 9 v 9.. 
wen. ^ j_ 1T 


Matt. 26.... 


Dan. 9 


John *£** 


31 


Mo. 


Monday before Easter • - • 


John 14.... 


Num. 20.1-14 


I Cor. 10, 1-1 2 



* Ember-Day— One of the two prayers, ' 
Orders" to be used. 



bor those who are to be admitted into Holy 



I [ 



4th Month. 



APRIL, 1890. 



:{() Days. 



TIIK MOONS ill V.sKS. 






irw -ii. uk. 









• 



lU il «T. 



Tin: -i Eft. 



i 


IBW-Vik. 


• lll< A0O. 


BAM nfti. 


M. U. 


II. M. 


II. W. .1. M. 




Set*. 

II. v. 


i 
• 
it 
n 


ft 44 
5 » 

4 4 


4 44 


& II 4 *4 
ft 3« 

4 * 4 40 


ft 44 

ft 22 
ft 90 

ft » 


4 f3 

444 

4 44 



X > 



FEASTS AND FASTS. 



MOKNISG I • 



ETE*J!1G LESSONS. 



1 Tu. 

2 w . 
WTh. 

4 Fit 

5 Sat. 



Tuesday before East>. ' I •' ■ ■ ■ U ^ 1-16 

laf before Easter Zeeb. 1!.... 
Thnrsday before Easter. Bz. 1»>. 4 L6 l 7 

GOOD-FRIDAY' Gen. 22, l LI 1- U 

Easter-Even 81 L«kt M I B< D. I 

i v n 



,; ,: (£asttr-§aj 



Bz. L«, i 29 Ma': 2 ... 



7 Mo. 

9 W. 
HNTh. 

11 Fit 



Monday in Easter-Week • Kx. ft Y 23 Lake 24,1 : ... tort kfl 

Tuesday in Easter- Week. I ■ »Jobn21,l 1 21 ▼ M 

Judgei 4\iuS L,,kr B 

L-ld 14 

Past 15.... \ 1 16 'Eph. 1 



17 A IS, 1-11 • v 48 18 v 11 



13 -e lst.§. af. (fast. i-u. **■ i ^ : ^ 






14 Mo. 

15 Tu. 

L6 W. 

17 Tli. 
L8 l-'ii 



I ;isf 



Rntfa • Luke 10 v 25 Roth A . .. . Bph. I 

l Bam. i . . . 11,1-29 l 5a 

llrS B 6 
4 

fl [2, 22-41 7 I 

8 12 v 41 3 



20 K 2b jS. af. (ffasi.fl«* 1;; - 1 Bowm..., i 



lio 

Tu. 
W. 
Th. 

Kn. 



14 1 

1-11 



St. Mark. 



Mm. 1'. .. Col. 1 

M 19 I 

3 
4 

Murk 1. I 

Ltf I S.uu. | I i, 1 



» :3b *, af. iast 



Joel 8 v 9 



Ho. 

w 



I I MMioA f o5 



n.. 



m, 









5 

4 

18. 1-lfi .-. :. 



•OooD-FRiDAT.-ProperPiftltw, A.M., 22,1 1.88. 

\M f thr PnlB, " () cnmp.lpt umln;: " '.. .»».*. A.M., 

2,5T,iii; r.M ., a::. :n t i ir». iy<«;>«t Preface tn tin* Communion Bervloe, and i rei 

Note ai.ho. That the Old ] appointed for Kaatcr l*Ymay ae fHlerciunged 

the one for the other, at the discretion of the 



45 



5 til Month. 



MAY, 1890. 



31 Days. 



THE MOON'S PHASES. 


THE SUN. 




D. 

4 
11 

18 
'26 


NEW-TOKK. 


CHICAGO. 


SAN FRAN. 


09 

Q 

1 

9 

17 
25 


NEW-YORK. 


CHICAGO. | SAN FRAN. | 


Full Moon.. 
Last Quarter 
New Moon . 
1st Quarter. . 


H. M. 

4 9 ev. 
11 21 mo. 

3 18 ev. 

5 34 ev. 


H. M. 

3 9ev. 
10 21 mo. 

2 18 ev. 

4 34 ev. 


H. M. 

1 9 ev. 

8 21 mo. 
18 ev. 

2 34 ev. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

n. m. 


Rises. Sets. 

H. M.JH. M. ! 


4 55 
4 45 
4 36 
4 30 


6 59 

7 8 
7 16 
7 24 


4 58 
4 49 
4 41 
4 35 


6 56 

7 4 
7 12 
7 19 


5 2 6 52 i 

4 53 7 1 
4 45 7 71 
4 40 7 1 1 



Th. 
Fri. 



3 Sat. 



FEASTS AND FASTS. 



SS, Philip and James. . • ■ 
Fast 



MORNING LESSONS. 



EVENING LESSONS. 



Isa. 61 

lSam.30,1-26 
2 8am. 1.... 



John 6,22-59 

Luke 18 v;,18 

19, 1-28 



Zech. 4.. 

1 Sam. 31. 

2 Sam. 2,1-18 



Acts 15, 1-32 
2 Thes. 1 
2 



4E 



4tyS.af.fel 



Micah 5. 



Acts 5. 



Nahum 1... . 



1 Thes. 3 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 

Fri. 
Sat. 



Fast. 



2 Sam. 4.... 

6.... 

7 v 18 

11.... 

13:37&14,l-26 
15vl6 



Luke 20,1-27 

20v27 

21.... 

22, 1-31 

22, 31-54 

22 v 54 



2 Sam. 5.... 

7, 1-18 

9... 

12, 1-24 

15, 1-16 

16, 1-16 



ITim. 



E 



5t{j j5,af.fel 



Zech. 8.... 



Acts 6. 



Zech. 10... 



IThes. 4 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 

Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 



Rogation-Day.— Fast. . Deut. 8. . . 
Kogation-Day.-Fast. . . 1 Kgs.8,22-44 

Rogation-Day. -Fast . . ! Jer. 14 

ASCENSION-DAY. * .... I 2 £gs. 2, 1-23 
Fast 1 Kgs. 1 v23 

h Ch 28:20& 



Matt. 6 v 24 Deut.28,1-15 
Luke 11,1-14 Isa. 64. 



John 6,24-41 
Luke 24 v 44 
John 1 v 29 
2 



E 



§&. UL ^SWttStt. I Joel 2 v 21. 



John 17. 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 



Fast. 



E 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 

Th. 
Fri. 

Sat. 



Mond, in Whitsun-Week. 
Tues. in "Whitsun-Week. . 
Ember-Day .-Fast 

Ember-Day.-Fast 

Ember-Day. -Fast 



lKgs. 5.... 

7, 1-27 

8, 1-22 

8 v 54 

1.0, 1-14 

11, 1-26 



John 3 v 22 
4, 1-31 
4 v 31 
5, 1-24 
5v24 
6, 1-22 



Hab. 3... 

Dan. 7,9-15 

IChr. 28,1-11 

29 vlO 



James 1,1-18 

4 

5 

Eph. 4,1-17 

Titus 2 

3 



Zeph. 3. 



1 Kgs. 6,1-15 

7 v27 
8, 22-54 
9, 1-10 

10 v 14 

11 v 26 



Heb. 



Deut. 5. 



I : 

Heb. 12 v 14!Isa.l0v33&ll 



Acts 19 v 11 



Gen. 11,1-10 
Ezek. 36 v 25 
Isa. 6, 1-9 
2Chr 16&17,1-U 

Isa. 61 

Ezek. 13, 1-1 7 



1 Cor. 14 v 20|Num. 11, 16-31 1 Cor. 1! 
Acts 2, 12-22 1 Sam. 19vl8 Gal. 5. 
Luke 6, 12-24i Jer. 31 v 27. J 
t * o ^ ft JlKgs.lo:25&16, 

John 8,1-21 1-8 

Luke 10, 1-25! Jer. 42, 1-13 1 Cor. 2 
12, 1-13 Ezek.14, 1-121 9 v 7 



Heb. 4 v 14 & 

5, 1-11 



1 Cor. 1 v 18 
Heb 11 



* Ascension-Day— Proper Psalms, A.M., 8, 15, 21 ; P.M., 24, 47, 103. Proper Preface In 
Communion Service, and on seven days after. 

t Whit-Sunday.— Proper Psalms, A.M., 48, G8 ; P.M., 104.145. Proper Preface in the Commu- | 
nion Service, and on six days after. Ember. Week.— One of the two prayers," For those who are 1 
to he admitted Into Holy Orders " to be used daily. 



16 



Oth Month. 



JUNE, 1890. 



90 Days. 



Tin: MOON'S I'M LSBS. 



J»EW T* 






D. H. M. II M. 1> W. X. 

Full Moon.. 1 ' 

I 

Non Boon . M i 56 no. 'i 66 mo. 
| tarter. . K 8 B I no. ~ 51 mo. 



TIIK -IN. 



1 
j 

w 

•J.-. J 



n. m. 



R. M. II M. II. If 



35 4 > 3 80 



4 86 7 19 

: M 

• : R 

4i 4 30 r as i i' 7 m 



RIOML 



s«u. 



a 


£ 


1 


i: 


>J 


Mo. 


1 


Tu. 


4 


W. 


5 


11,. 


1 


Fri. 


7 





FEASTS AND FASTS. 



MORNING LI 






<T nnttn-^uni).* &•■.! A - ; M*tt ■ ,;,i; - - v 4 • 



1 Kzs.2 • 

89t41 Iti • 

SOhr U f 21 •'-■ 

l *H • ■ ' • llrfMblS, i IOSKm 2.... 

I *»^ t i, 8 II i 

UL1-41 6,1-24 



B Jst ?.gf.ftU.P«- 3 Acts 8v2Gen. 6... 



, M i 

l" Tu. 
LI W. 

ia 'i'h. 

l:: Fri. 
U Sat 



St. Barnabas.. 
Fast 



K . >. 1-16 John 14.... 2Chr.21... 
2 Chron 22 15.... 2 Kg* 9 

Mai. 2, 1-11 Arts I v 28 [« 
BKca.10, 1-18 John 1*U-1<; '2 K 



1 John B 



James 



! I'- •■ v 



1 Tun 






2Cbr.28.... 

I Kg* 13... 






17. 



lb e 2b $, ;if. <Tnn. ***• 8 s™£ Act9 •« ] M 



L6 Mo, 

17 Tu. 

18 w. 
l9jTh. 

20 Fit 






(i.n.15,1-19 






Fast. 



2Ki;s.l5,8-32Johnl- f I John 2 

16 v 5 10,1-25 IKgi IT, 1-24 3 

17 1 l'.. •. 18, I 4 

2Chr.29,l-21 20 i-i«/:chr.o*3i.i-2 



82,1-90 
[aa. 8 



20 v L9'S K_- 
81, 1 Lfi 



- ' lib §. ;if. cTrin. <"*»■ : < : v^cuiq .... ta 



28 M • . 

24 Tu. 

25 W 

2«;Th. 



Nat, 8t. John Baptist- 



. K - .' 21 acta 1 > 

Ma!. 

Ban i •: \ 



) John 
. Job*. 



JTiin. 

Matt; ~T~ 
14.1-18 



•j.s 


Fri. Fa>l 

Bat . 


4 :;... 

8 4 1 7 


4 




E 1 1 h £.ai Sim 

8t. iPeter 


. \ tall Gob 

lohn 2] Z» ■:. 


l*&A-10 


M 


Mo. 


Exra 8T21 A ^V-u* * ! E«r. 9 


Matt 5 v 27 



' Tri x i rv SrsPAY nonunion Bai 



4? 



7th Month. 



JULY, 1890. 



31 Days. 



THE 


MOONS 


PHASES 








THE SUN. 








D 

2 

g 


NEW-YORK. 


CHICAGO. 


SAN FRAN. 


09 

A 


NEW- YORK. 


CHICAGO. 


SAN FRAN. 


Full Moon.. 
Last Quarter 
New Moon.. 
1st Quarter. . 
Full Moon.. 


II. M. 

9 23 mo 
11 43 ev. 
7 49 ev. 
9 44 ev. 
4 24 ev. 


H. M. 

8 23 mo. 
10 43 ev. 
6 49 ev. 
8 44 ev. 
3 24 ev. 


H. M. 

6 23 mo. 

8 43 ev. | 
4 49 ev. 
6 44 ev. 
1 24 ev. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


31 


1 
9 

17 
25 


4 27j 7 41 
4 32 7 38 
4 38 7 34 
4 45' 7 27 


4 32 
4 37 
4 43 
4 50 


7 35: 4 38 
7 33 4 43 
7 29! 4 48 
7 22 j 4 55 


7 29 
7 27 
7 23 

7 18 



31 



Tu. 
W. 

Th. 
Fri. 

Sat. 



Fast.. 



E 



StjrS.^Criu. 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat 



E 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 



FEASTS AND FASTS. 



Fast. 



GijrS.af.Crm. 



MORNING LESSONS. 



17 



Ezra 10, 1-20 Acts 5 

Neh. 2 1 6 

5 7,1-30 

7 v 73 & 8 7 v 30 



EVENING LESSONS. 



13 V 151 



Neh. 1... 
4... 
6 & 7, 1-5 

12 : 43 & 13, 1-15 

8,l-26Esth.l&2,l-8 



Gen. 49.... 'Acts 14. 



Esth. 5 . . . . [Acts 9, 1-23 

7& 8,1-3 9 v 23 

2 10,1-24 



Job 



Ex. 3. 



Fast. 



Job 12. 
14. 
16. 
19. 
22. 
24. 



10 v 24 

11... 

12... 



Acts 15, 1-31 



Acts 13 v 26 
14... 
15, 1-30 

15 : 30 & 16, 1-16 
16 vl6 
17. 1-18 



Gen. 50. . . 

Esth. 6... 
Job 1... 

3... 

5... 

7... 

9... 

Ex.5:5&6,l-9 

Job 13... ~ 
15, 1-17 

17 

21 

23 

25 & 26 



Matt. 6, 1-19 
6vl9 & 7, 1-7 

7 v 7 
8, 1-18 
8 vl8 



Heb. 10 



Matt. 9 v 18 
10, 1-24 
10 v 24 
11 

12, 1-22 
12 v 22 



Heb. 11 



Matt. 13, 24-44 
13 v 44 
14 

15, 1-21 
15 v 21 
16 



E 



7th S.af.Critt. 



Ex. 9 via. 



Acts 17. 



Ex.10v21&11 



Heb. 12 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 



t, James 



Job 29... 

31... 

33... 

35... 
2 Kgs. 1,1-17 
Job 37... 



Acts 18, 1-24 
18:24 & 19, 1-21 
19 v 21 
20, 1-17 
Luke 9 v 46 
Acts 20 v 17 



Job 30 

32 

34 

36 

Jer. 26, 1-16 
Job 38 



Matt. 18,1-21 

18v21 

19, 1-27 

19:27&20,1-17 

Mark 1,14-40 

Matt. 20 v 17 



E 

Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 



Bty3.$Mxm 



Ex. 14 



Acts 20 v 7.. 



Ex. 17... 



Heb. 13 



Job 41 Acts 2 £ 2 l$ 

Pl'OV. 1, 1-20 22 : 22 & 23,1-12 

4 23 vl2 

12 24.., 



Job 42. .. 
Prov.lv 1-20 

10... 

13... 



Matt. 21 v 23 
23, 1-15 
22 vl5 
23 



"The saints of God are hidden. They die and angels form their cortege. Death does 
not separate us, rather it unites."— Bishop Grafton. 



18 



Mil Month 



Lat( Qaarta 

. irter. 

Full v 





AUGUST, 


1890. 31 I) 


1VS. 


MOON'S 


PHASES. 


the aim. 




. Ml. S'.O. IAX fEAH. 


i 

17 


KEW-TORE. CUV 


•am nui, 


II M 

11 10 mo. 


1! M. II M 

B i8d 
10 18 n 

7 19 i 
11 


RlMt.l ScU. Rlacs.l Set*. 

II. U. II. u. n. *. II. M. II. H. 

5 i 
- 5 12 6 68 


M. H. 

7 11 
1 ■ 



FEASTS AND FASTS. 



l Fit Past. 



be mh S.af.&rm. 

4 M«>. 

5 I 

W. Transfiguration 

7 Th. 

Fast 

9 Sat 

io e" JOth$af.(Trin 



11 Mo. 

12 Tu. 
L8 W. 

14 Th. 

15 Fri. Fast. 
10 Sat 



MiiKNIMi l.l>M.NS. 



Ptot. 14.. 



ArN -;, 



Num. K. 1-41 Art- 84. 






15..., 
Nun I 



Matt.- 1 



.Tnmo 



Pror. 86 lota W v l- ftroY. 85.... Matt I ! 

BT.... 88.... 

Ex I v ... Mai. 4 v a 17. : 

Proy.80.1 1- Rom. 1 IVov. 31 vlO 

i.... 9. ... Reclea, 8..., 



4.... 



Leti 80 Num. *J4 v 8 



•J7.1--7 



"J 



I. 7 ... Rom. •'... . Matt. 23.... 

. 6. .. Mark 1. 1-81 

li.... ; . . l v 81 

■Jer. I.... B rcr.2,1 80. - I 8 



wp ntbS.af.iTruv 



1- Mm. 

19Tu. 

80 w. 

•Jl Th. 
22 Fri. 

M B 



Fast. 



JO*. T v 21 Rom. 12.... Jer. 8 

18*,., 

11 14.... Jl ,:.i_i4 

U 15.... ;-30 



12th* iif.iTrm. 

Bt, Bartholomew 



86 M-. 

80 Tu. 

81 w 
88 Th. 

Fait. 



i: luth^.af.cTnn 



20 
4, 1-19 



10. 






8 v 13 



Deat 4,1-86 Mutt. L8 l>rut.4.-J5-4l Jai 



17. 
19. 



16.... 18,1-18 6 v 30 
1 Cor. I.... 81 

Dtat •'■.. . . tfatt -',' g Daat 7 Jan 

88 v 10 John l v 43 



l6Tl61IVt.'--r.*- 



J( :•. ... ! Cur. ■ . 

: -IT 
88.... 4. 



.. 



1>. -ut. '.» v <>.. 



7... 



8 



I 30 



Matt - 



84. 

:;r. 






M 5 



1 In th.- \f , :mjv. th.- ( luinh emphasize* IOC \:i*t importance 
she ntjaehea to uniformity."— Bisaor Beckwitu. ■ 



49 



9th Month. 



SEPTEMBER, 1890. 



SO Days. 



THE MOON'S PHASES. 





D. 

5 
14 
21 

28 


NEW-YORK. 


CHICAGO. 


Last Quarter 
New Moon . . 
1st Quarter.. 
Full Moon.. 


H. M. 

10 29 ev. 
2 53 mo. 
5 5 ev. 
8 Omo. 


H. M. 

9 29 ev. 
1 53 mo. 
4 5 ev. 
7 mo. 



D. H. M. 

7 29 ev. 

13 11 53 ev. 

2 5 ev. 

5 Omo. 



THE SUN. 



NEW-YORK. 



Rises. 

H. M. 



5 25 

5 34 

5 42 

5 51 



Sets. 

H. M. 



6 35 

6 21 

6 7 

5 52 



Rises. 

H. M. 



5 27 

5 35 

5 43 

5 51 



Sets. 

H. M 



6 

6 19 
6 
5 53 



Rises. | Sets. 

H. M.!H. M. 

5 29 j 6 31 

5 36; 6 18 

5 43 6 5 

5 5i| 5 53 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 



E 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 



E 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 

Th. 
Fri. 
Sat. 



Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 

Th. 
Fri. 

Sat. 



E 



Mo. 
Tu. 



FEASTS AND FASTS. 



Fast. 



14tJjS.al®nn 



Fast. 



ISfy^MMxin' 



Ember-Day.— Fast. 

Ember-Day.- 
Ember-Day.- 



-Fast. 
-Fast.. 



St.Matthew 



Fast. 



17ij?g-af.Crin. 



St. Micbael and All Angels 



MORNING LESSONS. 



Jer. 



41.. 
43. . 
44 v 
46... 

50 v 21 



15 



Deut. 33.... 



Lam. 1 

3, 1-37 

Ezek.l 

3 



Ilvl4 



Joshua 23. . 



Ezek.18,1-19 
20, 1-27 
Deut. 18 v 15 
Ezek.33v21 
2Kgs.2,l-23 
Hos. 4,1-10 



Judges 4 

lKgs. 19... 



Dan. 2 v 24 
4, 1-19 
5.... 

7..., 
9.... 
11, 1-30 



ISam. 12... 



ICor. 9. 
10. 
11. 
12. 
13. 
14. 



Matt. 25 . 



1 Cor. 15 v 35 
16.... 

2 Car. 1.... 
2.... 
3.... 
4.... 



Mark 4. 



Joshua 24. . 



2 Cor. 6.... 

7 ... 
Acts 1,1-10 
2 Cor. 9... 
Acts 4,1-13 
4, 13-24 



Mark 13 ... 
Luke 5v27 



2 Cor. 12. 
13.. 



Gal. 



Luke 13.. 



Gen. 32 Acts 12, 1-24 

Hos. 4, 1-13! Gal. 6 



EVENING LESSONS. 



Jer. 40.. 
42... 
44, 1-15 
45... 
50, 1-21 
51 v 54 



Deut. 34 . . . 



Lam. 2, 1-20 

3v37 
Ezek. 2... 

7... 

9... 

12vl7 



Ezek. 18vl9 
20 v 27 
lK^s.13,1-27 
Ezek. 34.. 
Jer. 6, 8-20 
Micah 3 v 5 



Judges 5.. . 
lChr.29,1-20 



Dan. 3 

4vl9... 



10 

11 v 30 



1 Sam. 17.. 



Dan. 10 v 4 

H0S.5:8&6,1- 



MarkMlv27& 
12, 1-1 3 
12, 13-28 
12v28 
13 
14, 1-26 
14, 26-53 



1 Peter 1 



Mark 15,1-42 

15 v 42 & 16 

Luke 1, 1-26 

1, 26-57 

1 v57 

2,1-21 



1 Peter 2 



Luke 3 

4, 1-16 
2 Cor. 4 
Luke 5, 1-17 
2 Cor. 5 
Heb. 13, 7-22 



1 Peter 3 
Mark 2 v 13 



Luke 6 v 20 

7, 1-19 

7, 19-36 

7 v 36 

8, 1-22 

8,22-40 



1 Peter 4 



Rev.l4:6&15 
Luke 9, 1-18 



* Ember- Week.— One of the two prayers, "For those who are to be admitted into Holy 
Orders," to be used daily. 



loili Month. 



OCTOBER, 1890. 



SI Days. 



1) M. M. I). II. M 

I 



THE - 


I 

1 
9 
17 


>«W-TO«K. 


ha* r»A.x. 


11. U. 

:> HI 
6 6 


u. H. 

5 |fi 


li. W. 11. M. 11. W. II. H. 

5 « 
• 

6 28 S 8 



41 

1 W. 

•J Th. 

it" 



M .. 

7Tu. 

a w. 

•>TI. 



FEASTS AND FASTS. 



MiiKMMi I.K-Mi.SS. 



last 



8.... Bpb. l . 
lift IS 

n.... 

: 1 15. 



Hosea 1" Lake 0,18-43 

1.. I L5 
Joel 1 

•-'. IB 



I 8th S>« af.iTrin i rhi,,n - i: - Lukr i* 



AjnoslA3,l-€ Eph, 

. Phil. 1... 

(ft. 



IN.. 1.1..— .-S- 



:-.\i-\:i l Petal I 



..... Luke 11 r99 



10 Fri. Fast Jonah 1....; 



1 1 Bat 



3.... Colos. 1... 



( tbadiah 

Jonah '..... 
i . . . . 



] - B 1 nth ?.;if.lTrin ! Kga.«,l-l6JLokel%1 » ! 



L3 rU 

•j Pel r 1 



13 Mo. 

It Tu. 
La W. 

16 Tli. 

17 Fri Fast. 



Hieafa 3.... Coloe, 3... 

:..... 4 . 
7.... l Thee. L.. 
Kaham ..... 
Hab. I.... 



L88at St. Luke Eoclua -.;•;■ Luke 1, 1-*J4 



0* 20tfr£.ai&rin« ' King»iT..Uobn 3,1 



30 If a 

21 Tii. 

22 w. 
: I l 

•_•{ F11 Fael 



Ztj.h. l\... 1 Thes. 5... 
S.I.... 

Zech. 1.... 

B.... 

;..... 1 Tim. 1. .. 
8 . . 



36 B 21 Si £ .;if. (Mill 1 Kings 19.. 



John 7. 



Zech. 11.... 1 Tun. ♦.... Zech. I 

1 S3. Simon and Judo lea. 38,9 L9JoliD 14 v !" 

39 W, Zech. IS.... 1 Tim. :>.... Zoch. 1» 



• 



Zeph. ■ L8,l-18 






M il. 



1 . .. 






• 



tf . . t Luke . I 

••.... 15 T 11 
tfahum 1.... 16, 1-13 

-'.... 17 
Isa. 38..., Actl L 1 15 



81 Fri. Fast 1 8,l-13....l2Tim. 1...J 3 v 13 A 4 jg 1 Jjj8 

• I 
Bu 



51 



11th Month. 



NOVEMBER, 1890. 



30 Days. 



THE MOON'S PHASES. 


THE SUN. 




D. 

4 
12 
19 
2ti 


NEW-YORK. 


CHICAGO 


SAN FRAN. 


00 

A 


NEW-YOEK. 


CHICAGO. 


SAN PRAN* 


Last Quarter 
New Moon . . 
1st Quarter.. 
Full Moon.. 


H. M. 

11 13 mo. 
8 37 mo. 
7 44 mo. 
3 23 mo. 


H. M. 

10 13 mo. 
7 37 mo. 

6 44 mo. 

7 23 mo. 


H. M. 

8 13 mo. 
5 37 mo. 

4 44 mo. 

5 23 mo. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


Rises. 

H. M. 


Sets. 

H. M. 


1 

9 

17 
25 


6 34 
6 44 

6 54 

7 4 


4 54 
4 44 
4 37 
4 31 


6 30 
6 40 
6 50 
6 59 


4 57 
4 48 
4 41 
4 36 


6 28 
6 37 
6 45 
6 54 


5 
4 52 
4 45 
4 41 



» 


& 


FEASTS AND FASTS. 


MORNING LESSONS. 


EVENING LESSONS. 


1 


Sat. 


All Saints' Day 


Wis. 3,1-10 


Heb. 11: «* 12 » 


Wis. 5,1-17 


Key. 19, 1-17 










2 


E 


22fcS.af.Crhi. 


2 Kings 19. . 


John 8, 1-48 


2 Chron. 36. 


1 John 1 


3 
4 
5 
6 

7 


Mo. 

Tu. 

W. 

Th* 

Fri 


Fast 


Wis. 4 v 7 
7 v 15. . 

9 

16, 1-14 

Ecclus.l 

3, 1-24 


2 Tim. 3.... 

4.... 
Titus 1.... 

2.... 

3.... 
Philemon. .. 


Wis. 6,1-22 
8, 1-19 
13...., 
19 

Ecclus. 2. . . 
4... 


Tnkp 23 v50& 

LUKe ^ li3 

24vl3 

John 1, 1-29 
1 v 29 

2 


8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 


Sat. 




3, 1-22 


E 


23trS.Ef.CniT. 


Pro*. 1.... 


John 9 


Prov. 2.... 


1 John 2.... 


Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 
Th. 
Fri 


Fast 


Ecclus.9 vl5 

& 10, 1-18 

15 

18, 1-15 

21, 1-14 

24, 1-19 

30:21 & 31, 1-12 


Heb. 2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7..... 


Ecclus.l0vl8 

16:26&17,l-20 

18 v 15 

22:23 & 23, 1-10 

24 v 19 

34 v 13 


John 4, 1-31 

4 v31 
5, 1-24 

5 v 24 
6, 1-22 


15 


Sat. 




6,22-41 


16 


E 

Mo. 
Tu. 

W. 
Th. 
Fri 


24t^S.af.Crm. 

Fast 


Prov. 3.... 


John 10,1-31 


Prov. 8.... 


1 John 3.... 


17 

18 
19 
20 
91 


Ecclus.39vl3 
42:17 & 43, 1-11 

47, 1-12 
51.... 

Isa. 1 

3, 1-16 


Heb. 9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

James 1 


Ecclus.41,1-14 

44.... 

50, 1-25 

Baruch 4vl9 & 5 

Isa. 2 

4 


John 7, 1-25 

7 v 25 
8, 1-21 

8 v 21 
9 


22 
23 

24 
25 
26 

27 
28 


,Sat. 




10,1-22 


E 

I 


&.mziM.%W 


Mai. 3 & 4... 


John 16.... 


Eccles.ll&12 


Jude 


'Mo. 
Tu. 
W. 

Fri. 


Fast 


Isa. 6 

8, 1-18.. 
9 v 8 
10v20 

12 

14, 1-24 


James 3 

4.... 

5.... 
1 Peter 1. . . . 

2... 

3.... 


Isfc. 7 

8:18 & 9,1-8 
10, 1-20 

11 

13 

17 


John 11,1-21 

11,21-47 

11 v 47 & 12, 1-20 

12 v 20 

13, 1-21 


29 


,Sat. 




13 v 21 


30 


E 


lst£-in&i>bmt 

St. Andrew 


Isa. 1, 1-28 
Num. 10 v 29 


Luke 1, 1-26 
John 1,29-43 


Isa. 2 

Isa. 55 


Rev. 1 
Johnl2,20-42 



* Thanksgiving Day, unless some other day be appointed by the Civil Authority. Special 
Sentences : Psalm instead of the Venite. One of the selections or some other portion of the 
Psalms, which may be said or sung. The Lessons Deut. 8 ; 1 Thess. 5 : 12-24. Special 
Thanksgiving after the General Thanksgiving : Special Collect, Epistle, and Gospel. 

t The Collect, Epistle, and Gospel for the twenty-fifth Sunday after Trinity shall be used. 



UMh Month. 



DECEMBER, 1890. 



81 Days. 



TIIK Moons PHASES 

M. I IAX mAH. 



JI1K Bl N. 



LaM «, 

v .•. Boob h 10 
Full Moon 



11 .v. 



I. II m d I 'i 

8llev. 






S«U. RUe... SeU. R1m«.| 8«U. 

II. M. II. W. ||. U. II. M. ||. y. n. M . 



1 7 in 
7 |fl 

•.'•■ 7 ^ 






13 4 83 7 7 4 88 
881 4 mi 1714 44 



3 * 

1 Mo. 

2 In. 

:; w. 
•i Tii. 



FEASTS rlO FASTS. 



Fat*. 



« 2b$.in^bbcnt 



- M . 
g Til 

10 w. 

11 Th. 

Fast. 



n E 



oit^.m^bmt* 



15 Mo. 

16 Tu. 

17 \V. 
L8 Th, 
L0 Pit 



MOKMNU I ; 



; r« ir •■!•;.... 



h I*. 

85 . 
2J . . 



'J 
l Jofci 1. 



i -20 takel,28 M 



. 



10, l-i- l John I., 

51 4... 

... 
B5, ... \! John.... 
41 f l-17»Jokn.... 
48, l r. Judo 



'.., J 1 —IN*. 



Isa. 11*, L-18Jofan 14 



28,1-14 






. I.-a. 



V Is 



18 

18, l 16 

17 



I 



.John I 
17 81, 



Lul, 25, 



foa, 



•11 v -J I A 

•tf 



0:17 J IS, I I 21 v |6 



Lake l < 51 I 8 



Re<7. 



2 v 18 4 
8.1-7 
I 



Isa. 



3 



t7.... 

Part /er. 28, 1-16| John I ? 28 Jor, Mi. 4,1-17 

N:i. 49 v 18 Rev. 8 Isa. 50 

Ember-Day.- Fa at Jer. 96, 1-30 John 5 v 33 Mai. 2 .... I I too, B 

Ember-Day. -Kant .... fcttL 8, i-K3 Luke 18,85-* 8 f 18 J 4 2 Tim. 



EirlkT-Day-- 



21 i: 



:naw..: ■**»* B « *** W 



.folmU.l-ir, 



•j.' M<>. 
28 T... 
24 W. 

Chrietmas-Dayt 



! • . 



68 ... Rev. H. ., 

:>7 M.. 

51* 

w, 1-SLoke 9, l 



I -a. 



15 



10 l 



If 

l-ll 



36jFri St. Stephen Gen. 4, I H \ ••'•a'. ,1-1 J H 

• St. John the Evangelist * 7UJohn 18,21-86 to. 1 8J 



i: 






Ist.J^.af.Cjrriu Ui :;: ' ! - ,; ' 

The Innocents- . . : :. 1-1- M.ut.lM II 49 v 

Isa. 61 K. v. 16 villa 82. 

<;..... 1-18 

, 1-8 *> 






29 



haeof the uvo p ny rt, "For tix>»e wiio art to tv admitted into Holy 

u«ed iIhIJv. 

Paalroa, A.M.. 19, IS, ar»; I\M.. 88, I P O f fcOl In 

• • Ice, and on » 



EASTER DAYS. 



53 



P STafile of tije Wagn on toijtcfj SHaster totll JPali 

FOR 50 YEARS, VIZ. : 1881 TO 1930, INCLUSIVE. 

In continuation of the Table, ending 1880, given in the Book of Common Prayer, and 
also showing the date {new style) observed by the Eastern Church, 



i 


a 
*d o 

3 


c3 


c3 u 

P. £ 

P a> 
02 h3 


Easter. 


Eastern 
Church. 


u 

e3 


p 
C5 


o 

03 


1* 

p +=■ 

CZ3^ 


Easter. 


Eastern 
Church. 


1881 


1 





B 


April 


17 


April 


24 


1906 


7 


5 


G 


April 15 


April 15 


1882 


2 


11 


A 


a 


9 


" 


9 


1907 


8 


16 


F 


Mar. 31 


May 5 


1883 


3 


22 


G 


Mar. 


25 


" 


29 


1908 


9 


27 


E D 


April 19 j April 26 


1884 


4 


3 


FE 


April 


13 


a 


20 


1909 


10 


8 


C 


" 11 " 11 


1885 


5 


14 


D 


a 


5 


" 


5 


1910 


11 


19 


B 


Mar. 27 ( May 1 


1886 


6 


25 


C 


a 


25 


" 


25 


1911 


12 





A 


April 16 April 23 


1887 


7 


6 


B 


" 


10 


a 


17 


1912 


13 


11 


GF 


" 7 


tt 7 


1888 


8 


17 


AG 


" 


1 


May 


6 


1913 


14 


22 


E 


Mar. 23 


" 27 


1889 


9 


28 


F 


« 


21 


April 


21 


1914 


15 


3 


D 


April 12 


" 19 


1890 


10 


9 


E 


" 


6 


it 


13 


1915 


16 


14 


C 


" 4 


" 4 


1891 


11 


20 


D 


Mar. 


29 


May- 


3 


1916 


17 


25 


B A 


" 23 


" 23 


1892 


12 


1 


CB 


April 


17 


April 17 


1917 


18 


6 


G 


" 8 


" 15 


1893 


13 


12 


A 


u 


2 


" 


9 


1918 


19 


17 


F 


Mar. 31 


May 5 


1894 


14 


23 


G 


Mar. 


25 


it 


29 


1919 


1 


29 


E 


April 20 


April 20 


1895 


15 


4 


F 


April 


14 


« 


14 


1920 


2 


10 


DC 


u 4 


" 11 


1896 


16 


15 


E D 


it 


5 


u 


5 


1921 


3 


21 


B 


Mar. 27 


May 1 


1897 


17 


26 


C 


a 


18 


u 


25 


1922 


4 


2 


A 


April 16 


April 16 


1898 


18 


7 


B 


" 


10 


it 


17 


1923 


5 


13 


G 


" 1 


" 8 


1899 


19 


18 


A 


" 


2 


" 


30 


1924 


6 


24 


FE 


" 20 


" 27 


1900 


1 


29 


g 


" 


15 " 


22 


1925 


7 


5 


D 


" 12 


" 19 


1901 


2 


10 


F 


" 


7 « 


14 1 


1926 


' 8 


16 


C 


u 4 


May 2 


1902 


3 


21 


E 


Mar. 


30; " 


27 


1927 


9 


27 




u 17! 


April 24 


1903 


• 4 


2 


D 


April 


12 " 


19 


1928 


10 


8 


A G 


« 8 


" 15 


1904 


* 5 


13 


CB 


u 


3 » 


io; 


1929 


11 


19 


F 


Mar. 31 


May 5 


1905 


6 


24 


A 


a 


23 


" 


30 


1930 


12 





E 


April 20 


April 20 



54 



< \! KNDAR, 



A < A L i:> I> A It 

For ascertaining | GU Present Century. 



1801 t.» tooo. 



ls.,1 1* 















13* 



S l 



• 






! » 

B 



1803 ism is-r. 1831 1812 : 



1805 1H11 






1845 181 I • ism ... 









. ■ 



1810 1891 



lory, ttrst look in the table of years 
r>r the voar required, and under the 

r to the 

. . 

umnj of daj - 

.now wiiat day of the 
•. ill be on in the j car 
the (able • I 
1878, and hi ■ parallel line ui 

J. which direct i to column 4, 
In which »t will be n« that May 1 
falls on Sunday. 






• 1892 5 



18M 

181S 18 

1820 
1894 






1844 1878 
1848 1876 












1 1 



29 



B 1 



l I 



i 1 



7 I 

5 7 



M 

1 

V, 

'I 
Friday 

Saturday 
8nndap 

v, 
'. 

S 
M 

> 

I 

; 



__ 



Thursday 

Saturday 
Sunday 
Monday 

A y 

Thursday 

Friday 

Sunday 

>'> 

-day 



Wodaatda] 



i Wedi 
2 Thu 

lay 

■ I 

.V 

10 Fri- 
ll Saturday 
12 Sunday 

lrt Tli 



1 Thursday 

lay 
4 Sund '/ 

\ w 

in Sal 
11 s'//>. 

15 riiuraday 

i s . 

lay 

21 \V, 

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• 10 CtH. 

M! I other pi 

papers, and all matter of the second, third, and fourth ild \» pre 

paid ; unless forwarded 

GK>ld ind lilrer money, jeweli and pi mj other art 

,.•!• liable to customs duties, are excluded from foi 
owing; postage mud be prepaid: To Bolivia, 

ota 

•ughl like ; 
poet office, for any sum lese than | 
the note ii payable to bearer at anj time within three months, at the n 
order office designated 



Value of Foreign Coins in United States Money. 





\ A! ' 1 

M OHRABY TJHIT. STANDARD. IHl 8 BTABDAl OOIM*. 

M fflTAT, 


Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Chill 


Florin Silver 40 1 

(."l.i and silver. ,19,0 :>. io. aa 

IfUreii of i" 1 . 

Peso Gold and ■liver, .91,8 Condor, doubloon, i 



Cuba . 



Gold and sil\ • 



Denmark 



• 

Britain. 

hi Em- 
pire, 
Hawaiian Isl« 

niuls 

India 







Silver 

Piaster Gold 

Franc (Jold and lilver. 

Pound sterling Qold 

Drachma Gold and silver. 

Mark Qold 



1-10, : s. If, if. «n«l 

loon 

Krones 100 I 
.*), ii sea. 

.,10,30, 50 and lOOdrschmaa, 



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Dollar .. <1 LOO 

Rupee of 16 annas. S ilver .... 

m and diver, .19,1 

Yen BUver 97,< 



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Mllreli of 1000 reii Gold 

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BISHOPS OF THE CHURCH. 



57 



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Province of Canterbury. 



SEE. 


Income. 


BISHOP. 


Cons. 


Trans. 


Canterbury 


£15,000 
10,000 

6,500 

5,000 

4,500 
4,200 
4,500 
4,200 
5,000 
5,000 
5,500 
3,000 
4,500 

4,200 
4,500 

4,200 
5,000 
5,000 
4,200 
3,000 
4,200 
4,500 

4,200 
3,000 


Edward White Benson, D.D., Lord 
Archbishop, Primate of all England 
and Metropolitan 

Edward Parry, D.D., Bishop-Suffragan 
of Dover 


1877 

1870 
1869 

1888 

188S 

1886 
1864 

1888 
1884 

1889 
1874 
1883 
1857 
1859 
1861 
1863 
1886 
1877 
1878 

1885 

1888 
1868 
1868 

1881 

1888 
1885 
1SS5 
1869 
1885 
18S3 
1870 
1867 

1882 
1889 
1884 






1883 


London 


Frederick Temple, D.D 


1885 




R C. Billing, D.D., Bishop-Suffragan 
of Bedford 






A. Earle, D.D., Bishop-Suffragan of 
Marlborough 




Winchester 

Oxford 


T. E. Wilkinson, D.D., Assistant 
Bishop, for British Subjects in North- 
ern and Central Europe 

Edward Harold Browne, D.D., D.C.L.. . 

G-. H. Sumner, Bishop-Suffragan of 
Guildford 

William Stubbs, D.D 

James Leslie Randall, M.A., Bishop- 
Suffragan of Oxford 


i873 
1889 






St. Davids 

Llandaff 


William Basil Jones, D.D 

Richard Lewis, D.D 

John Thomas Pelham, D.D 




Norwich 




Bangor 


James Colquhoun Campbell, D.D 

Henry Philpott, D.D 

Charles John Ellicott, D.D 

Lord Alwyne Compton, D.D 




Worcester 




Gloucester and Bristol . . 
Ely .... 




Rochester 

Lichfield 


Anthony Wilson Thorold, D.D 

William Dalrymple Maclagan, D.D 

Charles H. Bromby, D.D., Assistant 
Bishop 




Hereford 

Peterborough . 


Sir L. T. Stamer, JBt., D.D., Bishop- 
Suffragan of Shrewsbury 

James Atlay, D.D 

William Connor Magee, D.D., D.C.L. .. 

John Mitchinson, D.C.L., Assistant 
Bishop 










F. H. Thicknesse D.D.. Bishop- 
Suffragan of Leicester 




Lincoln 


Edward King, D.D 

John Wordsworth, D.D 

Lord Arthur Charles Hervey, D.D 

Edward Henry Bickersteth, D.D 

George Howard Wilkinson, D.D 

Richard Durnford, D.D 




Salisbury 

Bath and Wells 

Exeter 

Truro 

Chichester 




St. Albans 


Thomas Legh Claughton D D 


1877 


St. Asaph 

Southwell 


Alfred Blomfield, D.D., Bishop-Suffra- 
gan of Colchester 

Alfred George Edwards, D.D 

George Ridding, D. D 





M 



BISHOPS OP I ii B CHI RCH. 



Province of York. 











York 


£10,000 
7,000 


William Thonipoq, I> l> 




Dart iMi 

RlpOD 

1 • ■ i- 


Joseph H:irlM : | 1 D . !» | I. 

Willlmo oter, D.D 
- John .1 ■ i y 1 1 > - . D.D. 



II. in y War . M A 

i in Pnrneae. . . 
.1 tinea ftfoorbonse, D.D 

•John \\ . M A 

.John Charlet R . D i> 

Erneel l • . D.D 

W. Wa.»!::.!ii 11"". 






1 

kettar 

• 11**1 Man 

••""l 

New castle 

Wakefield 


1890 .... 
1886 



(T'bc (fburcb in Sfrtlmtb, 



Province of Armagh. 



Armagh 

I MT 

Down, Oonnor and Dro- 
mors 

Kilmorc. Elphin and 
Ardago 

Mrath 

Ti;am. Killala and A<h- 




Dublin, GleDdakragb and 

K . | 

I and 

. .. 
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B 

• and 



• 



Coot. Tran». 



I 

C U. BU k. D.D. 



William RMYM, DJ). 

1,000 Samuel Shone. MA. ... 
1,600 0. P. EteicheL D.D 



1886 

1864 



Bon. Ctoorlee Brodrick Bernard, D J). . 1883 
»,800 William Alexander, DJ) 



Province of Dublin. 






Lord Plnnket D.D. I labop, 

Ireland ami M 



William Pakenham Walah. D.D 



Mauri. - 

William Beimol Chatter, DJ) 

- . !• D 



on 



I8M 



1878 



BISHOPS OF THE CHURCH. 



59 



Cjrt (SEpternpl Cjwrrlj hi Scotland 






SEE. 


Income. 


BISHOP. 


Cons. 


Trans. 


Moray, Ross and Caith- 
ness 




J. B. K. Kelly, D.D 

Hon. Arthur Gascoigne Douglas, D.D.. 

Alexander Chinnery Halclane, LL.B 

HughWiilonghby Jermyn,D.D.,Pr*mws. 

John Dowden, D.D 

William T. Harrison, M. A 

Charles Wordsworth, D.D., D.C.L 


1836 

1883 
1883 
1886 
1886 
1888 

1853 




Aberdeen and Orkney.. 
Argyll and the Isles. . . . 

Brechin 

Edinburgh 




Glasgow and Galloway. . 

St. Andrew's, Dunkeld 

and Dunblane 





}t &\pxxt\ in frxfrns unit fyt Cnlfluiea. 

Colonial Bishops. 



Adelaide 

Algoma 

Antigua 

Athabasca , 

Auckland 

Ballarat , 

Barbadoes and Wind- 
ward Islands 

Bathurst , 

Bloemfontein. : 

Bombay 

Brisbane 

British Honduras , 

Calcutta 

Caledonia 

Calgary 

Capetown 

Christ Church, N. Z..., 

Colombo 

Columbia , 

Dunedin 

Falkland Islands 

Fredericton 

Gibraltar 

Goulburn 

Grafton and Armidale > 

Grahamstown 

Guiana 

Huron 

Jamaica 

Lahore 

Mackenzie River 



£1,200 

820 

2,000 



900 



1,000 

800 

400 

c. 2,000 

1,250 



4,000 



700 
1,200 

c. 1,700 
600 
450 
600 from 
S.A.Soc. 

10 000 

End. F. 

1,000 



1,200 
800 
inter, on 

10,000 
800 
2,000 
1000 
550 
1,500 



George W Kennion, D.D 

Edward Sullivan, D.D 

W. W. Jackson, D.D 

Charles J. Branch, D.D., Coadjutor 

Richard Young, D.D 

W. G. Cowic, D.D 

Samuel Thornton, D.D 

Herbert Bree. D.D 

Charles Edward Camidge D.D 

G. W. H. Knight-Bruce, D.D 

Louis G. Mylne, D.D 

W. T. T. Webber, D.D 

The Bishop of Jamaica holds jurisdic- 
tion for the present. 

E. R. Johnson, D.D., Metropolitan in 
India and Ceylon 

W. Ridley, D.D 

At present under the Bishop of Saskat- 
chewan. 

W. W. Jones, D.D., Metropolitan 

H. J. C. Harper, D.D., Primate and 
Metropolitan, 1867 

R. S. Copleston, D.D 

George Hills, D.D 

Samuel T. Nevill, D.D 

}* Waite H. Stirling, D.D 

John Medley, D.D., Metropolitan, 1879. 

H. T. Kingdon, D.D. , Coadjutor 

C. W. Sandford,D.D 

Mesac Thomas, D.D 

y J. Francis Turner, D.D 

Allan BecherWebb, D.D 

William P. Austin, D.D., Primate 

Maurice S. Baldwin, D.D 

Enos Nuttall, D.D 

H J. Matthew, D.D 

William Carpenter Bompas, D.D 



1882 
1882 
1860 
1882 
1884 
1869 
1875 

1882 
1887 
1886 
1876 
1885 



1876 
1879 



1874 

1856 
1875 
1859 
1871 



1869 

1845 
1881 
1874 
1863 

1869 

1870 

1842 
1SS3 
1880 
188S 
1874 



1883 



1884 






N y. 



BIBHOPt < >F i ii R 'iir i:< 11. 
Colonial Bishops —Continued. 



Madras 



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R.Ca m J>.D.,LL.D.,il 
K. Sarjrmt, D.D., p 

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>n, D.D 

I : i 
• B m D I'.. I.I. D 
. . John Hordes, D.D 

Bdu erd Tow oson C ton, 1 1 . 1 1 
Andrew B. Bnter, DJ) 




Inter, oi 
Endow ' 



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000 Bi 1 



Roperteland . 



I 

I 
Bt Helena i 

Rt John's, KalTraria.. . . 

tchewan 

►ore, Labnan, and 

B :\vak 



ini i.. . 
DtO . 

Trinidad.. . 
In.... 

;'ii 

WeUu 



Bn. 6 800 

Bndow't 

Enter, on 

Fr. Leitb 

Trnsl 

£460with 

eSOOfr'iij 

II. B i 
180 



' .i. r, Pennon, D.D., i.i. i».. 

D !> 

\ w ^> toe. D.D 

ii nilton. D.D.. D.C.L 

G ii Stanton, D.D. 

Prederick < tonrtney D D 

I J. T. Lewis, D.D 

H. H. Parry, D.D 

n B. Botujfleld, D I) 

Hon. A .1 AASOn, M A 

.i. w. Williams, D.D 

M ; lei Siraclian. D.D 
La 



M.D.. 



sydnrv Linton, D.D 



EL Ma.-],; lV . D.D.. LI..D., 

politan 



1861 

1879 
1888 
I860 

1880 

is^ 

i8*ra 

1864 

1881 



M • 






900 

Ofl i 
8,000 

1,400 

1,000 
160 



Thomas B. Welby, d.d 

Bransby Lancelot K 13 ,D.D 

Cyprian Plnkham, D.D., D.C.1 

Brnest Oraham Ingham, D.D 

Qeorga Prederick Hose. D D 

\ B • D d . D.ci. , Primate and 

Metropolitan.. 

Daniel Poi Sandford, i.i. D 

Arthur Swritmau, D.D . D.C.L 

J. T. Haj - Dei 

.John Shaw Bnrdon, \n^ 

Edward C. smart. D D 

0. Ha Lllold 



Centra] Africa 

II B< 'lillll 

r 



N R "ii 

I h Da 

Mid China 

Znlnlaad 

I ;alorial Af- 
Anglican Bishop 



Missionary Bishops. 

I harlot aJan Bmytfclee, d.d.. . . 
.... Vlfred Willis, D D 

R k Keatell Cornish, D D 
. . .lohn Richardson >< In j n, D.D. 

B \ < Iron th , D.D 
i Scott, D.D 

0. B. Monle, D.D. 









M c I'D . . 



K ev. Q. F. Popham Blyth, MA. 



1MV2 

1881 
1884 

1877 



1864 
1880 



:-: 






1889 



STATISTICS. 



61 



STATISTICS OF THE ANGLICAN COMMUNION 



FOR THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1890. 



Hiifllant! antr Scales. 



Dioceses - 

Archbishops ..... 

Bishops (Including 10 Suffragan, 3 Assist- 
ing Bishops and 1 Coadjutor) - 
Deans ------ 

Archdeacons .... 



34 


Rural Deans ... 


c.800 


2 


Benefices 


- C. 14,000 




Curates and Unbeneficed Clergy 


C. 7,000 


46 


Population .... 


25,974,439 


28 


Acres 37,551,567 — Sq. Miles - 


- 58,674 


86 


Church Sittings 


C. 6,465,000 



firelanti. 



Dioceses - 
Archbishops • 
Bishops 
Deans - 
Archdeacons 



Benefices 
Curates 
Square Miles 
Population 



- 1,248 

343 

32,513 

5,174,836 



Scotlatiti. 



Dioceses 
Bishops 
Deans 
Clergy- 
Parsonages 



7 
282 
125 



7 | Churches 
Schools •- 
Square Miles 
Population 



- 245 

96 

29,600 

3,735,573 



Area of Colonies, etc. 

Area of India (inclusive of Protected 

States) - - - c. 1,750,000 sq. m. 

Population of Colonies, etc., c. 11,000,000 
Population of India - c. 252,000,000 



33ritis|) (Eolonfes, Kntria, etc, 

c. 6,000,000 sq. m. | Dioceses - 



Bishops (including 2 Coadjutor, 3 Assist- 
ant and 12 Missionary Bps.) - 80 
Clergy c. 3,300 



IKniteo States of America* 



Area in square miles 

Population 

Dioceses 

In Foreign Lands, 



c. 8,000,000 
c. 51,000,000 

62 



Missionary Episcopal Jurisdictions - 17 
Bishops (including Missionary) - 72 

Clergy c. 3,700 



Suntmao. 

** BISHOPS. 

England (Including 2 Archbishops, 32 Bishops, 10 Suffragan Bishops, 1 

Coadjutor, and 3 Assist. Bps.) --....- 46 

Ireland (including 2 Archbishops) ....... 13 

Scotland, ...........7 

British Colonies, India, etc. ........ so 

United States 78 

Retired Bishops 22 

Total - 241 



CLERGY. 

c. 21,000 
c. 1,600 
c. 2S0 
c. 3,300 
c. 3,700 



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at Aberdeen, Scotland, by Bishops Kilgour, Petrie, and Skinner, Scots Bishops. 
Bishop Seabury was Presiding Bishop 1789, October 2. Senior Bishop, 1784-1796, 
11 years, 2 months, 11 days. First Bishop of Rhode-Island, November 18, 1790, to 
decease, 1796. In orders 42 years, 2 months, 4 days. Assisted at only one con- 
secration, that of Bishop Claggett. 

2. Senior Bishop 1796-1836, 40 yrs., 4 mos., 22 days. Bishop 49 yrs., 5 mos., 13 days. 

In orders 65 yrs., 6 mos., 24 days. Consecrated 11 Bishops in Christ Church, 
Philadelphia, and 15 elsewhere ; 26 in all. 

3. Consecrator of Bishop Claggett, assisted by Bishop of Connecticut (and Rhode- 

Island) and Bishops of Pennsylvania and Virginia. Resignation offered, 1801, 
as Bishop of New-York, but House of Bishops declined to receive it, giving con- 
sent to the consecration of an Assistant Bishop, Sept. 11, 1801 — Bishop Moore. 
Nos. 2 and 3, Bishops White and Provoost were consecrated in the Chapel of Lam- 
beth Palace, London, England, Feb. 4, 1787, by Archbishop John Moore, of Can- 
terbury, assisted by Archbishop William Markham, of York (who presented), 
Bishop Charles Moss, of Bath and Wells, and Bishop John Hinchliffe, of Peter- 
borough. 

4. Consecrated Bishop of Virginia, in the Chapel of Lambeth Palace, by Archbishop 

Moore, of Canterbury, assisted by Bishop Beilby Porteus, of London, and Bishop 
John Thomas, of Rochester. Bishop Madison was the third and last Bishop of 
the American Church consecrated by the Bishops of the Anglican Church. 

5. In Trinity Church, New- York, by Bishop Provoost, assisted by Bishops Seabury, 

White, and Madison. First consecration of a Bishop in the United States, and 
the Succession of the Anglican and the Scots Episcopate was here united. 

6. Consecrated in Christ Church, Philadelphia, by Bishop White, assisted by Bishops 

Provoost, Madison, and Claggett. 

7. Consecrated in Philadelphia by Bishop White, assisted by Bishops Provoost and 

Claggett. 

8. In Trinity Church, New-Haven, Conn., by Bishop White, assisted by Bishops 

Provoost and Bass. 

9. Consecrated Bishop Coadjutor for the Diocese of New- York, in St. Michael 1 s 

Church, Trenton, N. J., by Bishop White, assisted by Bishops Claggett aud 
Jarvis. 
10. In Trinity Church, New-York, by Bishop White, assisted by Bishops Claggett. 
Jarvis, and Moore. Died within three months, without having performed one 
episcopal act. 



70 NOTES ON THE AMERICAN EPISCOPATE. 

11. In Trinity Church," New- York, Bishop Coadjutor, by Bishop White, assisted by 

Bishops Provoost and Jarvis. Performed episcopal duty for New-Jersey until 
the election of Dr. Croes, and was, provisionally, the Bishop of Connecticut, 1816 
to 1819. 

12. First and only Bishop of " The Eastern Diocese,'" including all the New England 

States, except Connecticut, being the present Dioceses of Maine, New-Hampshire, 
Vermont, Massachusetts, and Rhode-Island Consecrated in Trinity Church, 
New-York, by Bishop White, assisted by Bishops Provoost and Jarvis. 

15. Consecrated Suffragan. Became Second Diocesan, Sept. 17, 1792, on the decease of 

Bishop Claggett. 
18. Resigned Sept., 1831, as Bishop of Ohio. In 1835, chosen First Bishop of Illinois. 

In 1843 became Presiding Bishop. 

21. Bishop July 17, 1836. Resigned and was suspended Oct. 21, 1844. In 1856, restored. 

22. Bishop Nov. 11, 1841, upon the death of Bishop R. C. Moore. 

24. Suspended Jan. 3, 1845. 

25. Deposed Oct. 14, 1853. 

26. Born in Dublin, Ireland. Elected Rector of Trinity Church, Pittsburg, before be- 

ing a candidate for Holy Orders. In 1865 became Presiding Bishop. 
27 Born in Bristol, R. I., Jane 13, 1794. Presiding Bishop 1868-1884. 

30. For several years Provisional Bishop for Mississippi and Florida, and Acting 

Missionary Bishop for Arkansas, Louisiana, and the Indian Territory. 

31. First Missionary Bishop in the American Church. Jurisdiction, at first, Missouri 

and Indiana, afterward extended to Wisconsin and the North-west, the territory 
now embraced in the States of Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, and Wiscon- 
sin. The 26th and last Bishop consecrated by Bishop White. In 1838, elected 
Bishop of Maryland, but declined. In 1847, elected Bishop of Wisconsin, but 
declined. In 1854, again elected Bishop of Wisconsin, and accepted, resigning in 
1859, as Missionary Bishop of the North-west, after 24 years' service. 

32. Deposed Sept. 3, 1878, in the 74th year of his age, and the 43d of his Bishopric. 

33. Consecrated Second Missionary Bishop, being Bishop of Arkansas and. the Indian 

Territory S. of 36° 30', with Provisional charge of Alabama, Mississippi, and the 
Republic of Texas. In 1841 elected First Bishop of Louisiana, and accepted, 
resigning his Missionary Jurisdiction. Shot during the civil war, while ap- 
pointed Major-General of the Confederate forces. 

38. In 1884 became Presiding Bishop. 

39. March 14, 1862, became Bishop of Virginia, on the death of Bishop Meade. 

40. In 1838 elected Bishop of Maryland, but declined. Feb. 15, 1843, became Bishop of 

Massachusetts. 
42. By invitation, Provisional Bishop of New-York, Dec, 1849, till Sept. 20, 1852, after 
the suspension of Bishop Onderdonk. 

46. Fourth Missionary Bishop, Second Missionary Bishop of Arkansas and the Indian 

Territory, S. of 36^°, with supervision of the Church in Texas, entitled Mission- 
ary Bishop of the South-west. 

47. Resigned jurisdiction Oct. 12, 1850, as Missionary Bishop in the Dominions and 

Dependencies of the Sultan of Turkey. 



NOTES ON THE AMERICAN EPISCOPATE. 71 

58. First Missionary Bishop sent to Africa from the American Church (Fifth Missionary 

Bishop). Resigned jurisdiction Oct. 21, 1871. 

[54. Jan. 13, 1865, became Fourth Bishop of Connecticut, on the death of Bishop 
Brownell. 

55. Sept. 20, 1852, became Second Bishop of Illinois, on the death of Bishop Chase. 

56. Born in Liverpool, England, Feb. 24, 1792. 

59. Consecrated Missionary Bishop (sixth in order). In April, 1857, elected Bishop of 

the Diocese. 

62. April 30, 1861, became Bishop of New r York, on the death of Bishop Onderdonk. 

64. In 1847, elected Bishop of Indiana, but declined. Found dead by the roadside, 

while travelling to meet an appointment. 

65. In Oct., 1874, two Missionary Jurisdictions, viz.: of Northern Texas and Western 

Texas, were set off. Bishop Gregg remained in charge of the other portion, re- 
taining his title of Bishop of Texas. 

66. Nov. 12, 1874, elected charge of new Diocese, and became First Bishop of Northern 

New-Jersey. Name changed to Newark in 1886. 

67. March 13, 1873, became Bishop of Ohio, upon the death of Bishop Mcllvaine. In 

1875, the Diocese of Southern Ohio was organized. The Northern Diocese re- 
tained the old title, and Bishop Bedell chose it and remained Bishop of Ohio. 

69. Born in Richmond, Va., Dec. 6, 1823. In 1859, consecrated Missionary Bishop of 

Arkansas and the Indian Territory. April 1, 1869, translated to Easton, a new 
Diocese organized 1868, from the Diocese of Maryland. 

70. Born in Alexandria, Va., Sept. 5, 1816. In 1860, consecrated Missionary Bishop of 

the North- west, a new jurisdiction, including Nebraska, Dakota, Wyoming, 
Colorado, New-Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Montana, and Idaho— nearly 900,000 square 
miles. In Oct., 1865, he was translated to the Diocese of Indiana, and became 
Assistant Bishop. August 26, 1872, became Second Bishop of Indiana, on the 
death of Bishop Upfold. 

71. Born in Bath, Maine, July 13, 1815. Practised medicine about five years in Savan- 

nah, Ga. In 1862, consecrated Assistant-Bishop of Pennsylvania. July 4, 1805, 
became Fourth Bishop of Pennsylvania, upon the death of Bishop Potter. In 
1865, a new See formed in the Western portion of the State as " The Diocese of 
Pittsburgh/' In 1871, another See was created as " The Diocese of Central Penn- 
sylvania." In 1868, Bishop Stevens was appointed by the Presiding Bishop to 
take charge of the American Episcopal Churches on the Continent of Europe, 
which position he held for six years, being succeeded, in 1874, by Bishop Little- 
john, of Long Island. 
74. Born in Mendham, New-Jersey, May 10, 1818. Became Bishop of Western New- 
York April 5, 1865, on the death of Bishop De Lancey. 

79. In 1874, Bishop Williams was relieved of the China Mission, and his title changed 
to that of Missionary Bishop of Yedo, with jurisdiction in Japan. Resigned, 
1889. 

81. Born Dec. 11, 1822, in Kent Co., Del. Consecrated Nov. 15, 1866, Assistant^Bishop 
of Kentucky. In Nov , 1873, sent resignation to Presiding Bishop. In Dec, 
1873, held in New- York a meeting to found the schismatic body known as " The 
Reformed Episcopal Church.' 1 June 24, 1814, deposed. June 26, 1876, died. 



72 NOTES ON THE AMERICAN EPISCOPATE. 

82. Born Sept. 6, 1830, in the city of New-York. May 24, 1870, became Second Bishop 

of Wisconsin, on the death of Bishop Kemper. 
84. In 1867, consecrated Missionary Bishop of Montana, Idaho, and Utah. In 1880, 

Montana set off, and Dec. 8, 1880, Bishop Brewer consecrated Missionary Bishop 

of Montana, Bishop Tuttle retaining title as Missionary Bishop of Utah and Idaho. 

In 1886 was elected Bishop of Missouri and accepted. 
87. April 5, 1876, became Bishop of Virginia, upon the death of Bishop Johns. In 

1877, the State of West- Virginia was erected into a new Diocese, and May 30, 

1878, Bishop Peterkin was consecrated its first Bishop. 

90. In 1868, consecrated Second Missionary Bishop of Oregon and Washington Terri- 
tories. In 1880, Washington Territory set off, and Dec. 8, Bishop Paddock con- 
secrated. 
94. In 1886 elected Assistant-Bishop of Pennsylvania and accepted. 
97. Oct. 17, 1879, became Fifth Bishop of Maryland, upon the death of Bishop Whit- 
tingham. 

100. At the General Convention of 1883, the boundaries of Niobrara were altered, and 
the name changed to South-Dakota. 

103, Jan. 4, 1881, became Fourth Bishop of North-Carolina, on the death of Bishop 
Atkinson. 

105. In 1875, Fond-du-Lac was created a Diocese from the Northern portion of Wiscon- 
sin, and Dec. 15, Bishop J. H. H. Brown was consecrated Bishop of the new See. 
In 1886 name of Diocese was changed from " Wisconsin" to " Milwaukee." 

109. In Oct., 1877, resignation of jurisdiction of New-Mexico and Arizona accepted. 
Elected to Diocese of Easton, 1887. 

114. At the General Convention of 1883, the name of the Diocese of Illinois was 
changed to that of "Chicago." 



Total number of Bishops, .... 152 

Deceased, ------- 80 

Bishops now living (Nov. 1st, 1889), - - 72 
Of which number six have resigned their jurisdictions. 



Sbxtzzmxsm of S>mwx §is|r0p* 

Bishop Seabury from November 14, 1784, to February 25, 1796. 
Bishop White from February 25, 1796, to July 17, 1836. 
Bishop Griswold from July 17, 1S36, to February 16, 1842. 
Bishop Chase from February 16, 1842, to September 20, 1852. 
Bishop Brownell from September 20, 1852, to January 13, 1865. 
Bishop Hopkins from January 13, 1865, to January 9, 1868. 
Bishop Smith from January 9, 1868, to May 31, 1884. 
Bishop Lee from May 31, 1884, to April 12, 1887. 
Bishop Williams since April 12, 1887. 



TABLE OF DIOCESAN CONVENTIONS. 



73 



TABLE OF DIOCESAN CONVENTIONS FOR 1890. 



£ ° a 

SO a> 
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59th.. 

21st., 

18th.. 

40th.. 

22d. . . 

19th.. 

53d... 

4th... 

103d . 

104th. 

7th... 

23d... 

47th. 

16th.. 

68th. . 

53d . . . 

37th.. 

31st . . 

62d. 

24th.. 

52d.. 

71st.. 

107th. 

100th . 

56th.. 

44th.. 

33d... 

63d... 

51st.. 

23d... 

16th. 

90th.. 



33 118th. 



107th. 
74th.. 
73d... 
37th.. 
106th. 
25th.. 
13th.. 
100th. 
100th. 
16th.. 
13th.. 
58th.. 
41st.. 
100th. 
95th.. 
16th.. 
53d... 
13th.. 

7th... 



8th... 
16th.. 
16th.. 
16th.. 
11th.. 

ioth'.' 

11th.. 



Diocese. 



Alabama 

Albany..: 

Arkansas 

California 

Central New- York 

Central Pennsylvania. 

Chicago 

Colorado 

Connecticut. 

Delaware 

East-Carolina 

Easton 

Florida 

Fond du Lac 

Georgia 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Long Island 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Milwaukee 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Nebraska 

Newark 

New- Hampshire 

New- Jersey 

New-York 

North-Carolina 

Ohio 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Pittsburgh 

Quincy 

Rhode-Island 

South-Carolina 

Southern Ohio 

Springfield 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Western Michigan . . . 
Western New- York. . 
West- Virginia 

Missions. 

North Dakota 

South Dakota 

Nevada and Utah 

Northern Texas 

Western Texas 

Northern California. . 
N. Mexico & Arizona 

Montana 

Washington Ter.. . . 
Wyoming and Idaho. 



St. John's, Montgomery 

Bishop appoints 

Trinity Cathedral, Little Rock. 
Bishop appoints 



Where held. 



Christ Church Towanda 

Cathedral, Chicago 

* w Denver 

Bishop appoints 

Immanuei, New Castle 

St. Paul's, Greenville 

Christ Church, Easton. . . 

St. John's, Tallahassee 

St. Paul's, Fond du Lac. 

St. Stephen's, Milledgeville 

Trinity, Michigan City 

St. John's, Dubuque 

Grace Cathedral, Topeka 

St. John's, Versailles 

Cathedral, Garden City 

Annunciation , New Orleans 

St. Luke's Cathedral, Portland 

St. Peter's Baltimore 

Trinity Church, Boston. 

St. John's, Detroit 

Cathedral, Milwaukee 

St. Paul's, Minneapolis 

St. Andrew's, Jackson 

Christ Church, St. Louis 

Cathedral, Omaha 

Bishop appoints 

St. Paul's, Concord 

St. Mary's, Burlington 

Bishop appoints 

Calvary Church, Tarboro 

St. Paul's Church, Mt. Vernon 

Bishop appoints 

St. Luke's, Philadelphia 

St. Peter's, Pittsburgh 

St. Paul's, Warsaw 

St. John's, Providence 

St. Philip's, Charleston 

All Saints', Portsmouth 

St. Paul's, Springfield 

St. Paul's, Sewanee 

St. Paul's^ Waco 

St. James', Arlington 

St. George's Church, Fredericksburg 

St. Mark's, Grand Rapids 

Bishop appoints 

St. John's Church, Charleston 



When held. 



Tues., May 20. 
Tues., Nov. 11. 
Thurs., April 17. 
W x ed., May 7. 
Tues., June 10. 
Tues., June 10. 
Tues., May 27. 
Bishop appoints. 
Tues., June 10. 

June 4. 

May 1 1. 

June 4. 

May 7. 

June 3. 

May 7. Z 

June 3. 
. May 13. 
Bishop appoints. 
Wed., May 7. 

May 13. 

April 16. 

June 10. 

May 28. 

May 7. 

June 4. 

June 17. 

June 4. 

May 6. 

May 27. 

May 21. 

May 20. 



Wed 

Wed., 

Wed., 

Wed., 

Tues., 

Wed., 

Tues., 

Tues 



Tues 

Wed, 

Tues., 

Wed., 

Wed., 

Wed., 

Tues., 

Wed., 

Tues., 

Tues., 

Wed., 

Tues., 



Wed.,Nov. 13,'89. 
Tues., May 6. 
W T ed., Sept. 24. 
Wed., May — . 
Tues., May 21. 



Bishop appoints. 



Cathedral, Salt Lake City. 

" Dallas 

Bishop appoints 



Bishop appoints 



Tues., 
Wed., 
Tues., 
Tues., 
Wed., 
Wed., 
Tues., 
Wed., 
Wed., 
Wed., 
Wed., 
Tues., 
Tues., 
Wed., 



May 6. 
June 4. 
May 20. 
June 10. 
Maj r 7. 
May 21. 
Dec. 3. 
June 4. 
May 21. 
June 18. 
May 21. 
June 3. 
Sept. 16. 
June 4. 



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SECRETARIES OF DIOCESAN CONVENTIONS. 



THE SECRETARIES OF THE DIOCESAN CONVENTIONS. 



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O 


Diocese. 


Name of Secretary. 


Address. 


1 


1830 
1868 
1871 
1850 

1868 
1871 
1835 


Alabama 


Rev. R. H. Cobbs, D.D 

Rev. W. C. Prout 


Greensboro. 


o 


Albany 


Granville, N. Y. 


3 


Arkansas 


Rev. W. J. Miller 


Hot Springs. 
San Francisco. 


A 


California 


Rev. W. S. Neales 

Rev. A. B. Goodrich, D.D 

R. A. Lamberton, LL.D 

Rev. L. Pardee 


5 

6 
7 


Central New-York... 
Central Pennsylvania. 


Utica. 

South-Bethlehem. 

18S. Peoria st., Chicago. 

Ouray. 

Bran ford. 


8 


1886 
1783 


Colorado 


Rev. O. E. Ostenson 


o 


Connecticut 


Rev. M. K. Bailey 


10 


1791 
1883 
1868 
1838 
1875 
1823 
1838 
1853 
1859 
1829 
18*8 
1838 
1820 
1783 
1784 
1832 
1847 
1857 
1825 
1839 
1868 
1874 
1802 
1785 
1785 
1816 
1818 

1784 
1865 
1877 
1790 
1785 
1875 
1877 
1828 
1849 
1790 
1785 
1874 
1838 
1877 


Delaware 

East Carolina 

Easton 


Mr. S. M. Curtis 


Newark. 


11 

1° 


Rev. N. Harding 

Rev. J. A. Mitchell 

Rev. R. H. Weller, D.D 

Rev. L.D.Hopkins 


Washington, N C. 
Centreville, Md. 


13 


Florida 


Jacksonville. 


11 


Fond du Lac 


Oconto, Wis. 


15 


Georgia 


Rev. W. D. Powers 


Macon. 


16 


Indiana 

Iowa 


Rev. W. D. Engle 


Indianapolis. 
Des Moines. 


17 


Rev. A. C. Stilson, D.D 

Rev. John Bennett 


IS 


Kansas 


Kansas City. 
Lexington. 
Flatbush, L. I., N. Y. 


10 


Kentucky 


Rev. E. H. Ward 


^0 


Long Inland 


Rev. T. S. Drowne, D.D 

Rev. H. C. Duncan 


?1 


Louisiana 


Alexandria. 


09 


Maine 


Rev. C. M. Sills, D.D 

Rev. P. Wroth 

Rev. W. H. Brooks, S.T.D.... 

Rev. S. W. Frisbie 

Rev. C. L. Mallory 


Portland. 


os 


Maryland 


606 N. Calvert, Baltimore. 


24 
25 
96 


Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Milwaukee 

Minnesota 


38 Chambers St., Boston. 
20 Myrtle St., Detroit. 
222 Juneau st., Milwau 


97 


Rev. A. D. Stowe 


Stillwater. [kee, Wis. 

Vicksburg. 

St. Louis. 


os 


Mississippi 

Missouri 


Rev. Nowell Logan 


oq 


Mr. J. R. Triplett 


30 


Nebraska 


Rev. Wm. O. Pearson 


Omaha. 


R1 


Newark 


Rev. E. B. Boggs, D.D 


Newark, N. J. 


39 


New-Hampshire 

New- Jersey 

New- York . . , 


Mr. H. A. Brown 


Concord . 


33 


Rev. E. K. Smith 


Lambertville. 


31 


Rev. T. R. Harris, D.D 

Rev. Gilbert Higgs 


Morrisania, N. Y. City. 
Warrenton. 


35 


North-Carolina 

Ohio 


Rfi 


Rev. J. B. Shepherd 

Rev. J. W. Sellwood 


494 Cedar ave., Cleveland. 


37 


Oregon 

Pennsylvania 


East-Portland. 


38 


Rev. J. A. Childs, D.D 

Rev. E. A. Angel 


1102 Walnut St., Phila. 


30 


Pittsburg 

Quincv 


Foxbnrgh, Pa. 


40 


Rev. E. H. Rudd 


Knoxville, 111. 


41 


Rhode Island 


Rev. S. H. Webb 


Providence. 


42 
43 


South-Carolina 

Southern Ohio 

Springfield 


Rev. J. D. McCollough 

Rev. F. O. Grannis 


Spartanburg. 
Columbus. 


44 


Rev. J. B. Harrison 

Rev. T. F. Gailor 


Belleville. 


45 


Tennessee 

Texas 


Sewanee. 


40 


Mr. R. M. Elgin 

Mr. T. H. Canlield 


Houston. 


47 


Vermont 


Burlington. 
Richmond. 


48 


Virginia 


Rev. T. G. Dashiell, D.D 

Rev. J. N. Rippey, M.D 

Rev. C. W. Hives 


49 


Western Michigan . . . 
Western New- York . . 

West- Virginia 

Missions. 

North-Dakota 

Nevada and Utah 

South-Dakota 

Northern Texas 

Western Texas. ..... 

Northern California. . 
N. Mexico & Arizona 

Montana 

Washington (Ter.i. .. 
Wyoming and Idaho 


Muskegon. 
Westfield. 


51 
1 


Rev. R. D. Roller 

Rev. H. J. Sheridan 


Charleston. 
Mayville. 


•? 


Rev. S Unsworth 


Ogden, Utah. 

Springfield. 

Dallas. 

San Antonio. 

Napa City. 

Phcenix, Arizona. 

Virginia City. 

Hillhurst. 


3 
4 
5 

6 

7 

s 


Rev W. J Wicks 

Mr. R. Morgan, Jr 

Rev. R. M. Fuller 

Rev. C. S. Fackenthall 

R. W. Pearson, D.D 

Rev. E. G. Prout 


9 
in 


Rev. A. S. Nicholson 

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TABLE OF SELECTIONS OF PSALMS. 



PROPER PSALMS FOR SPECIAL DAYS. 



First Sunday in Advent j 8, 50 

Christmas-Day 19, 45, 

Circumcision 40, 90 

Epiphany 46, 47, 

Purification 20, 86, 

Ash-Wednesday 6, 32, 

Annunciation 89 

Good-Friday , 22, 40, 

Easter-Everi j 4, 16, 

Easter-Day \ 2, 57, 

Ascension-Day I 8, 15, 

Whit-Sunday * 48, 68 

Trinity Sunday j 29, 33 

Transfiguration ; 27, 61, 

St. Michael's j 91, 103 

All Saints 1 Day I 1, 15, 



85 

48 
87 
38 

54 

17 

111 

21 



93 
146 



89, 
65, 
72, 
84, 

102, 

131, 
69, 
30, 

113, 
24, 

104, 
93, 
84, 
34, 

112, 



no, 132 

103 

117, 135 

113, 134 
130, 143 
132. 138 

88 
31 

114, 118 
47, 108 

145 

97, 150 

99, 133 

148 

121, 149 



TABLE OF SELECTIONS OF PSALMS. 





Psalms. 




Psalms. 




I. 


1, 15, 


91 


XI. 


80, 81 




II. 


4, 31 to v. 7, 91, 


134 


XII. 


84, 122, 134 




III. 


19, 24, 


103 


XIII. 


85, 93, 97 




IV. 


23, 34, 


65 


XIV. 


102 




V. 


26. 43, 


141 


XV. 


107 




VI. 


32, 130, 


121 


XVI. 


118 




VII. 


37 




XVII. 


123, 124, 125 




VIII. 


51, 42 




XVIII. 


139, 145 




IX. 


72, 96 




XIX. 


147 




X. 


77 




XX. 


148, 149, 150 



ALABAMA. 



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Abbreviations : a. m. assistant minister; ch. chaplain; cTvp. chapel; M. mission. 
The figures following name of church denote the number of communicants. 



Diocese of Alabama. Organized a.d. 1830. 

Population (1880), 1,262,794; square miles, 50,722. 

The Rt. Rev. Richard Hooker Wilmer, D.D. (1862), Bishop, Spring Hill, Mobile Co. 

Archdeacon, Rev. Horace Stringfellow, D.D., Montgomery. 



Anniston, Grace, 268. Philip A. Fitts; 
C. J. Loekwood, Thomas Burry. 

Athens, St. Timothy's, 16. J. C. Jobnes. 

Auburn, Holy Innocents', 37. W. C. Whit- 
taker. 

Augautaville, St. Matthew's, 5. G. M. Ever- 
hart, D.D. 

Birmingham, Advent, 517. Thos. J. Beard ; 
J. A. Van Hoose, a. m. 

St. Mary's, 110. L. W. Rose. 

Bon Secour, St. Peter's,22. 0. R. Bourne. 

Briarfield, Mission, 13. J. F. Smith. 

Brown's Sta., S. Alban's, 9. W. A. Stickney. 

Camden, St. Mary's. 

Carlowville, St. Paul's, 77. F. B. Lee. 

Clayton, Grace,2S. E. W. Spalding, D.D. 

Columbia, Mission, 13. E. W. Spalding, D.D. 

Cro'ss Plain, Mission, 11. W. T. Allen. 

Dallas, Grace. F. B. Lee. 

Decatur, St. Paul's, 70. 

Demopolis, Trinity, 106. J. A. Harrison, 
D.D. 

Eufaula, St. James', 98. E. W. Spalding, 
D.D. P * 

Eutaw, St. Stephen's, 46. W. R. Dve. 

Evergreen, St. Mary's, 24. Gr. R. Upton. 

Farmsdale, St. Michael's, 41. W. A. Stick- 
ney. 

Florence, Trinity, 57. Benjamin F. Mower. 

Forkland, S. John's, 28. 

Fork of Greene, S. Mark's, 15. W. R. Dye. 

Fowl River, Mission, 32. 

Gadsden, Holy Comforter, 36. 

Gainesville, St. Allan's, 8. 

Greensboro', S. Paul's, 115. R. H. Cobbs, D.D. 

Greenville, St. Thomas', 77. G. R. Upton. 

Havneville, St. Andrew's, 19. G. R. Upton. 

Huntsville,iVa^%,292. J.M. Banister,D.D. 



Jacksonville, St. Luke's, 42. W. T. Allen. 

Livingston, St. James', 36. W. R. Dye. 

Lowndesboro', St. Paul's, 15. Geo. R. Upton. 

Macon Sta., S.Andrew's, 20. R. H. Cobbs,D.D. 

Marion, ££ Wilfrid's, 93. R. J. Walker. 

Martin's Sta., St. Luke's, lb. R. J. Walker. 

Mobile, Christ, 403. Joseph L. Tucker, D.D. 

Good Shepherd, 51. A. W. Pierce. 

St. John's, 671. Gardiner C. Tucker. 

Trinity, 371. J. L. Lancaster. 

Montevallo, Mission, 9. J. F. Smith. 

Montgomery,^. John's, 544. Horace String- 
fellow, D.D. 

- — Holy Comforter, 100. Vaudry McBee. 

Opelika, Emmanuel, 40. R. J. Walker. 

Portland, Grace, 31. F. B. Lee. 

Prattville, St. Mark's, 27. 

Pushmataha, Calvary, 10. W. A. Stickney. 

Scottsboro', St. Luke's, 32. J. C. Johnes. 

Selma, St. Paul's, 295. R. W. Barnwell. 

Sheffield, Grace, 52. De B. Wad dell. 

Spring Hill, St. Paul's. The Bishop. 

Talladega, St. Peter's, 73. 

Trinity, Grace, 29. J. C. Johnes. 

Troy, St. Mark's, 26. 

Tuscaloosa, Christ, 209. J. H. Stringfellow ; 
J. J. Harris, a. m. 

Tuscumbia, St. John's, 45. De^B. Waddell. 

Union Springs, Trinity, 28. 

Uniontown, Holy Cross, 67. Benjamin Den- 
nis. 

Whistler, St. Paul's, 47. J. L. Lancaster. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. R. H. 

Cobbs, D.D., Greensboro'. 
Treasurer of the Diocese. — G. A. Wilkins, 

Selma. 
Registrar. — T. G. Foster, Montgomery. 



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THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Chancellor of the Diocese. — F. B. Clark, Jr., 

Mobile. 
Treasurer of Diocesan Missionary Fund. — 

C. E. Waller, Greensboro'. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. J. L. Tucker, 

D.D., a. C.Tucker, H. Stringfellow, D.D.; 

Messrs. F. B. Clark, Jr., R. S. Bunker, 

H. T. Toulmin. 
The Mshop's Fund. — N. H. R. Dawson, 

treas., Selma. 
Examining Chaplains. — Revs. H. Stringfel- 

low, D.D., R. H. Cobbs, D.D., J. L. Tucker, 

D.D., J. A. Harrison, D.D., J. M. Banister, 

D.D., T. J. Beard, W. A. Stickney, P. A. 

Fitts. 



Church Home for Orphan Girls, Mobile. — 
Sister Harriet, chief deaconess. 

Church Home for Orphan Boys, Mobile. — In 
care of the sisterhood. 

Statistics for year ending May 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 37 ; parishes, 37 ; missions, 19 ; 
candidates for orders, 6; ordinations: 
priest-, 2 ; deacons, 4; baptisms : infants, 
357, adults, 108 ; confirmations, 511 ; com- 
municants, 5,409 ; marriages, 109 ; burials, 
245 ; S. S. teachers, 432 ; S. S. scholars, 
2,813; total of contributions, $88,180.58. 

The Fifty-ninth Annual Convention will be 
held in St. John's, Montgomery, May 20, 
1890. 



Diocese of Albany. Organized A.D. 1868. 

Comprising the counties of Albany, Clinton, Columbia, Delaware, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, 
Greene, Herkimer, Montgomery, Otsego, Rensselaer, Saratoga, Schenectady, Schoharie, 
St. Lawrence, Warren, and Washington, in the State of New York. 

Population (1880), 912,916 ; square miles, 20,888. 



The Rt. Rev. Wm. Croswell Doane, S.T.D., LL.D. (1869), Bishop, Albany, N. Y. 



Albany, All Saints' Cathedral Chapel, 462. 
The Bishop ; W.L.Robbins,A<m.c<m./ 
F. M. Gray, hon. can. ; Thomas B. 
Fulcher, precentor ; E. T. Chapman, 
treas. / E. Selkirk, hon. can. ; R. Tem- 
ple, hon. can.; E. D. Tibbets, hon. 
can. ; W. R. Webb, minor am. 

Grace, 332. David L. Schwartz. 

Holy Innocents', 180. R. Shreve. 

St, Haul's, 660. J. Livingston Reese, 

D.D. 
St. Peter's, 635. Walton W. Batter- 
shall, D.D. 

Trinity, 150. Russell Woodman. 

Amsterdam, St. Ann's, 243. David Sprague. 
Ashland, Trinity, 50. S. T. Brewster. 
Athens, Trinity, 68. James W. Stewart. 
Ausable Forks, St. James' , 46. Geo. H.Norton. 
Ballston Spa, Christ, 235. C. Pelletreau. 
Bloomingdale, Redeemer, 5. W. H. Larom. 
Blue Mountain Lake, Transfiguration. 
Bolton, St. Sacrament, 49. Clement T. Blan- 
che. 

Brushton, St. Peter's, 18. H. W. Stephens. 
Burnt Hills, Calvary, 90. Heman R. Timlow. 
Cairo, Calvary, 46. Wm. Charles Grubbe. 
Cambridge, St. Luke's, 63. F. H. T. Horsfield. 
Canajoharie, Good Shepherd, 55. J.N. Marvin. 
Canton, Grace, 103. R. G. Hamilton. 
Castle ton, St. Giles\ 

Catskill, St, Luke's, 299. W. L. Woodruff. 
Champlain,^. John's, 40. W.D.U.Shearman. 
Charlton, St. Paul's, 35. Heman R. Timlow. 



W. 



James E. Hall. 
vd, 35. Alfred 



Chateaugay, St. John's, 30. W. G. 

Lewis. 
Chatham, St. Luke's, 26. Isaac Peck. 
Chazy, St. Luke's. 
Cherry Valley, Gmce, 126. 
Chestertown, Good Shephe 

Taylor. 

Claverack, Trinity, 33. E. P. Miller. 
Clermont, St. Luke's, 17. Moses E. Wilson. 
Cohoes, St. John's, 625. Fred. S. Sill. 
Colton, Zion, 54. G. M. Irish. 
Conklingville, St John's, 10. E. J. Whipple. 
Cooperstown, Christ, 288. C. S. Olmsted. 
Copake, St. John's in the Wilderness, 17. 
Coxsackie, Christ, 49. L. H. Schubert. 
Cranberry Lake, Mission. 
Delhi, St. John's, 237. F. B. Reazor. 
Deposit, Christ, 93. S. T. Street. 
Duanesburgh, Christ, 92. E W. Flower. 
East Line, St. John's, 37. William H. Cook. 
East Albany, Epiphany, 157. T. White. 
East Springfield, St. PauVs, 48. John Prout. 
E'izabe'hown, Mission . 
Ellenburgh, St. Peter s, 41. Silas M. Rogers. 
Ellenburgh Centre, St. Paul's, 26. S. M. 

Rogers. 
Essex, St. John's, 67. Wm. N. Irish. 
Fairfield, Trinity, 17. 
Fonda, Zion, 38. C. C. Edmunds. 
Fort Edward, St. James' , 150. 
Fort Plain, Holy Cross, 42. J. N. Marvin. 
Frankfort, St. Alban's, 20. M. O. Smith. 
Franklin, St. Paul's, 92. S. B. Moore. 



ALBANY, N. Y. 



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Gilbert sville, Christ, 60. Horatio Gates. 

Glens Falls, Messiah, 303. F. M. Cookson. 

Gloversville, Christ, 94. C. P. A. Burnett. 

Gouverneur, Trinity , 84 James A.Dickson. 

Granville, Trinity, b±. William C. Prout. 

Greenbush, Messiah, 112.* T. B. Fulcher. 

Green Island, St. Mark's, 180. R. J. Adler. 

Greenville, Christ, 43. T. A. Snyder. 

Greenwich, St. Paul's, 45. 

Herkimer, Christ, 129. C. C. Edmunds, Jr. 

Hobart, St. Peter's, 161. John A. Farrar. 

Hogansburgh, St. James' ', 27. T. Dickinson. 

Hoosic, All Saints', 75. J. B. Tibbitts j T. 
H. R. Luney; E. Dudley Tibbits. 

Hoosick Falls, S. Mark's, 397. G. D. Silliman. 

Hudson, Christ, 393. John C. Tebbetts. 

All Saints', 77. E. P. Miller. 

Ilion, St. Augustine's, 130. W. M. Cook. 

Johnstown, St. John's, 241. J. B. Hubbs. 

Jonesville, Grace, 24. W. H. Cook. 

Keeseville, St. Paul's, 35. J. W. Gill. 

Kinderhook, St. Paul's, 103. Isaac Peck. 

Lake George, St. James', 75. C. H. Lan- 
caster. 

Lansingburgh, Trinity, 206. C. M. Nickerson. 

Lawrenceville, St. Thomas', 14. N. W. Ste- 
phens. 

Lebanon Springs, Our Saviour, 45. Walter 
C. Stewart. 

Lisbon, St. Luke's, 35. 

Little Falls, Emmanuel, 170. Sheldon M. 
Griswold. 

Louisville Landing, Grace,S0. T. Dickinson. 

Luzerne, St. Mary's, 25. E. J. Whipple. 

Madrid, St. Philip's. 

Malone, St. Mark's, 224. Charles Temple. 

Massena, St. John's, 25. T. Dickinson. 

Mechanicville, St. Luke's, 45. W. G. W. 
Lewis. 

Middleburgh, St. Luke's, 23. 

Middle ville, Memorial, 44. 

Milton Centre, St. James', 34. 

Mineville, Emmanuel, 25. W. R. Woodbridge. 

Mohawk, Grace, 30. M. O. Smith 

Morley, Trinity Chapel, 56. R.G. Hamilton. 

Morris, Zion, 166. 

Morristown, Christ, 111. J. T. Zorn. 

Norfolk, Grace, 17. James Jamieson. 

Northampton, Redeemer. 

North Granville, Mission. 10. W. C. Prout. 

Norway, Grace, 7. 

Norwood, St. Andrew's, 20. 

Oak Hill, St. Paul's, 44. T. H. Snyder. 

Ogdensburgh, St. John's, 471. J. D. Mor- 
rison, D.D., LL.D. 

Oneonta, St. James', 127. E. A. Hartmann. 

Otego, Immanuel, 22. D. Duroe. 

Palenville, Gloria Dei, 21. W. C. Grubbe. 

Philmont,^. Mark's, 53. Howard McDougal. 

Plattsburgh, Trinity, 178. Henry M. Smyth. 

Port Henry, Christ, 59. William R. Wood- 
bridge ; Charles E. Cragg, a. m. 



Portlandville, St. John's, 12. R. G. Osborn. 

Potsdam, Trinity, 160. R. M. Kir by. 

Prattsville, Grace, 14. S. T. Brewster. 

Raquette Lake, Good Shepherd. 

Rensselaerville, Trinity, 77. Robert Wash- 
bon ; S. C. Thompson, a. m. 

Richfield, St. Luke's, 11. 

Richfield Springs, S. John's, 159. R. Granger. 

Rouse's Point, Christ, 73. W. D. CI. Shear- 
man. 

Salem, St. Paul's, 139. John H. Houghton. 

Salmon River, St. John's. H. M. Smyth. 

Sandy Hill, Zion, 117. 

Santa Clara, Good Shepherd, 12. D. F. Mc- 
Donald, D.D. 

Saratoga Springs, Bethesda, 672. Joseph 
Carey, S.T.D. 

Saranac Lake, St. Luke's, 54. W. H. Larom. 

Schaghticoke, Trinity, 46. Wm. B. Bolmer. 

Schenectady, St: George's, 367. J. Philip B. 
Pendleton. 

Christ, 170. E. L. Toy. 

Sche nevus, Holy Spirit, 16. R. G. Osborn. 

Schroon Lake, St. Andreiv's, 47. 

Schuylerville, St. Stephen's, 36. 

Sharon Springs, Trinity, 78. J. M. Windsor. 

Springfield (East), St. Paul's, 36. John 
Prout. 

Stamford, Grace, 21. John A. Farrar. 

Stillwater, St. John's, 29. W. G. W. Lewis. 

Stockport, #£ John Evangelist, 263. 

Stottville, St. Barnabas\ F. G. Rainey. 

St. Regis Lake, St. John's, 6. W. H. Larom. 

Ticonderoga, Church of the Cross, 71. Henry 
T. Gregory. 

Troy, Ascension (Free), 235. James Caird. 

Christ, 258. Eaton W. Maxcy, D.D. 

Holy Cross, 100. J. Ireland" Tucker. 

S.T.D. 

St. John's, 462. Thaddeus A. Snively. 

St. Luke' s, 172. James O. Lincoln. 

St. Paul's, 520. Edgar A. Enos ; P. W. 

Mosher, a. m. 

St.Barnabas' Chapel, 135. W. D. Martin, 

Unadilla, St. Matthew's, 154. Robert N. 
Parkn, D.D. 

Waddington, St. Paul's, 74. A. C. McDonald. 

Walton, Christ, 129. Scott B. Rtthbun. 

Warrensburgh, Holy Cross, 90. W. M.Ogden. 

Waterford, Grace, 181. C. E. Freeman. 

West Bangor, St. Mark's, 21. N. W. Ste- 
p >ens. 

West Burlington, Christ, SB. D.Washburn. 

Westford, St. Timothy's, 14. J. E. Hall. 

W^st Troy, Trinity, 312. E. Bayard Smith. 

Whitehall, Trinity, 174. Alex/McMillan. 

Windham, Trinity, 47. 



Secretajy of Convention. — Rev. W. C. Prout, 
Granville. Assistaiit — Rev. T. B. Fulcher, 
Albany. 



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THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Treasurer. — S. E. Marvin, Albany. 
Registrar. — Rev. F. S. Sill, Cohoes. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. W. Payne, D.D. 

(pres.), J. L. Reese, D.D. (sec.), J. I. 

Tucker, S.T.D., F. M. Cookson ; Messrs. 

H. R.Pierson, N. B. Squires, H. S. Wyn- 

koop, J. I. Thompson. 
Board of Missions. — The Bishop, pres. ; Rev. 

W. R. Woodbridge, sec; S. E. Marvin, 

treas. 
Convocation of Albany. — Rev. W. Payne, 

D.D., archdeacon; Rev. F. S. Sill, sec; 

Rev. E. B. Smith, treas. 
Convocation of Troy. — Rev. J. Carey, S.T.D., 

archdeacon ; Rev. R. Shreve, sec.; C. W. 

Tillinghast, 2d, treas. 
Convocation of Susquehanna. — Rev. C. S. 

Olmsted, archdeacon; Rev. T. A. Snyder, 

sec and treas. 
Convocation of Ogdensburg. — Rev. J. D. 

Morrison, D.D., LL.D., archdeacon ; Rev. 

T. G. Clemson, sec. ; T. S. Clarkson, 

treas. 
Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. I. Tucker, 

S.T.D., J. Carey, S.T.D., J. D. Morrison, 

D.D., LL.D., W. N. Irish, W. H. Cook, H. 

R. Timlow, J. C. Tebbetts, T. B. Fulcher, 

E. A. Enos, W. G. W. Lewis. 
The Episcopal Fund. — J. H. Van Antwerp, 

treas., Albany. 
Fund for Aged and Infirm Clergymen. — S. 

E. Marvin, treas., Albany. 



Fund for Widows and Orphans of Deceased 
Clergymen. — S. E. Marvin, treas., Albany. 

Orphan House of the Holy Saviour, Coopers- 
town. — The Bishop, pres. ; Rev. C. S. Olm- 
sted, sec ; L. P. jDlarke, treas. 

St. Agnes' School, Albany; a church school 
for girls. — Rector, the Bishop; head of 
house, Sister Helen ; head of the school, 
Miss E. W. Boyd. 

The Child' s Hospital, Albany. — E. Bowditch, 
treas. 

The Church Home, Troy. — J.W. Fuller, pres. 
Board of Trustees. 

The Child's Convalescent Home, Saratoga 
Springs. 

The Good ShepherdHome, Saratoga. — Chap., 
The Rev. Dr. Carey. 

The Bible and Common-Prayer Book Society 
of Albany.— The Bishop, pres. ; Rev. D. 
L. Schwartz, cor. sec; H. B. Dauchy, 
treas., Troy. 

Statistics for year ending Nov. 1, 1888. — 
Clergy, 126; parishes, 116 ; missions, 60; 
candidates for orders, 17 ; ordinations : 
deacons, 2, priest, 1 ; baptisms : infants, 
1,307, adults, 353; confirmations, 1,058; 
communicants, 15,619 ; marriages, 436 ; 
burials, 1,046 ; S. S. teachers, 1,100 ; S. S. 
scholars, 9,711 ; total of contributions, 
$332,806.91. 

The Twenty-first Annual Convention will 
meet on Tuesday, November 11, 1890, at 
such place as the Bishop may appoint. 



Diocese of Arkansas. Organized A. D. 1871. 

Population (1880), 802,564; square miles, 52,198. 

The Rt. Rev. Henry Niles Pierce, D.D., LL.D. (1870), Bishop, Little Rock. 



Arkadelphia, St. Mark's, 15. 

Arkansas City, Mission, 9. Cathedral 

Clergy. 
Batesville, St. Paul's, 40. Geo. S. Gibbs. 
Camden, St. John's, 44. 
Dardanelle, St. Paul's, 24. 
Eureka Springs, St. James', 34. 
Fayetteville, St. Paul's, 128. J. J. Vaulx. 
Forrest City, Mission, 7. Cathedral Clergy. 
Fort Smith, St. John's, 260. Geo. F. Degen. 
Helena, St. John's, 130. C. H. Lockwood. 
Hope, St. Mark's, 17. 

Hot Springs, St. Luke's, 90. W. J. Miller. 
Lake Village, Emmanuel, 15. 
Little Rock, Christ, 557. W. Carnahan. 

■ Trinity Cathedral, 150. The Bishop ; 

C. H. Proctor, dean; W. W. Esta- 
brooke, M.D., canon ; J. E. Curzon. 

St. Philifs, 31. B. W. Timothy. 

Lonoke, Mission, 14. Cathedral Clergy. 



Mammoth Spring, St. Andrew's. R. S. 

James, D.D. 
Marianna, St. Andrew's, 31. Caleb A. 

Bruce. 
Morrillton, St. Agnes', 34. 
Nashville, Trinity M., 18. 
Newport, St. Paul's, 43. 
Phillips County, Grace, 13. 
PLne Bluff, Trinity, 151. Innes O. Adams. 
Prescott, St. James', 15. 
Van Buren, Trinity, 47. L. F. Guerry. 
Washington, Grace, 24. 
Witcherville, Mission, 10. 

Secretary of the Council.— Rev. W. J. Miller, 

Hot Springs. 
Treasurer of the Council. — Col. L. H. Roots, 

Little Rock. 
Chancellor.— M. L. Bell, Pine Bluff. 
Registrar.— G. H. Yan Etten, Little Rock. 



CALIFORNIA. 



81 



Standing Committee. — Revs. I. 0. Adams, 
W. J. Miller, J. J. Vaulx; Messrs. M. L. 
Bell, P. K. Roots (sec). 

Board of Missions. — The Bishop and the 
clerical members of the Standing Com- 
mittee. 

Trustee of the Episcopate Fund. — P. K. Roots, 
Little Rock. 

Statistics for year ending April 12, 1889. — 
Clergy, 16; parishes, 23; missions, 4; 



ordinations: priests, 4; baptisms: in- 
fants, 201 ; adults, 65 ; confirmations, 
200; communicants, 1,965; marriages, 
45; burials, 90; S. S. teachers, 145 ; 8. S. 
scholars, 1,362; total of contributions, 
$41,572.92. 
The Eighteenth Annual Council will be held 
in Trinity Cathedral, Little Rock, April 
17, 1890. 



Diocese of California. Organized A. D. 1850. 

Comprising the counties of the State of California lying south of the southern line of the 
counties of Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Sacramento, Amador', and El Dorado. 

Population (1880), 569,471 ; square miles, . 



The Rt. Rev. William Ingraham Kip, D.D., LL.D. (1853), Bishop, San Francisco. 



Alameda, Christ, 243. Alfred T. Perkins. 
Anaheim, St. Michael's, 19. F. J. Mynard. 
Bakersfield, St. Paul's, 43. 11. H. Clapham. 
Berkeley, St. Mark's, 160. J. A. Easton. 

\West), Our Saviour, 24. 

Caronado, St. Peter's, 46. Alfred Brown. 

Centre ville, St. James', 63. T. G. Crump. 

Fresno, St. James', 134. E. D. Juny. 

Garavanza, The Angels' , 25. 

Gilroy, St. Stephen's, 7. 

Hanfoid, Our Saviour, 49. C. S. Linsley. 

Haywards, Trinity, 23. 

Jolon, Si. Luke's, 13. J. S. McGowan. 

Los Angeles, St. Paul's, 500. Elias Birdsall. 

Christ, 245. T. W. Haskins. 

Epiphany, 83. C. A. Kienzie. 

Los Gatos, St. Luke's, 100. F. B. A. Lewis, 

M.D. 
Martinez, Grace, 71. W. J. O'Brien. 
Menlo Park, Trinity, 7. 
Merced, St. Luke's, 10. 
Modesto, St Paul's, 19. W. P. Case. 
Monterey, St. James', 12. J. F. Holmes. 
National City, St. Matthew's, 40. S. H. S. 

Elderton. 
Oakdale, St. Matthias', 14. W. H. Dyer. 
Oakland (Brooklyn), Advent, 170. JH. D. 
Lathrop, D.D. 

St. John's, 150. B. Akerly, D.D. 

St. Paul's, 275. Hobart Chetwood ; 1. 

M. Merlin-jones, a. m. 

St. Andrew's, 135. J. A. Emery. 

Pasadena, All Saints', 201. G. A. Ottmann. 
Pomona, St. Paul's, 49. Robert McCosh. 
Redlands, Trinity, 38. A. Fletcher. 
Redwood City, St, Peter's, 12. B. O. Baker, 

- off. 

Riverside. All S«int*\ 122. B. W. R. Tayler. 

Salinas, St. Paul's, 56. J. Sunonds. 

San Antonio, Mission, 46. J. S. McGowan. 



San Bernardino, St. John's, 56. W. J. 

O'Brien. 
San Diego, St. Paul's, 282. H. B. Restarick. 

St. James' M. Alfred Brown. 

San Francisco, Advent, 400. John Gray. 

Grace, 275. Robt. C. Foute. 

■ St. John's, 418. Edward B. Spalding, 

D.D. ; L. Y. Jessup, a. m. ; D. O. 
Kelley; H. Townsend. 

St. Luke's, 713. W. W. Davis, Jr. 

St. Paul's, 227. William S. Neales. 

St. Peter's, 122. Charles L. Miel. 

St. Stephen's, 188. E. J. Lion. 

Trinity, 360. J. Sanders Reed; F. A. 

Church, a. m. ; H. McCrea, a. m. 

San Gabriel, Our Saviour, 68. A. G. L. Trew. 
San Jose, Trinity, 412. J. B. Wakefield, 

D.D. 
San Luis Obispo, St. Stephens, 40. P. B. 

Morgan, M.D. 
San Mateo, St. Matthew's, 65. Alfred L. 

Brewer ; W. A. Brewer, a. m. 
San Miguel, St. John's, 14. 
San Pedro, St. Peter's, 24. F. R. Starr. 
San Rafael, St. Paul's, 85. William H. Stov. 
Santa Ana, Mission. F. J. Mynard. 
Santa Barbara, Trimity, 117. D. McClure. 
Santa Clara, Holy Saviour, 39. J. G. Gas- 

mann. 
Santa Cruz, Calvary, 94. C. O. Tillotson. 
Sdnta Monica, St. Augustine's, 60. H. O. 

Judd. 
Sauceiito, Christ, 48. 
Selma, St. Luke's, 29. Octavius Parker. 
Sierra Madre, Ascension, 34. 
Sonora, St. James', 28. Henry Howitt. 
Stockton, St. John's, 155. W. J. Lemon. 
Temescal, Grace, 30. H. B. Lee. 
Tulare Co., The Saviour, 42. I). O. Kellev ; 

C. S. Linsley. 



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Tustin, St. Paul's, 41. F. J. Mynard. 

Vernon, St. Barnabas', 8. A. Todhunter. 

Veutura, St. Paul's, 25. 

Vis alia, St. Paul's, 27. 

Walnut Creek, St. Paul's 12. 

Watsonville, All Saints , 35. Edward Lewis. 

Wilmington, St. John's, 13. F. R. Starr. 



Secretary of Convention.^— Rev. W. S. Neales, 

San Francisco. 
Treasurer of the Diocese. — H. T. Graves, 

P. 0. Box 2173, San Francisco. 
Registrar. — Rev. B. Akerly, D.D., Oakland. 
Chancellor of the Diocese. — Hon. J. A. Stanly, 

Oakland. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. H. W. Beers, 

D.D. (pres.), H. Chetwood (sec), R.* G. 

Foute, E. B. Spalding; Messrs. G. W. 

Gibbs, R. W. Kirkham, G. H. Mendell, 

A. N. Drown. 
Board of Missions. — The Bishop (pres. ex- 

off), Revs. A. G. L. Trew (ex-of.), E. J. 

Lion, J. A. Emery, John Gray,' Hamilton 

Lee; Messrs. W. F. Peabody, M.D., 

H. T. Graves {ex-of.), J. Martinet, A. N. 

Drown, Dr. W. F. Peabody. 
Examining Chaplains. — Revs. H. Chetwood, 



E. B. Spalding, E. J. Lion, E. Birdsail, A. 
G. L. Trew, F. W. Reed. 

St. Matthew's Hall, San Mateo. — A Church 
School for Boys. Rev. A. L. Brewer, prin. 

St. Luke's Hospital, San Francisco. — Chap., 
Rev. H. Townsend. 

The Church Home for Old Ladies, San Fran- 
cisco. — Pres., Mrs. R. B. Sanchez; sec, 
Mrs. L. A. Allen ; treas.,Mrs. S. H. Long. 

The Bishop Armitage Orphan Asylum, San 
Mateo. — Pres., Mrs. A. L. Brewer; sec , 
Mrs. A. S. Woodward; treas., Mrs. J. G. 
Clark. 

St, Hilda's Hall, Glendale, near Los Angeles, 
for Girls and Young Ladies. — Rev. Dr. 
Easter, rector. 

Trinity School, San Francisco, for Boys. — 
Rev. Dr. E. B. Spalding, rector. 

Statistics for year ending May 20, 1889. — 
Clergy, 95; parishes, 36; missions, 37; 
ordinations: priests, 2; deacons, 3; bap- 
tisms : infants, 985, adults, 239 ; confirma- 
tions, 830; communicants, 7.466; mar- 
riages, 479; burials, 724; S. S. teachers, 
552; S. S. scholars, 5,344; total of con- 
tributions, $189,796.82. 

The Fortieth Annual Convention will be 
held on Wednesday, May 7, 1890, at such 
place as the Bishop may appoint. 



Diocese of Central New-York. Organized a.d. 

Comprising the counties of Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Jefferson, 
Lewis, Madison, Oneida, Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca^ Tioga, and Tompkins, in the State 
of New- York. 

Population (1880), 772,471 ; square miles, 11,601. 

The Rt. Rev. Frederic Dan Huntington, S.T.D., D.C.L., LL.D. (1869), Bishop, Syracuse. 

Brownville, St.Pavl's,20. R. A. Olin, S.T.D. 

Camden, Trinity, 75. Joel Davis. 

Canastota, Trinity, 33. 

Candor, St. Marie's, 46. William Cooke. 

Cape Vincent, S. John's, 99. S .W. Strowger. 

Carthage, Grace, 113. E. R. Earle. 

Cazenovia, St. Peter's, 134. Robert H. Neide. 

Cayuga, St. Luke's, 24. W. H. Casey. 

Champion, St. John's, 41. 

Chenango Forks, St. John's, 20. J. A. Rob- 
inson. 

Chittenango, St. Paul's, 36. W.H.C.Lylburn. 

Clark's Mills, St. Mark's, 17. 

Clayton, Christ, 57. J. E. Walton. 

Clayville, St. John's, 20. B. E. Whipple. 

Cleveland, St James', 65. Geo. L. Neide. 

Clinton, St. James', 185. Oliver Owen. 

Constable ville, St. Paul's, 84. T. Lewis Ban- 
nister. 

Constantia, Trinity, 12. 



Adams, Emmanuel, 91. 
Afton, St. Ann's, 45. Chauncey Vibbard, Jr. 
Albion, St. John's M., 27. C. Donohoue. 
Antwerp, St. Paul's, 39. William B. Clarke. 
Auburn, St. John's, 225. F. A. D. Launt. 

St. Peter's, 526. John Brainard, D.D. 

Augusta, St. Andrew's, 26. C. M. Kimball. 
Aurora, St. Paul's, 43. W. H. Casey. 
Bainbridge, St. Peter's, 69. Chauncey Yib- 

bard, Jr. 
Baldwinsville, Grace, 130. William M 

Beauchamp, S.T.D. 
Big Flats, St. John's, 25. T. Duck. 
Binghamton, Christ, 391. R. G. Quennell. 

Good Shepherd, 187. H. P. Le F. Gra- 

bau. 

Trinity, 150. S. H. Cook. 

Boonville, Trinity, 83. Eugene J. V. Hui- 

ginn. 
Bridgewater, Christ, 8. B. E. Whipple. 



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Copenhagen, Grace, 52. 

Cortlandt, Grace, 153. John Arthur. 

Dexter, AU Saints', 13. J. Win slow. 

Dey's Landing, St. Andrew's, 17. J. U .Graf. 

Earlville, Grace, 25. 

Ellisburgh, Christ, 12. John Muir, M.D. 

Elmira, Grace, 210. Wm. E. Wright, 

Trinity, 275. G. H. McKnight, D.D. 

Evans' Mills, St. Andrew's, 25. W. B. Clarke. 

Fayetteville, Trinity, 142. John B. Pitman. 

Forestport, Christ, 60. Eugene J. V. Hui- 
ginn. 

Fulton, Zion, 97. 

Great Bend, Trinity, 27. R. A. Olin, S.T.D. 

Greene, Zion, 202. Alexander H. Rogers. 

Greig, Trinity, 20. 

Guilford, Christ, 143. J- H. Lynch. 

Hamilton, St. Thomas', 92. Joseph Cross, 
D.D., LL.D. 

Harpersville, St. Luke's, 44. A. C. Clarke. 

Hayt's Corner, Calvary M., 11. C. W. Mc- 
Nish. 

Holland Patent, St. Paul's, 38. 

Homer, Calvary, 48. 

Horseheads, St. Matthew's, 38. T. Duck. 

Ithaca, St. John's, 295. Stephen H. Synnott. 

St. Paul's, 21. Charles Babcock. 

Jamesville, St. Mark's, 30. T. Babcock, D.D. 

Jordan, Christ, 105. G. W. Southwell. 

Kelloggsville, Emmanuel, 25. J. W. H. 
Weibel. 

La Fargeville, St. Paul's, 30. J. E. Walton. 

Lowville, Trinity, 138. Karl Swartz. 

Manlius, Christ, 45. Theo. Babcock, D.D. 

Marcellus, St. John's, 43. H. G. Coddington. 

^icDonou^h., Calvary, 45. Wm. Higgs. 

McLean, Zion, 21. John Arthur. 

Mexico, Grace, 42. A. H. Ormsbee. 

Millport, St. Mark's M., 78. T. Duck. 

Moravia, St. Matthew's, 76. 

Mt. Upton, Grace, 12. T. B. Berry. 

New Berlin, St. Andrew's, 182. G. H. Kirk- 
land. 

New Hartford, St. Stephen's, 155. B. S. 
Sanderson. 

Northville, Calvary, 61. 

Norwich, Emmanuel, 240. Henry D. Steb- 
bins. 

Oneida, St. John's, 312. 

Onondaga, Indian Mission, 24. John Scott. 

Oriskany, St. Peter's, 75. James K. Parker. 

Oriskany Falls, Good Shepherd, 36. C. M. 
Kimball. 

Oswego, Christ, 225. P. N. Meade. 

Evangelists, 276. J. L. Burrows. 

Ovid, Trinity, 14. C. W. McNish. 

Owego, St. Paul's, 139. J. H. Kidder. 

Oxford, St Paul's, 161. E. W. Colloque. 

Paris Hill, St. Paul's, 60. B. E. Whipple. 

Perryville, St. Stephen's, 19. 

Pierrepont Manor, Zion, 52. J. Muir, M.D. 

Port Byron, St. Paul's, 11. 
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Port Leyden, St. Mark's, 33. 
Pulaski, St. James', 71. Robert Paul.) 
Redfield, Grace, 15. Charles Donohue. 
Redwood, St. Peter's, 22. George G. Perrine. 
Rome, Zion, 400. John H. Egar, D.D. 

St Joseph's, 89. W. T. Tierkel. 

Romulus, St. Stephen's, 21. J. U. Graf. 
Sackett's Harbor, Christ, 70. J. Winslow. 
Sand Bank, Emmanuel, 30. 
Seneca Falls, Trinity, 312. H. M. Denslow. 
Sherburne, Christ, 169. T. A. Stevenson. 
Skaneateles, St. James' , 292. Frank N. 

Wescott. 
Smithboro', Emmanuel, 35. J. A. Bowman. 
Speedsville, St. John's, 22. P. A. Moiling. 
Syracuse, Calvary, 162. The Bishop; J. E. 

Johnson, a. m. 
Emmanuel .3/! (East), 28. J. E.Johnson. 

Grace, 183. John T. Rose. 

St. James', 270. H. L. Teller. 

St. John's, 215. W. DeL. Wilson. 

St'. Luke's M. Pete^ A. Moiling.^ 

St. Mark's, 73. E. W. Mundy. 

St. Paul's, 448. H. R. Lockwood, 

S.T.D. ; H. R. Fuller, a. m. 

Trinity, 271. J. Ferdinand Taunt. 

Theresa, St. James' , 36. G. G. Perrine. 
Trumansburgh, Epiphany, 76. W. E. Al- 
len. 

Turin, Emmanuel, 6. 

Union Springs, Grace, 32. W. H. Casev. 

Utica, Calvary, 432. A. B. Goodrich, I).D. 

Grace, 430. Chas. T. Olmsted. 

Holy Cross {Memorial), 94. 

St. George's, 163. W. B. Coleman, Jr. 

St Luke's Memorial, 458. B. Schulte. 

Trinity, 249. W. D. Maxon. 

Vernon, Mission, 13. 

Waterloo, St Paul's, 235. Robert M. Duff, 

S.T.D. 
Watertown, Grace, 101. John F. Nichols. 

Trinity, 679. R. A. Olin, S.T.D.; F. P. 

Winne, a. m. 
Waterville, Grace, 144. R. E. Campbell. 
Waverly, Grace, 70. J. H. H. De Mille. 
Weedsport, St. John's, 14. 
Welisburg, ohrist, 33. 
Westmoreland, Gethsemane, 34. 
Whitesboro', St John's, 74. J. K. Parker. 
Whitney's Point, Grace, 16. J. A. Robinson. 
Wiilard, Christ, 60. C. W. McNish. 
Willowdale, Grace, 30. J. U Graf. 
Windsor, Zion, 30. A. C. Clarke. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. A. B. 

Goodrich, D.D., Utica. Assistant, Rev. J. 

F. Taunt, Syracuse. 
Treasurer of the Convention. — George J. 

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Standing Committee. — Revs. J. Brainard, 
D.D. (pres.), W. T. Gibson, D.D., H, 
R. Lockwood, S.T.D. (sec), Theo. Bab- 
cock, D.D.; Messrs. D. 0. Salmon, T. D. 
Green, J. W. Glover, A. H. Sawyer. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. Theo. Bab- 
cock, D.D., T. L. Randolph, W. M. Beau- 
champ. 

Board of Missions. — The Bishop, pres. {ex- 
of.j; Rev. J. F. Taunt, fin. sec; Rev. 
H. M. Denslow, rec sec ; officers of the 
Convocations (members ex off.), and lay 
members elected by the Convocations. 

Christmas Fund. — G. J. Gardner, Syracuse, 
treas. 

Parochial Fund.— A. H. Green, Syracuse, 
treas. 

Trustee of the Van Wagenen Missionary 
Fund. — J. R. Van Wagenen, Oxford. 

The Bible and Prayer-Booh Society. — W. 
B. Jackson, Utica, sec and treas. 

St. Luke's Home and Hospital, Utica. — Mrs. 
L. Shantz, sec; Mrs. E. C. Peckham, 
treas.; Mrs. Hannah Hitchcock, matron. 

House of the Good Shepherd, Binghamton. 

House of the Good Shepherd, Utica. — Miss 
Lucy' Watson, pres. Board of Managers; 
Mrs. M. L. Brandegee, treas. ; Mrs. S. G. 
Wolcott, sec. ; Mrs. M. F. J. Frisbie, ma- 
tron. 

House and Hospital of the Good Shepherd, 



Syracuse. — The Bishop, pres. ; G. J. Gard- 
ner, sec ; D. 0. Salmon, treas. ; Miss 
Dora Traylen, matron. 

Shelter for Homeless Girls and Women, 
Syracuse. — Mh-sA. A. Kendall, matron. 

House of the Good Samaritan, Watertown. 
— H. M. Stevens, M.D., pres.; Rev. R. A. 
Olin, treas.; Mrs. C. Fitch, matron. 

Hospital of the Good Shepherd, Bingham- 
ton. — Miss Loomis, housemother. 

St. Andrew's Divinity School, Syracuse. — > 
The school opens September 10. Rev. W. 
D. Wilson, D.D.,LL.D., dean. 

St. Johris School for Boys, Manlius. — The 
Bishop, president ; Wm. Verbeck, supt. 

Ktble School for Girls, Syracuse. — Miss M. 
J. Jackson, prin. 

Statistics for year ending June 11, 1889.— 
Clergy, 108 ; parishes, 106 ; missiions, 31 
candidates for orders, 12; ordinations 
deacons, 6, priests, 5 ; baptisms : infants, 
1,042, adults, 454; confirmations, 1,173 
communicants, 14,809 ; marriages, 480 
burials, 954; S. S. teachers, 1,081 ; S. S, 
scholars, 8,853; total of contributions, 
$248,740.95. 

The 7 wenty-second Annual Convention will 
be held on June 10, 1890, at seven o'clock 
p.m., at such place as the Bishop may ap- 
point. 



Diocese of Central Pennsylvania. Organized A.D. 1871. 

Comprising that part of the State of Pennsylvania hounded as follows : on the north by 
the State of New- York ; on the east by the States of New- York and New- Jersey and ih& 
counties of Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester ; on the south by the State of Maryland ; 
on the west by the counties of Somerset, Cambria, Clearfield, Cameron, and McKean. 

Population (1880), 1,816,470; square miles, 25,281. 

The Rt. Rev. Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe, D.D., LL.D. (1871), Bishop, Reading. 

The Rt. Rev. Nelson Somerville Rulison, D.D. (1884), Assistant Bishop, South- 
Bethlehem. 



Alden, $2 Andrew's, 31. J. D. Ferguson. 
Allentown, Grace, 121. R. H. Kline. 

Mediator, 12. R. H. Kline. 

Altoona, Si. Luke's, 319. A. S. Woodle. 
Antrim, Trinity, 50. Enos J. Balsley. 
Ashland, St. John's, 83. B. P. Thompson. 
Ashley, St. John's, 31. H. E. Hay den. 
Athens, Trinity, 41. 

Bedford, St. James 7 , 28. W. Chauncy Lang- 
don, D.D. 
Bellefonte, St. John's, 145. J. Oswald Davis. 
Bethlehem, Trinity, 156. G. P. Allen, D.D. 
Birdsboro', St. MichaeVs, 119. Edmund Leaf. 
Bloomsburg, St. Paul's, 178. W. C. Leverett, 



Blossburg, Si. Luke's, 10. 

Brookland, All Saints', 42. 

Carbondale, Trinity, 164. W. H. Piatt. 

Carlisle, St. John's, 212. W. B Morrow. 

Catawissa, St. John's, 7. 

Centralia, Holy Trinity, 24. B.F.Thompson. 

Chambersburg, Trinity, 40. V. Hummel 

Berghaus. 
Churchtown, Bangor, 13. Samnel McElwee. 
Columbia, St. Paul's, 121. F. J. C. Moran. 
Coudersport, Christ, 38. William Marshall. 
Danville, Christ, 142. W. R. Mulford. 
Delano, Mission, 55. M. A. Tolman. 
Dingman's Ferry, Mission. 



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St Gabriel's, 44. William 



J. P. Buxton. 



Douglassville, 

Du Hamel. 
Drifton, St James', 96. 
Dundaff, St James' , 15. 
Easton, Trinity, 178. Jos. P. Cameron. 
Eckley, St. James', 17. John Ireland. 
Exchange, St James', 40. D. L. Fleming. 
Fall Brook, St Thomas', 20. M. Karcher. 
Forestville, St* Stephen's M, 6. E. P. Brown. 
Frackville, Christ M,12. C. A. Marks. 
Gap Mines, Grace, 16. 
Gettysburg, Prince of Peace, 17. Thompson 

P. Ege. 
Great Bend, Grace, 52. 
Halifax, St. Stephen's. 
Hamlinton, St John's, 18. 
Harrisburg, St Paul's, 88. Leroy F. Baker. 

St Stephen's, 140. Thos. B. Angell. 

Hazleton, St. Peter's, 85. 

Honesdale, Grace, 138. Geo. C. Hall. 

Huntingdon, St John's, 25. Edward R. 

Rich. 
Jermyn, St James', 80. F. H. Strieker. 
Jonestown, St Marie's, 15. A. M. Abel. 
Lancaster, St James', 348. 

St John's, 309. J. Edward Pratt. 

Lawrence ville, St. John's, 31. P. J. Ro- 

bottom. 
Leacock, Christ, 54. R. L. 
Lebanon, St. Luke's, 130. 

G. A. Zellers, a. m. 
Lewistown, St. Mark's, 53. 

M.D. 

Lock Haven, St Paul's, 149. G. J. Wood. 
Lykens, Christ, 24. H. C. Pastorius. 
Mahanoy City, Faith, 70. Geo. Greene. 
Manheim, St Pauls, 24. H. C. Pastorius. 
Mansfield, St James', 37. J. B. Blanche t. 
Marietta, St. John's, 64. M. Karcher. 
Mauch Chunk, St Mark's, 303. Marcus 
Alden Tolman ; C. L. Fulforth, a. m. 

St John's Chp. (East), C. L. Fulforth. 

Mechanicsburg, St Luke's, 27. J. E. C. 

Smedes, D. D. 
Milford, Good Shepherd, 31. 
Milton, Christ M., 23. 
Minersville, St Paul's, 32. E. P. Brown. 
Montrose, St Paul's, 65. E. A. Warriner. 
Montoursvilie, Our Saviour, 47. C. J. Kii- 

gour. 
Morgantown, St. Thomas', 7 . S. McElwee. 
Mount Hope, Hope Church, 5* 
Muncy, St James', 107. 
Nanticoke, St. Gorge' s,4&. J.D.Ferguson. 
New Milford, St Mark's, 51. C. L. Cooder. 
Newport, Nativity M, 15. 
Nickel Mines, Grace, 16. R. L. Chittenden. 
Northumberland, St. Mark's, 22. C. Mori- 
son. 
Orbisonia, Trinity M., 30. E. R. Rich. 
Paradise, All Saints', 39. R. L. Chittenden. 
Pike, at Matthew's, 20. Geo. P. Hopkms. 



Chittenden. 
Chandler Hare ; 

H. Cruikshank, 



Philiipsburg, St, Paul's, 135. F. J. Clerc, 
D.D. 

Pittston, St James', 58. C. J. Roke. 

Pleasant Mount, St Paul's, 18. 

Plymouth, St. Peter-' s, 61. J. P. Ware. 

Potts viile, Trinity, 509. J as. F. Powers; 
M. Honey man, a. m. 

Reading, Christ Cathedral, 314. W. P. Or- 
rick, D.D. 

Reading, St Barnabas', 94. L. R. Dalrymple. 

St. Luke's Chp., 25. M. Honey man. 

Renovo, Trinity, 48. J. Cooper. 

Riverside, Grace, 31. 

Salem, St John's. 

Sandy Valley, St. DavioVs. D'Estaing Jen- 
nings. 

Sayre, Redeemer, 125. C. M. Carr. 

Schuylkill Haven, St James', 22. B. W. 
Atwell. 

Scranton, St Luke's, 348. Henry C. Swentzel. 

Good Shepherd (Green Ridge), 120. 

F. S. Ballentine. 

St David's (Hyde Park), 30. 

Shamokin, Trinity, 77. W. F. Watkins, Jr. 

Springviiie, St. Andrew's, 15. 

South Bethlehem, Nativity, 272. Cleland 

K. Nelson, Jr.; Charles E. Taylor, a. m. 
St. Clair, Holy Apostles, 46. C. A. Marks. 
Steeiton, Trinity M, 53. J. E. C. Smedes. 
Sterling, Zion, 11. 

Sugar Loaf, St Gabriel's, 17. J. D. Rock- 
well. 
Summit Hill, St Philip's, 47. 
Sunbury, St Matthew's, 111. C. Morison. 
Susquehanna, Christ, 44. B. H. Abbott. 
Tamaqua, Calvary, 40. W. B. Burk. 
Tioga, St Andrew's, 57. 
Towanda, Christ, 158. Percy J. Robottom. 
Troy, St Paul's, 50. F. T. Eastment. 
Tunkhannock, St. Peter's, 27. 
Upper Fairfield, Good Shepherd, 40. 
Weatherly, Christ, 17. 
Weilsboro', St. Paul's, 87. A. W. Snyder. 
West Pittston, Trinity, 120. D. W. Coxe. 
Wilkes-Barre, St Stephen's, 358. Henry L. 

Jones; H. E. Harden, a.m. 

St Clement's, 76. C. L. Sleight. 

White Haven, St Paul's, 31. 
Wiiiiamsport, Christ, 375. W. H. Graff; 

D. S. Hamilton, a. m. 

Trinity, 220. George C. Foley. 

Williamstown, Mission, 13. H. C. Pastorius. 
York, St John's, 225. W. G. Ware. 
York Springs, Christ Chp. T. P. Ege. 

Secretary of Convention. — R. A. Laraberton, 
LL.D., South-Bethlehem. Assistant, J. M. 
Lamberton, Harrisburg. 

Treasurer of the Convention and Episcopal 
Funds. — P. R. Stetson, Reading. 

Registrar.— -W. H. Chandler, Ph.I)., South- 
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Chancellor of the Diocese. — J. G. Freeze, 
Bloomsburg. 

Treasurer of the Christmas Fund. — W. L. 
Dunglison, South-Bethlehem. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. Wm. C. Lever- 
ett (pres.), H. L. Jones (sec), M. A. 
Tolman, E. Leaf, C. F. Knight, D.D., 
D.C.L. ; Messrs. R. A. Lamberton, LL.D., 
H. S. Goodwin, J. I. Blackslee, J. G. 
Freeze, G. E. Farquhar. 

Presidents of Convocations. — Reading, Rev. 
C. Hare; Harrisburg, Rev. A. C. Powell ; 
Williamsport, Rev. Gr. C. Foley ; Scr anion, 
Rev. H. C. Swentzel. 

Examining Chaplains. — Convocation of 
Reading : Revs. W. P. Orrick, D.D. • A. M. 
Abel; Convocation of Harrisburg : Revs. 
C. F. Knight, D.D.,D.C.L. ; F. J. C Moran ; 
Convocation of Williamsport : Revs. J. H. 
Black, W. C. Leverett; Convocation of 
Scranion : Revs. H. E. Hayden, G. C. 
Hall. 

Board of Missions. — The Bishop, pres. (ex- 
qff.) ; Revs. C. Hare, A. C. Powell, G. C. 
Foley, H.C.Swentzel ; Messrs. R. H. Sayre 
(treas., South-Bethlehem), W. L. Dungli- 
son (sec), R. "H. Sayre (treas.), C. La 
RueMunson, S. L. Brown, W. A. Atlee. 

St. Luke's Hospital, South- Bethlehem. — Pres. 



(ex-off.) of the Board, the Bishop ; treas., 
E. P. Wilbur, South-Bethlehem. 

The Lehigh University, South- Bethlehem. — 
Pres., Robert A. Lamberton, LL.D. ; the 
Bishop, pres. (ex-qf.) of Board of Trus- 
tees ; E. P. Wilbur, sec 

Yeates Institute, Lancaster. — Head-master, 
Rev. M. R. Hooper. 

Selwyn Hall, Diocesan School for Boys, 
Reading. — Rev. W. J. Wikie in charge. 

Bishopthorpe School for Girls, South-Bethle- 
hem. — Principal, Miss F. I. Walsh. 

Church Home and Orphanage, Jonestown. — 
Pres., the Bishop; warden, Rev. C. Hare; 
matron in charge, Miss L. Conklin ; chap- 
lain, Rev. A. M. Abel. 

Statistics for year ending June 10, 1889. — 
Clergy, 108 ; parishes, 92 ; missions, 53 ; 
candidates for orders, 10; ordinations: 
deacon, 1, priests, 4; baptisms: in- 
fants, 1,181, adults, 246; continuations, 
810 (Bp. Howe, 121 ; Bp. Rulison, 689) ; 
communicants, 9/765 ; marriages, 238 ; 
burials, 681 ; S. S. teachers, 1,397 ; S. S. 
scholars, 13,063 ; total of contributions, 
$253,651.27. 

The Nineteenth Annual Convention will be 
held in Christ Church, Towanda, June 10, 
1890, at 7.30 o'clock p.m. 



Diocese of Chicago. Organized a.d. 1835. 

Comprising all that portion of the State of Illinois lying north of the counties of Rock 
Island, Henry, and Bureau, east of the Illinois River, and north of the counties of 
Tazewell, McLean, Champaign, and Vermilion. 

Population (1880), 1,234,825 ; square miles, 15,057. 

The Rt. Rev. William Edward McLaren, D.D., D.C.L. (1875), Bishop, 255 Ontario st., 

Chicago. 



Algonquin, St. John's, 10. E. F. X. Cleve- 
land. 
Amboy, St. Thomas', 39. G. A. Whitney. 
Aurora, Trinity, 167. C. A. Holbrook. 
Austin, St. Paul's M., 100. A. A. Fiske. 
Batavia, Calvary, 43. J. Gr. H. Barry. 
Central Park, St. Barnabas', 60. 
Chicago, Cathedral, 398. The Bishop ; Lu- 
iher Pardee, dean; G. S. Todd. 

All Saints 1 , 33. M. H. Throop, Jr. 

Ascension, 375. E. A. Larrabee. 

Calvary, 301. Walter H. Moore. 

Epiphany, 590. T. N. Morrison, Jr. 

Good Shepherd, 34. H. W. Scaife. 

Grace, 725. Clinton Locke, D.D. 

Messiah, 154. Frank M. Gregg. 

Our Saviour, 389. William J. Petrie. 

— - St. Alban's, 21. G. W. Knapp. 



Chicago, St. Andrew's, 380. W. C. De Witt. 

St. Ansgarius', 368. Herman Lindskog. 

St. Clement's, W\. J. H.Knowles. 

St. James', 1,001. William H. Yibbert, 

S.T.D. ; G. Tuckerman. 

St. John's (South), 62. 

St. John the Divine, 75. T. E. Green. 

St. Luke's, 170. C. J. Adam-. 

St. Mark's, 526. W. White Wilson. 

St. Philip the Evangelist, 84. 

St. Stephen's, lb 9. 

St. Thomas', 156. James E. Thomp- 
son. 

Transfiguration, 189. W. Delafield, 

Trinity, 600. C. E. Brandt. 

Trinity Mission, 33. T. D. Phillips. 

De Kalb, St, Paul's, 21. C. E. Brandt. 



CHICAGO. 



W. 



Dixon, St. Luke's, 100. 

Dundee, St. James', 42. 
M.D. 

East Grove, Holy Trinity, 13. A. B. Liver- 
more. 

Elgin, Redeemer, 167. J. Stewart Smith. 

El Paso, St. Andrew's, 18. W. M. Steel. 

Englewood, St Bartholomew 's, 288. Colin 
C. Tate. 

Evanston, St Mark's, 266. Arthur W. Little. 

Farm Ridge, St. Andrew's, 44. H. T. Heister. 

Fen wood, Incarnation, 9. 

Freeport, Zion, 72. 

Galena, Grace, 130. Samuel J. Yundt. 

Geneva, St. Mark's, 28. J. G. H. Barry. 

Grand Crossing, St. George s, 50. 

Grand Detour, St. Peter's, 10. 

Harvard, Christ, 58. Marcus Lane. 

Highland Park, Trinity, 81. John 
Elliott, 

Hinsdale, Grace, 64. A. B. Livermore. 

Hyde Park, St Paul's, 385. C. H. Bixby. 

Irving Park, St. John's, 38. W. Richmond. 

Joliet, Christ 229. C. C. Camp. 

Kankakee, St. Paul's, 223. D. S. Phillips. 

La Grange, Emmanuel, 188. Morton Stone. 

Lake View, St Peters, 68. S. C. Edsall. 

Lockport, St. John's, 54. L. D. Mansfield. 

Manhattan, St. Paul's, 25. Charles R. Hodge. 

May wood, Holy Communion, 71. J. M. 
Curtis. 

Momence, Good Shepherd, 70. Geo. Moore. 

Morris, St. Thomas' , 78. 

Morrison, St. Ann's, 31. Wm. Brittain. 

Napervilie, St. John's, 54. Henry C. rf Dyer. 

New Lenox, Grace, 32. C. R. Hodge. 

North Evanston, St. Matthew's, 27. 

Norwood Park, St. Allan's, 17. W. Rich- 
mond. 

Oak Park, Christ, 190. Geo. B. Pratt. 

Ottawa, Christ, 104. John H. Edwards. 

Pontiac, Grace, 33. W. M. Steel. 

Pullman, All Saints' , 71. 

Ravenswood, All Saints', 135. Charles 
Ferguson. 

Riverside, St. Paul's, 99. J. P. D. Llwyd. 

Rockford, Emmanuel, 203. D. C. Peabody. 

Roger's Park, 5^. Paul's, 60. C. E. Brandt. 

Savanna, St. Paul's, 24. Wm. Brittain. 

South Evanston, St. Luke's, 90. Daniel F. 
Smith. 

Sterling, Grace, 86. A. A. Joss. 

Stock Yards, Holy Innocents, 77. Henry 
C. Kinney. 

Streator, Christ, 133. L. W. Applegate. ■ 

Sycamore, St. Peter's, 45. B. F. Fleetwood. 

Warren, St Barnabas', 7. 

Washington Heights, St. Jude's, 32. 



Waukegan, Christ, 130. William E. Toll. 
E. F. X. Cleveland, Wheaton, Trinity, 27. 

Wilmington, Redeemer, 30. 
Winnetka, Christ, 27. Antoine Lechner. 
Woodland Park, Christ, 91. Joseph Rush- 
ton. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. L. Pardee, 
18 S. Peoria st , Chicago. Assistant, Rev. 
J. Stewart Smith, Elgin. Bishop's Sec, 
Rev. S. C. Edsall, Chicago. 

Treasurer of Convention. — W. K. Reed, 104 
Washington st., Chicago. 

Chancellor.— -S. C. Judd, LL.D., Chicago. 

Registrar. — Rev. J. H. Knowles, Chicago. 

Standing Committee.— Revs. T. N. Morrison, 
D.D. (pres.), D. S. Phillips, E. B. Bishop; 
Messrs. F. B. Peabody (sec), A. T. Lay, 
C. R. Larrabee. 

Rural Deans.— Rev. V. C. Peabody, Northern 
Deanery; Rev. D. S. Phillips, Southern 
Deanery; Rev. C. Locke, D.D., North- 
Eastern Deanery. 

Archdeacon of the Diocese. — Rev. E. R. 
Bishop. 

Board of Missions.— The Bishop (pres. ex- 
off.), the Rural Deans (members ex-off.) ; 
Revs. W. H. Vibbert, S.T.D., W. E. Toll, 
W. H. Moore, E. F. Cleveland ; Messrs. 
E. R. P. Shurly, W. K. Ackerman, J. W. 
Doane, A. T. Lay, C. H. Jordan. 

Trustees of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
in the Diocese of Illinois. — Revs. D. S. 
Phillips, W. H. Moore, H. C. Kinney; 
Messrs. C. D. Dana, J. M. Banks, C. 
Comstock. 

St Luke's Free Hospital, Chicago. — The 
Bishop (patron), Rev. C. Locke, D.D. 
(pres.), E. K. Hubbard (sec), N. K. Fair- 
bank (treas.), Rev. G. S. Todd (chap.). 

The Western Theological Seminary, Chicago. 
— The Bishop, pres. of the Board of Trus- 
tees. 

St. Agnes' School, Chicago. — The Bishop, 
visitor. 

Statistics for year ending May 28, 1889. 
— Clergy, 77 ; parishes, 48 ; missions, 37 ; 
candidates for orders, 7 ; ordinations : dea- 
con, 1, priests, 2; baptisms, 1,605; con- 
firmations, 905 ; communicants, 12,126 ; 
marriages, 516 ; burials, 743 ; S. S. teach- 
ers, 901 ; S. S. scholars, 9,225 ; total of 
contributions, $344,650.82. 

The Fifty-third Annual Convention will be 
held in the Cathedral, Chicago, on Tues- 
day, May 28, 1890, at 9 a.m. 



THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Diocese of Colorado. Organized a.d. 1887. 

Population (1885), 240,000 ; square miles, 103,925. 

The Rt. Rev. John Franklin Spalding, D.D. (1873), Bishop, Denver. 



Alamosa, St. Thomas', 49. Amos Bannister. 

Aspen, Christ, 65. Alexander Allen. 

Bald Mountain, Christ, 40. T. Hood. 

Boulder, St. John's, 40. S. M. Wren. 

Breckenridge, Mission, 16. J. W. Ohl. 

Buena Vista, Grace, 12. 

Canon City, Christ, 41. S. W. Garrett. 

Cascade, St. MichaeVs. J. C. S. Weills. 

Central, St. Paul's, 34. T. Hood. 

Colorado City, Good Shepherd. J. C. S. 
Weills. 

Colorado Springs, Grace, 170. A. R. Kieffer. 

Del Norte, Epiphany. A. Bannister. 

Denver, All Saints' (North), 40. A. G. Sing- 
sen. 

Emmanuel {West), 122. D. D. Wallace. 

St. John's Cathedral, 600. H. Martyn 

Hart, dean / J. C. C. Kemm. 

St. Mark's, 200. A. W. Arundel. 

St. Paul's, 36. J. Digby Johnston. 

St. Stephen's, 12. 

Trinity Memorial, 223. C. H. Marshall. 

Durango, St. Mark's, 60. 

Eastonville, St. Timothy' ) s. A.J M. Hudson. 

Fort Collins, St. Luke's, 72. J. F. Prothero. 

Georgetown, Grace, 19. G. E. Edgar. 

Glenwood Springs, St. Barnabas' , 15. Alex- 
ander Allen. 

Golden, Calvary, 20. 

Greeley, Holy Trinity, 40. 

Gunnison, Good Samaritan, 16. J. W. Ohl. 

Idaho Springs, Calvary, 33. T. Hood. 

La Jara, All Saints' . A. Bannister. 

La Junta, Mission, 16. Amos Watkins. 

Las Animas, Messiah, 37. Amos Watkins. 

Leadville, St. George's, 201. 

Littleton, St. Paul's, 24. Francis Byrne. 

Longmont, Si. Stephen's, 40. W. Worthing- 
ton. 

Manitou, St. Andrew's, 44. J. C. S. Weills. 

Meeker, St. James', 31. A. L. Williams. 

Monte Vista, St. Stephen's, 18. Amos Ban- 
nister. 

Ouray, St. John's, 44. O. E. Ostenson. 

Pueblo, St. Peter's, 96. B. F. Matran. 

Holy Trinity (South), 63. E. P. Newton. 

Salida, Ascension, 55. J. W. Ohl. 

Silver Cliff, St. Luke's, 6. G. W. Garrett. 



Silver Plume, St. Clement's. G. E. Edgar. 
Telluride, St. Michael's, 8. O. E. Ostenson- 
Trinidad, Trinity, 27. G. W. Hinkle. 
Villa Grove, St. James', 16. Henry Dunlop. 
West Plum, Mission, 18. F. Byrne. 

Secretary and Registrar. —Rev. O. E. Osten- 
son, Ouray. Assistant, C. W. Boynton, 
Longmont. 

Treasurer. — C. D. Cobb, Denver. 

Treasurer of Diocesan Missions. — H. A. 
Mclntyre, Denver. 

Treasurer of Episcopate Fund. — David Ru- 
bidge, Denver. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. H. Martyn 
Hart, A. R. Kieffer,C. H. Marshall ; Messrs. 
W. F. Stone, Milo A. Smith, G. J. Boal. 

Examining Chaplains. — For Northern Colo- 
rado : Revs. H. M. Hart, C. H. Marshall. 
For Southern Colorado : Revs. A. R. Kief- 
fer, J. C. S. Weills. 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. F. Byrne, J. C. 
S. Weills, E. P. Newton; Messrs. P. M. 
Liddy, W. A. Sherman, C. F. Bicher. 

Chancellor. — Hon. W. F. Stone. 

Cathedral Schools. — Theological School, 
Denver. — Instructors : The Bishop, assist- 
ed by the Denver clergy. Jarvis Hall, 
Denver. — A boarding and day school for 
boys. Rev. W. C. Bradshaw, prin. Wolfe 
Hall, Denver. — A boarding and day school 
for girls. Miss F. M. Buchan, prin. ; Rev. 
C. L. Mallory, chap. 

St. Luke's Hospital, Denver. — Average num- 
ber of patients, 40. The Bishop, pres. ; 
J. N. Baxter, sec. ; Dr. E. R. Axtell, supt. 

Statistics for year ending May 10, 1889. — 
Clergy, 33 ; parishes, 20 ; missions, 15 ; 
candidates for orders, 8 ; ordinations : 
deacons, 6 ; priests, 5 ; baptisms : infants, 
338, adults, 80; confirmations, 269; 
communicants, 2,600 ; marriages, 159 ; 
burials, 224 ; S. S. teachers, 250 ; S. S. 
scholars, 2,800 ; total of contributions, 
$67,028.38. 

The Fourth Annual Council will be held in 
the Cathedral, Denver, when Bishop ap- 
points. 



CONNECTICUT. 



89 



Diocese of Connecticut. Organized a.d. 1783. 

Population (1880), 622,683 ; square miles, 4,674. 
The Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D. (1851), Bishop, Middletown. 



Ansonia, Christ, 450. C. E. Woodcock. 

Bantam, St. Paul's, 60. Hiram Stone. 

Bethany, Christ, 86. 

Bethel, St. Thomas', 296. G. P. Torrence. 

Bethlehem, Christ, 52. Ralph H. Bowles. 

Birmingham, St. James', 352. G. H. Buck. 

Bloomfield, St. Andrew's, 29. 

Branford, Trinity, 213. M. K. Bailey. 

Bridgeport (East End), Trinity Memorial 
Chapel, 40. B. J. Davis. 

Christ, 333. B. E. Warner. 

St. John's, 385. Otto Arnold, a. m. 

St. Paul's, 318. Milledge Walker. 

• Nativity, 41. Charles L. Pardee. 

* Trinity, 202. Louis N. Booth. 

Bridgewater, St. Mark's, 77. G. Henry 
Smith. 

Bristol, Trinity, 94. 

Broad Brook, Grace, 40. 

Brookfield, St. Paul's, 223. E. L. Whitcome. 

Brooklyn, Trinity, 61. S. F. Jarvis. 

Canaan, Christ, 92. Francis W. Barnett. 

Cheshire, St. Peter's, 226. J. Frederick Sex- 
ton. 

Clinton, Holy Advent, 63. P. L. Shepard. 

Colchester, Calvary, 32. E. J. Johnson. 

Collinsville, Trinity, 104. Jesse E. Heald. 

Danbury, St. James', 473. Byron J. Hall. 

Danielsonville, St. Alban's, 96. C. G. Bris- 
tol. 

Darien, St. Luke's, 100. Louis French. 

Durham, Epiphany, 61. 

East Haddam, St. Stephen's, 98. Alfred T. 
Parsons. 

East Hartford, St-. John's, 83. J. J. McCook ; 
L. Simonson, a. m. 

East Haven, Christ, 54. Cbas. Westermann. 

Easton, Christ, 35. Wm. H. Bulkley. 

East Plymouth, St. Matthew's, 12. W. E. 
Hooker. 

Essex, St. John's, 50. Henrv C. Randall. 

Fairfield, St. Paul's, 121. *W. Strother 
Jones. 

Fair Haven, St. James\ 195. William E. 
Vibbert, D.D. 

Fannin gt on, St. James' Chp., 27. 

Forestville, St. John's M., 83. W. E. John- 
son. 

Glastonbury, St. James', 64. S. F. Adams. 

Gleoville, [Emmanuel, 34. Wm. Tatlock, 
D.D. ; G. T. Linsley, a. m. 

Greenville, St. Andrew's, 48. 

Greenwich, Christ and Calvary, 185. Ben- 
jamin M. Yarrington ; C.W. Freeland, a.m. 

Groton, Bp. Seabury, 48. W. L. Peck. 

Guilford, Christ, 163. William G. Andrews, 
D.D. 



Hamden, Grace, 48. W. D. Humphrey. 
Hartford, Christ, 789. Floyd W. Tomkins ; 
J. J. Burd, a. m. 

Good Shepherd, 162. J. H. Watson. 

Grace Chapel, 133. J. H. Barbour. 

St. James', 120. John T. Huntington. 

St. John's, 240. James W. Bradin. 

St. Thomas', 136. G. R. Warner. 

Trinity, 253. Storrs O. Seymour. 

Trinity College Chapel, 111. G. William- 
son Smith, D.D., LL.D. 

Hazard ville, St. Mary's, 40. J. Francis 
George. 

Hebron, St. Peter's, 46. 

Huntington, St. Paul's, 87. W. I. Magill. 

Kent, St. Andrew's, 90. W. F. Bielby. 

~K\\\mgwovt\i,Emmanuel,4%. W. C. Knowles. 

Lime Rock, Trinity, 81. Richard F. Put- 
nam. 

Litchfield, St. Michael's, 209. L. P. Bis- 
sell. 

Long Hill, Grace, 70. C. W. Boylston. 

Marbledale, St. Andrew's, 80. J. D. Gilli- 
land. 

Meriden, St. Andrew's, 658. A. T. Randall; 
G. W. Griffith, a. m. 

Middlefield, St. Paul's, 25. 

Middle Haddam, Christ. 94. F. D. Harri- 
man ; G. A. Alcott, a. m. 

Middletown, Holy Trinity, 486. J. L. Parks, 
S.T.D.; S. S. Mitchell, a. m. 

Christ, 98. John Town send. 

St, Luke's Chapel. John Binnev, ch. 

Milford, St. Peter's, 180. J. H. Fitzgerald. 

Milton, Trinity, 30. Hiram Stone. 

Monroe, St, Peter's, 56. A. Goldsborough. 

Mystic River, St. Mark's, 122. J. Hooper. 

Naugatuck, St. Michael's, 276. J. W. Ells- 
worth. 

New Britain, St. Mark's, 316. James Stod- 
dard. 

New Canaan, St. Mark's, 158. M. M. Fother- 
gill. 

New Haven, Ascension, 368. S. Hal stead 
Watkins. 

All Saints' M., 67. E. H. Cleveland. 

Christ, 241. George B. Morgan. 

Grace, 22S. E. T. Sanford. 

St. John's, 210. Stewart Means. 

St. Luke's, 97. Alfred C. Brown. 

St. Paul's, 700. Edwin S. Lines ; A. L. 

Sawyer, a. m. G. A. Alcott. 
St. Thomas', 247. E. E. Beardslev, D.D., 

LL.D. 
Trinity, 623. Edwin Harwood, D.D.; 

H. P. Nichols, a. m. 
Trinity Chapel, 81. C. A. Doupe. 



90 



THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Newington, Grace, 37. Jarad Starr. 

New London, St. James' , 454. J. F. Bing- 
ham, D.D. 

New Milford, St. John's, 452. E. R. Brown. 

All Saints' Memorial, 53. F. W. Dra- 
per. 

Newtown, Trinity, 294. G. Morris Wilkins. 

Nichol's Farms, Trinity, 40. C. W. Boylston. 

North Branford, Zion, 21. W. H. Dean. 

Northfield, Trinity, 42. David L. Sanford. 

Northford, St. Andrew's, 47. W. H. Rob- 
erts. 

North Guilford, St. John's, 54. W. H. Dean. 

North Haven, St. John's, 185. W. Lusk, Jr. 

Norwalk, St. Paul's, 600. C. M. Selleck. 

Norwich, Christ, 2yl. Richard H. Nelson. 

St. Andrew's, 54. N. H. Burnham. 

Trinity, 243. E. B. Schmitt 

Oxford, St. Peter's, 53. Lewis F. Morris. 

Pine Meadows, St. John's 76. T. D. Mar- 
tin, Jr. 

Plain ville, Our Saviour, 106. W. Everett 
Johnson ; G. W. Barhydt, a. m. 

Plymouth, St Peter's, 140. Wm. E. Hooker. 

Pomfret, Christ, 56. 

Ponsett, St. James', 26. W. C. Knowles. 

Poquetannock, St. James', 42. X. Alanson 
Welton. 

Portland, Trinity, 324. O. H. Raftery. 

Putnam, St. Philip's Chapel, 30. 

Quaker's Farms, Christ, 32. Lewis F. Morris. 

Redding Ridge, Christ, 72. 

Ridgefield, St. Stephen's, 143. Foster Ely, 
D.D. 

Riverton, St. Paul's, 20. T. D. Martin, Jr. 

Rockville, St. John's, 57. C. E. Ball. 

Round Hill, Calvary, 25. Geo. T. Linsley. 

Roxbury, Christ, 64. William C. Cooley. 

Salisbury, St. John's, 106. J. H. George. 

Sandy Hook, Si. John's, 94. A. P. Chapman. 

Say brook, Grace, 92. J. D. S. Pardee. 

Seymour, Trinity, 258. 

Sharon, Christ, 70. G. Rumney. 

Southbury, Epiphany, 27. 

Southford, Good Shepherd, 18. Lewis F. 
Morris. 

South Glastonbury, 'St. Luke's, 112. 

South Manchester, St. Mary's, 331. E. H. 
Coley. 

South Norwalk, Trinity, 214. Olin Hallock. 

Southington, St Paul's M, 45. W. E. John- 
son. 

Southport, Trinity, 229. C. G. Adams. 

Stafford Springs, Grace, 58. 

Stamford, St. John's, 662. W. Tatlock, D.D.; 
Edward Riggs, a. m. 

St. Andrew's, 215. F. W. Brathwaite; 

C. W. Freeland, a. m. 

Stonington, Calvary, 84. S. H. S. Gallaudet. 

Stratford, Christ, 194. C. L. Pardee. 

Suffield, Calvary, 33. J. Francis George. 

Tariffville, Trinity, 36. 



Tashua, Christ, 96. W. H. Bulkley. 

Thomaston, Trinity, 142. D. L. Sanford. 

Thompsonville, St, Andrew's, 157. J. Fran- 
cis George. 

Torrington, Trinity, 185. H. M. Sherman. 

Unionville, Christ, 94. 

Wallingford, St. Paul's, 279. J. E.Wildman. 

Warehouse Point, St. John's, 124. Alfred 
Poole Grint, Ph.D. 

Washington, St. John's, 78. W. G. Spencer, 
D.D. 

Waterbury, St. John's, 651. Edmund Row- 
land, D.D. 

Trinity, 429. R. W. Micou. 

Watertown, Christ, 304. H. M. Cunningham. 

West Ansonia, Immanuel, 28. M. H. Well- 
man. 

West-Hartford, St. James', 22. 

West-Haven, Christ, 210. H. B. Whitney, 

Weston, Emmanuel, 43. A. N. Lewis. 

Westport, Christ, 178. Thomas A. Hyde. 

Holy Trinity, 158. Alonzo N. Lewis. 

West-Stratford, Trinity Memorial Chapel, 
35. C. L. Pardee. 

Westville, St. James', 129. Charles C. Camp. 

Wethersfield, Trinity, 134. 

Willimantic, St. Paul's, 65. George Buck. 

Wilton, St. Matthew's, 75. James E. Colev. 

Windham, St. Paul's, 26. 

Windsor, Grace, 134. F. W. Harriman. 

Windsor Locks, St. Paul's, 30. 

Winsted, St. James', 95. Geo. M. Stanley. 

Woodbury, St. Paul's, 132. J. Chauncey 
Lindsley. 

Yalesville, St. John Evangelist, 45. J. E. 
Wildman. . 

Yantic, Grace, 78. Thomas Bell. 

Secretary of Convention. — Rev.M. K. Bailey, 

Branford. 
Treasurer. — F. J. Kingsbury, Waterbury. 
Registrar.— Rev. S. Hart, D.D., Hartford. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. E.E. Beardsley, 

D.D., LL.D. (pres.), W. Tatlock, D.D., S. 

O. Seymour (sec), E. S. Lines, Samuel 

Hart, D.D. 
Donations and Bequests. — J. A. Smith, sec, 

Hartford ; J. Bolter, treas., Hartford. 
Bishop's Fund. — J. L. Greene, sec, Hart : 

ford ; Rev. F. Goodwin, treas., Hartford. 
Church Scholarship Society. — Rev. J. H. 

Watson, sec. and treas., Hartford. 
Examining Chaplains. — Revs.T. R. Pynchon, 

D.D., LL.D., J. Binney, W. A. Johnson, 

S. Fuller, D.D., E. E. Beardsley, D.D., 

LL.D., E. Harwood, D.D., S. Clarke, S. O. 

Seymour, F. Gardiner, D.D. 
Aged and [nfvrm Clergy and Widows' Fund. 

—Rev. Wi. E. Vibbert, D.D., sec, Fair 

Haven ; J. C. Hollister, treas., New-Haven. 
Missionary Society of the Diocese. — Burton 

Mansfield, sec and treas., New-Haven. 



DELAWAKE. 



91 



Episcopal Academy of Connecticut, Cheshire. 

— The Bishop, pres. (ex-of.) of the Board 

of Trustees ; Kev. S. J. Horton, D.D., v. 

pres. and prin. 
St Margaret's School for Girls, Waterbury. 

— The Bishop, pres. {ex-off.) of the 

Board of Trustees; Rev. F. T. Russell, 

rector. 
Trinity College, Hartford. — Chancellor, the 

Bishop, Pres., Rev. G.Williamson Smith, 

D.D. 
Berkeley Divinity School, Middletown. — The 

Bishop, pres. {ex-off.) of the Board of 



Trustees. C. E. Jackson, sec. and treas., 

Middletown. 
Statistics for year ending June 11, 1889. — 

Clergy, 195; parishes, 145; missions, 29; 

candidates for orders, 20; ordinations: 

deacons, 7, priests, 6 ; baptisms : infants, 

1,678, adults, 318; confirmations, 1,444; 

communicants, 24,906; marriages, 687; 

burials, 1,525; S. S. teachers, 1,915 ; S. S. 

scholars, 16,407 ; total of contributions, 

$503,724.56. 
The One Hundred and Third Annual 

Convention will be held on June 10, 1890. 



Diocese of Delaware. Organized a.d. 1786. 

Population (1880), 146,654 ; square miles, 2,120. 
The Rt. Rev. Leighton Coleman, S.T.D., LL.D., Bishop (1888), Wilmington. 



Baltimore Mills, Grace, 13. 
Brandywine Hundred, Calvary, 17. 

Grace, 52. J. Karcher. 

Broad Creek, Christ, 50. 

Christiana Hundred, Christ, 115. Dudley 

D. Smith. 
Claymont, Ascension, 24. Edward Owen. 
Delaware City, Christ, 44. William C. Starr. 
Dover, Christ, 121. L. W. Gibson. 
Ellis Grove, St. Andrew's, 11. 
Georgetown, St Paul's, 70. J. Leighton Mc- 

Kim. 
Greenville, St. John's, 71. 
llarrington. St Stephen's, 4. J. C. Kerr. 
Highlands, Immanuel, 58. K. J. Hammond. 
Indian River, St George's, 24. J. L. McKim. 
li&uvel, St. Philip' s Chapel, 50. J. L. McKim. 
Lewes, St. Peter's, 36. J. H. H. Brown. 
Little Creek, St Mark's, 47. 
Long Neck, Chapel of the Comforter^ 12. 

G. W. Johnson. 
Middletown, St. Anne's, 107. Joseph Beers. 
Milford, Christ, 70. James C. Kerr. 
Millsboro', St. Mark's, 14. Lewis W. Wells. 
Milton, St John Baptist's, 15. J. L. McKim. 
Newark, St Thomas', 81. Geo. M. Bond. 
Newcastle, Immanuel, 180. P. B. Lightner. 
Newport, St James', 16. E. H. Eckel. 
Seaford, St Luke's, 147. J. T. L. Hynes. 
Smyrna, St. Peter's, 122. Geo. W. Dame, Jr. 
Stanton, St. James', 60. E. H. Eckel. 
Wilmington, St Andrew's, 318. Charles E. 

Murray; F. D. Hoskins, am. 



Wilmington, Trinity, 310. H. Ashton Henry. 

Calvary, 94. David Howard. 

Holy Trinity (old Swedes 1 ). Martin 

B. Dunlap. 
Immanuel (P. O. Greenville), 58. K.J. 

Hammond. 
- — St John's, 212. T. Gardiner Littell, D.D. 



Secretary of Convention. — S. M. Curtis, New- 
ark. Assistant, F. G. Du Pont, Wilmington. 

Treasurer. — E. T. Canbv, Wilmington. 

Registrar.— Rev. T. G.' Littell, D.D., Wil- 
mington. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. L. W. Gibson 
(pres.), D. D. Smith (sec), T. G. Littell, 
D.D.; Mr. S.Minot Curtis,Dr. Horace Burr. 

Trustees of the Diocese. — Messrs. H. Ridgely, 
G. H. Bates, G. D. Armstrong, T. Hol- 
comb, E. T. Canby, H. Martin. 

Missionary and Education Committee. — The 
Bishop (chairman) ; Revs. C. E. Mur- 
ray, D. D. Smith; Dr. C. E. Buck 
(treas.), F. G. Du Pont. 

Statistics for year ending June 6, 1889. — 
Clergy, 33; parishes, 29; missions, 9; 
baptisms: infants, 236, adults, 61 , confir- 
mations, 272; communicants, 2,416; mar- 
riages, 62; burials, 160; S. S. teachers, 
240; S. S. scholars, 2,129; total of 
contributions, $59,422.04. 

The One Hundred and Fourth Annual Con- 
vention will be held in Immanuel Church, 
New Ca.-tle, June 4, 1890. 



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Diocese of East Carolina. Organized a.d. 1883. 

Comprising the counties of Hertford, Bertie, Martin, Pitt, Greene, Wayne, Sampson, 
Cumberland and Robeson, and of all the counties lying between these counties and the 
Atlantic Ocean in the State of North Carolina. 

Population (1880), 421,232; square miles, 17,460. 
The Rt. Rev. Alfred Atjgustin Watson, D.D. (1884), Bishop, Wilmington. 



Aurora, Mission, 44. N. C. Hughes, Jr. 

Bath, St. Thomas', 40. N. E. Price. 

Beaufort, St. Paul's, 50. E. M. Forbes. 

Beaufort County, St. James' , 23. N. E. 
Price. 

St. John's, 22. N. C. Hughes, D.D. 

Trinity, 56. N. Collin Hughes, D.D. 

Zion, 94. Robert B. Windley. 

Bertie Co., Grace, 39. H. M. Jarvis. 

St. Mar&s. 

Clinton, St. Faiti's, 36. J. W. Turner. 

Columbia, St,. Andrew's M., 6. 

Durham's Creek, St. John's, 29. 

Edenton, St. Paul's, 83. Robert B. Drane. 

St. John Evangelist M, 33. R. B. Drane. 

Elizabeth City, Christ, 110. Louis L. Will- 
iams. 

Faison, St Gabriel's, 12. J. M. Hilly ar. 

Fayetteville, St. John's, 286. Thomas Atkin- 
son. 

- — St. Joseph's, 72. J. C. Huske, D.D. 

Gatesville, St. Mary's, 40. 

Gates County, St. Peter's M. 

Goldsboro, St. Stephen's, 87. J. M. Hillyar. 

Greenville, St. Paul's, 55. N. Collin 
Hughes, D.D. 

Hamilton, St. Martin's, 4:4:. W. J. Smith. 

Hertford, Holy Trinity, 47. W. J. Lynd. 

Hyde County, St. George's, 71. S. S. Barber. 

Kinston, St. Mary's, 57. Israel Harding. 

Lenoir County, Holy Innocents' , 19. Israel 
Harding. 

Makeleyville, St. John's, 18. S. S. Barber. 

Newbern, Christ, 227. Van Winder Shields. 

St. Cyprian's, 60. P. W. Cassey. 

Pitt County, St. John's, 42. Israel Harding. 

Plymouth, Grace, 47. L Ebon. 

Rock Fish, Christ, 104. J. C. Huske, D.D. 

Scuppernong, St. David's, 94. Luther Eborn. 

Smithport, St. Philip's, 17. 

Snow Hill, St. Barnabas\ 20. Israel Harding. 

South Mills, St. John Evangelist's, 20. 

Vanceboro, St. Paul's, 35. N. C. Hughes, 
D.D. 



Washington, St. Peter's, 145. Nathaniel 

Harding. 
Washington Co., St. David's, 91. L. Ebon. 

St. Luke's, 39. Luther Eborn. 

Williamston, Advent, 29. T. B. Haughton. 
Wilmington, St. James', 415. Robert S'range. 

St. John's, 129. J. Carmichael, D.D. 

St. Mark's, 170. C. T. Coerr. 

St. Paul's, 106. Charles L. Arnold. 

Windsor, St. Thomas', 35. T. B. Haughton. 

Winton, St. John's. 12. 

Woodville, Grace, 53. Herbert M. Jarvis. 



President of the Council. — N. C. Hughes, 
D.D., Chocowinity. 

Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. N. Hard- 
ing, Washington. 

Treasurer. — A. J. De Rosset, M.D., Wilming- 
ton. 

Historiographer. — Col. J. G. Burr, Wil- 
mington. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. J. C. Huske, 
D.D., James Carmichael, D.D., Robert' 
Strange; Messrs. A. J. De Rosset, M.D., 
John Hughes. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. Carmichael, 
D.D., E. M. Forbes, Van W. Shields, N. C. 
Hughes, D.D., N. Harding, R. Sirange. 

Executive Missionary Committee. — Revs. 
C. L. Arnold, R. Strange ; Messrs. E. S. 
Hoyt, G. H. Roberts, H. R. Bryan. 

Trustees of the Diocese. — The Bishop, Hon. 
Geo. Davis, Col. J. W. Atkinson. 

Statistics for year ending May 24, 1889. — 
Clergy, 28 ; parishes, 40 ; missions, 12 ; 
ordiuation : deacon, 1; baptisms: in- 
fants, 314, adults, 78 ; confirmations, 194; 
communicants, 2,968 ; marriages, 69 ; 
burials, 147; S. S. teachers, 338; S. S. 
scholars, 2,485; total of contributions, 
$32,755.94. 

TJie Seventh Annual Convention will be held 
on Wednesday, May 14, 1890. 



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Diocese of Easton. Organized a.d. 1868. 

Comprising the counties of Caroline, Cecil, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot 
Wicomico and Worcester, in the State of Maryland. 

Population (1880), 179,130 ; square miles, 3,368. 

Rt. Rev. William Forbes Adams, D.D., Bishop (1875), Easton, Md. 



Jesse Hig- 
W. Y. Beaven 

30. Jacob Miller 

77. The Bishop; 
, m. 
Stephen C. Roberts 



All Hallows, Worcester Co., 98. 

gins. 
All Saints 7 , Talbot Co., 95. 

(Longwoods). 
Augustine, Cecil Co., 

(Chesapeake City). 
Cathedral, Talbot Co., 

J. 0. Barton, D.D., a 
Chester, Kent Co., 108. 

(Chestertown). 
Christ Church, Queen Anne's Co., 40. P. D. 

Thompson (Kent Island). 
Coventry, Somerset Co., 99. O. H. Murphy 

(Upper Fairmount). 
Dorchester, Dorchester Co., 32. William W. 

Greene (Church Creek). 
East New Market, Dorchester Co., 35. Peter 

Wager. 
Great Choptank, Dorchester Co., 175. T. 

P. Barber, D.D. (Cambridge) ; J. L. Bryan, 

M.D., a. m. (Cambridge). 
/. IT., Kent Co., 34. Wm. Munford (Fairlee). 
Miles River, Talbot Co., 46. J. W. Chesley. 
North Elk, Cecil Co., 98. E. K. Miller 

(North-East). 
North Kent, Kent Co., 38. Albert Ware 

(Masseys). 
North Sassafras, Cecil Co., 50. Thomas 

Duncan, D.D. (Earivil)e). 
Pocomoke, Somerset and Worcester Cos., 

113. (Pocomoke City). 
Salisbury, Wicomico Co., 126. 
Shrewsbury, Kent Co., 94. A. Batte (Lo- 
cust Grove). 
Somerset, Somerset Co., 179. Henry B. 

Martin, M.D. (Princess Anne). 
Spring Hill, Wicomico Co., 130. A. T. de 

Learsey (Quantico). 
Stepney, Wicomico Co., 11. F. Bache Ad- 
kins (Quantico). 
St. James', Cecil Co., 48. A. DeR. Meares 

(Port Deposit). 
St. John's, Caroline Co., 69. George F. 

Beaven (Hillsboro'). 
St. Luke's, Queen Anne's Co., 121. (Church 

Hill). 
St. Mary's Whitechap el, Caroline Co., 30. 
St. Matthew's, Wicomico Co. 
Si Michael's, Talbot Co., 90. (St. Mi- 
chael's). 
St. Paul's by the Sea, Worcester Co., 80. 



St. Paul's, Kent Co., 66. Wm. Munford 
(Fairlee). 

St. Paul's, Queen Anne's Co., 143. James 
A. Mitchell (Centreville). 

St. Peter's, Talbot Co., 160. Chas. E. Buck 
(Easton). 

Trinity, Cecil Co., 81. W. Schouler (Elk- 
ton). 

Vienna, Dorchester Co., 21. Peter Wager. 

Whitemarsh, Talbot Co., 102. J. E. Jack- 
son. 

Wicomico, Somerset Co., 23. H. B. Martin 
(Quantico). 

Worcester, Worcester Co., 65. J. R. Joy- 
ner (Berlin). 

Wye, Queen Anne's and Talbot Cos., 50. 
C. H. Vandyne. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. J. A. Mit- 
chell, Centreville. Assistant, William S. 
Walker, Chestertown. 

Registrar. — Rev. C. E. Buck, Easton. 

Chancellor. — J. A. Pearce, Chestertown. 

Treasurer of Convention. — T. Hughlett, 
Easton. 

Treasurer of Diocesan Missions. — R. T. Mar- 
tin, Easton. 

Treasurer of the Clergy Relief Fund. — E. L. 
F. Hardcastle, Easton. 

Standing Committee. — Rev. T. P. Barber, 
D.D. (pres.), J. A. Mitchell (sec), S. C. 
Roberts, F. W. Hilliard, A. R. Walker. 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Rev. G. F. Beaven, 
W. Schouler, E. K. Miller. 

Trustees of the Episcopal Fund. — The Bishop 
{ex-off.) \ Messrs. H. H. Dashiell, G. R. 
Golclsborough, E. L. F. Hardcastle, W. S. 
Walker, E. Lloyd, Henry Holiyday, treas. 

Trustees of the Clergy Relief Fund. — The 
Bishop (pres. ex-off.) ; Revs. J. A.Mitchell, 
F. B. Adkins ; Messrs. E. L. F. Hard- 
castle, treas. ; J. C. Earle, M.D. 

Board of Examiners in Theology. — Revs. 
T. P. Barber, D.D., E. J. Stearns, D.D., G. 
F. Beaven. 

Board of Managers of the Trust Fund of the 
Diocese. — The Bishop (chairman ex-off.), 
Uev. W. Y. Beaven, T. Hughlett (treas. 
ex-off.) ; Messrs. J. F. Bateman, J. E. M. 
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Northern- Convocation. — Rev. W. Schouler, 

dean. 
Middle Convocation. — Rev. T. P. Barber, 

D.D., dean. 

Southern Convocation. — Rev. . 

Home for Friendless Children, Easton. — 

Pres.', Mrs. W. F. Adams, Easton ; 

cor. sec., Miss J. P. Dawson, Easton; 

treas., Mrs. J. E. M. Chamberlain, 

Easton. 
Statistics for year ending June 5, 1889. — 



Clergy, 36; parishes, 38; churches and 
chapels, 62 ; candidates for orders, 3 
ordination : deacon, 1 ; baptisms, 427 
confirmations, 293 ; communicants, 2,969 
marriages, 91 ; burials, 178; S. S. teach 
ers, 307; S. S. scholars, 2,198; total of 
contributions, $40,087.14. 
The Tioenty -second Annual Convention will 
be held in Christ Church, Easton, on 
Wednesday, June 4, 1890. 



Diocese of Florida. Organized a.d. 1838. 

Population (1880), 267,351 ; square miles, 59,268. 

The Rt. Rev. Edwin Gardner Weed, S.T.D. (1886), Bishop, Jacksonville. 



Ap palachicola, Trinity, 67. J. B. C. Beau- 
bien. 

Balmoral, St. John's, 5. 

Bartow, St. Joseph's, 20. J. H. Weddell. 

Brooklyn, Good Shepherd, 38. 

Cedar Creek, St. Mary's, 21. 

Cedar Key, Christ, 34. William Willson. 

Conway, Mission. 49. E. M. W. Hills. 

Crescent City, Holy Comforter, 41. Geo. 
H. Ward. 

Daytona, St. Mary's, 36. Frederick Towers. 

De Land, St. Barnabas', 33. B. M.Bradin. 

Enterprise, All Saints\ 10. E. L. Tarquand. 

Eustis, St. Thomas' , 34. Curtis Crubb. 

Fairbanks, All Saints', 5. Wm. Dodd. 

Federal Point, St. Paul's, 10. J. S. Beak- 
man. 

Fernandina, St. Peter's, 99. C. M. Sturges. 

Fort George Island, St. Georges Chp., 10. 
H. C. Brayton. 

Fort Meade, Christ, 26. G. S. Fitzhugh. 

Fulton, Our Saviour, 18. 

Gainesville, Trinity, 95. W. S. S. Atmore. 

Green Cove, SI Mary's, 20. G. W. E. 
Fisse. 

Hawthorne, Mission, 14. W. J. O'Brien. 

Hibernia, St. Margaret-' s, 12. 

Jacksonville, St. John's, 329. 

Good Shepherd Chp., 45. J. R. Bick- 

nell. 

St. Andrew's, 120. A. W. Knight. 

St. Philip's, 35. B. G. White. 

St. Stephen's, 31. 

Key West, St. Paul's, 211. John B. Linn. 

St. John's, 50. J. B. Baez. 

Kis<immee, Mission, 17. E. M. W. Hills. 

Lake City, St. James", 30. J. W. Motte. 

Lane Park, St. Edward's M. f 12. W. H. 
Milnes. 

La Villa, St. Stephen's, 28. 

Leesburg, St. James' , 42. J. E. Julian. 

Lloyds, Mission, 14. N. B. Harris. 



Longwood, Christ, 16. F. R. Holeman. 

Maccleuny, Mission, 30. 

Madison, St. Mary's, 22. N. B. Harris. 

Maitland, Good Shepherd, 27. 

Mandarin, Our Saviour, 54. J. W. Lee. 

Margaretta, Holy Cross, 12. 

Marianna, St. Luke's, 37. W. S. S. Atmore, 

Melrose, Trinity, 13. 

Milton, St. Mary's, 40. C. E. McDougall. 

Monticello, Christ, 34. R. T. Roche, D.D. 

Ocala, Grace, 104. 

Orange Lake, Grace, 19. William Dodd. 

Trinity, 31. Wm. Dodd. 

Orlando, St. Luke's, 115. E M. W. Hills. 
Palatka, St. Mark's, 80. C. S. Williams. 

St. PhUip's M, 1 3. C. S. Williams. 

Pensacola, Christ, 209. J. Jackson Scott 7 

D.D., LL.D. ; F. B. Dunham, a. m. 
Port Orange, Grace, 14. F. Towers. 
Quincy, St. Paul's, 17. N. B. Harris. 
Sanford, Holy Cross, 40. Wm. H. Bates. 
San Mateo, St. Matthew's, 13. Geo. H. Ward. 
St. Augustine, Trinity,\02. W. L. Githens. 
Sutherland, St. Stephen's, 25. Wm. Dodd. 
Tallahassee, St. John's, 143. W. H. Carter, 

D.D., LL.D. 
Tampa, St. Andrew's, 41. J. H. Weddell. 
Thonotosassa, Mission, 19. J. H. Weddell. 
Waldo, St. Paul's, 16. Wm. Dodd. 
Welaka Emmanuel, 16. C. A. Apple. 
Winter Park. All Saints', 8. C. R. Talbot. 
Zellwood, St. James', 27. James Davet. 



Secretary of Council.— 'Rev. R. H. Weller, 
D.D., Jacksonville. Assistant, Rev. J. R. 
Bicknell, Jacksonville. 

Treasurer. — R. D. Knight, Jacksonville. 

Registrar. — A. S. Baldwin, M.D., Jackson- 
ville. 



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Chancellor. — Hon. D. A. Finlayson, Monti- 
cello. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. C. S. Williams 
(pres.), R. H. Weiler, D.D.,J. H. Wed- 
dell; Messrs. S. A. Swan, R. D. Knight, 
(sec), W. W. Hampton. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. R. H. Weiler, 
D.D., W. H. Carter, D.D., W. Willson, 
G. H. Ward. 

Deans of Convocation. — Eastern, Rev. C. S. 
Williams; Middle, Rev. W. H. Carter, 
D.D. ; Western, Rev. J. J. Scott, D.D. ; 



Southern, Rev. J. H. Weddell ; Key 
West, Rev. J. B. Linn. 

Statistics for year ending May 1, 1889. — 
Clergy,' 54; parishes, 21; missions, 91; 
baptisms : infants, 618, adults, 88; confir- 
mations, 367; communicants, 3,438; mar- 
riages, 201; burials, 353; S.S. teachers, 
288; S.S. scholars, 2,546; total of con- 
tributions, $52,038.03. 

The Forty-seventh Annual Council will be 
held in St. John's, Tallahassee, on May 7, 
1890. 



Diocese of Pond du Lac. Organized a.d. 1875. 

Population (1880), 442,221 ; square miles, 27,000. 

Comprising the counties of Marathon, Lincoln, Oconto, Shawano, Door, Kewaunee, Brown, 
Outagamie, Waupaca, Portage, Wood, Adams, Waushara, Winnebago, Calumet, Mani- 
towoc, Sheboygan, Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Marquette, and a part of Dodge County, 
in the State of Wisconsin. 

The Rt. Rev. Charles Chapman Grafton, S.T.D. (1889), Bishop, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Oneida, Hobart, 188. E. A. Goodnough. 
Oshkosh, Trinity, 413. J. W. Greenwood. 

Grace, 25. John Blyman. 

St. Paul's, 35. 

Christ. 

Peshtigo, St. John's, 6. William Dafter. 
Plymouth, St. Paul's, 63. Walter R. Gard- 
ner. 

Ripon, St. Peter's, 140. H. H. Barber. 

Rosendale, St. Mark's, 9. 

Rushford, St. John' s, 9. 

Shawano, St. John's, 10. L. D. Hopkins. 

Sheboygan, Grace, 83. Robert W. Blow. 

Sheboygan Falls, St. Peter's, 28. N. D. Stan- 

ley. 
Stevens' Point, Intercession, 228. 
Sturgeon Bay, Christ, 15. 
Tigertown, Mission, 5. 
Waupaca, St. Mark's, 53. 
Wausau, St. John's, 65. William E. Wright. 
Waupun, Trinity, 76. 
Westboro, St. Paul's, 8. 



J. A. Upjohn. 



J. A. Upjohn. 
J. Rene V ilatte. 

Cathedral, 457. 



Ahnapee, Grace, 26. J. Jameson. 

Antigo, St. Joseph's, 26. 

Appieton, Grace, 60. James B. Williams, 

Ashland, Si. Andrew's, 63. 

Bayfield, Christ, 18. 

Berlin, Trinity, 20. 

Big Suamico, St. Paul's, 20. 

Butte des Morts, Christ, 11. 

Centralia, St. John's, 14. 

Chilton, Grace, 15. 

De Pere, St. Paul's, 6. 

Duck Creek, St. Paul's, 20. 

Dykesvdle, St Mary's. 70. 

Fish Creek, Atonement, 9. 

Fond du Lac, St. Paul' 

The Bishop ; T. S. Richey, canon. 
Fort Howard, Kemper, 6. 
Green Bay, Christ, 209. F. R. Haff. 

St. James', 45. 

Jacksonport, Nativity, 13. Joseph Jameson. 
Little Sturgeon, Previous Blood, 125. J. Rene 

Vilatte. 
Manitowoc, St. James', 61. B. T. Rogers. 
Marinette, St. Paul's, 79. William Dafter. 
Marquette, Trinity, 24. J. A. Upjohn. 
Medford, St. Mary's. W. Henry Watts. 
Menasha, St. Stephen's, 14. 
Merrill, Ascension, 10. 
Mosinee, St. James', 8. W. E. Wright. 
Neenah, Trinity, 25. F. R. Haft'. 
Neillsville, St. Luke's, 15. 
New London, St Paul's, 3. 
Oakfield, Grace, 16. 

Oconto, St. Mark's, 71. L. D. Hopkins. 
Omro, St. Paul's, 20. D. A. Sanford. 



Secretary of the Diocese. — Rev. L. D. Hop- 
kins, Oconto. 

Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. T. S. Richey, 
Fond du Lac. 

Treasurer of the Diocese. — J. B. Perry, Fond 
du Lac. 

General Missionary. — P. W. Merrill, Fond 
du Lac. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. W. Dafter- 
(pres.), W. E.Wright (sec), J. B Will, 



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iams; Messrs. J. B. Perry, C. A. Gallo- 
way, G. L, Field. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. W. Green- 
wood, T'. S. Richey, H. H. Baiber, J. A. 
Upjohn. 

Trustees of the Dioeese. — The Bishop (ex- off.), 
Revs. T. S. Richey, W. E. Wright ; Messrs. 
J. B. Perry (sec.), G. L. Field, J. H. 
Jenkins. 

Board of Missions. — The Bishop Ux-off.), 
Revs. W. R. Gardner, T. S. Richey; 
Messrs. C. A. Galloway, J. H. Jenkins, F. 
Spiatt. 



Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. W. H. Watts, 
F. R. Haff, H. H. Barber. 

Statistics for year ending June 1, 1889. 
— Clergy, SO ; parishes, 18 ; missions, 39 ; 
candidates for orders, 2; baptisms, 426 ; 
confirmations, 388 ; communicants, 5,554 ; 
marriages, 156 ; burials, 171 ; S. S. teach- 
ers, 180 ; S. S. scholars, 1,681 ; total of con- 
tributions, $33,413.40. 

The Fifteenth Annual Council will be held 
in St. Paul's Cathedral, Fond du Lac, on 
Tuesday, June 3, 189l». 



Dioeese of Georgia, Organized a.d. 1823. 

Population (1880), 1,539,048 ; square miles, 58,000. 
The Rt. Rev. John Watrous Beckwith, D.D. (1868), Bishop, Atlanta, 

Albany, St. Paul's, 72. W. E. Eppes. 

Americus, Calvary, 37. 

Athens, Emmanuel, 107. J. C. Davis. 

St. Mary's, 40. 

Atlanta, St. Luke's Cathedral, 500. The 
Bishop ; R. S. Barrett. 

St. Philip's, 300. G. M. Fusteen. 

Augusta, Atonement, 100. John Gass. 

St. Paul's, 344. C. C. Williams. 

Christ Chp., 30. 

Bainbridge, St. John's, 25. H. B. Stuart- 
Martin. 

Barnesville, Mission, 14. 

Brunswick, St. Mark's, 198. H. E. Lucas. 

St. Athanasius' , 23. A. G. P. Dodge. 

Cartersville, Ascension, 23. 

Cave Spring, Good Shepherd, 28. H. K. 
Rees. 

Cedartown, St. James' , 9. H. K. Rees. 

Chatham Co., St. Mark's and St. Bartholo- 
mew's Missions, 155. W. R. McConnell. 

Clarksville, Grace, 13. T. G. Pond. 

Columbus, Trinity, 309. Win. C. Hunter. 

Dalton, St. Mark's, 70. 

Darien, St. Andrew's, 88. 

St. Cyprian s, 23. W. R. McConnell. 

Fort Valley, Mission, 20. 

Frederica, Christ, 45. A. G. P. Dodge, Jr. ; 
F. W. Dunn, a. m. 

Gainesville, Mission, 12. T. G. Pond. 

Greensboro', Redeemer, 17. M. T. Turner. 

Griffin, St. George's, 76. Caleb Do we. 

Hawkinsville, St; Luke's, 39. Allard Barn- 
well. 

La Grange, St. Mark's, 20. E. Denniston. 

Macon, Christ, 305. J. R. Winchester. 

Si Barnabas', 90. W. W. Kimball. 

St. John's, 50. J. R. Winchester. 

St. Paul's, 153. W. Dudlev Powers. 



Madison, Advent, 12. 

Marietta, St. James', 140. 

Milledgeville, St Stephen's, 79. 

Mount Airy, Calvary. T. G. Pond. 

Newman, St. Paul's, 10. E. Denniston. 

Rome, 5*. Peter's, 200. C. B. Hudgins. 

Satilla Bluff, St. Clement's M, 9. 

Savannah, Christ, 410. E. H. Coley. 

St. Augustine M., 17. J. J. Andrew. 

St. John's, 564. Charles H. Strong. 

St. Matthew's Chapel, 30. C. H. Strong. 

St. Stephen's, 156. J. J. Andrew. 

Sparta, Ascension, 14. 

Summerville, Good Shepherd, 107. W. M. 
Walton. 

Sylvania, All Saints', 25. W. R. Mc- 
Connell. 

Talbotton, Zion, 32. Edward Denniston. 

Thomasville, St. Thomas', 43. C. I. La- 
Roche. 

Valdosta, Christ, 6. H. B. S. Martin. 

Washington, Mediator*, 18. M. T. Turner. 

Waycross, Grace, 7. H. B. Stuart-Martin. 

West Point, Mission, 46. E. Denniston. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. W. D. 
Powers, 'Macon. Assistant, Rev. W. W. 
Kimball, Macon. 

Treasurer of the Diocese.— J. S. Davidson, 
Augusta. 

Registrar.— W. S. Bogart, Savannah. 

Standing Committee.— Revs. J . R. Winches- 
ter, W. C. Hunter ; Messrs. F. H. Miller, 
Z. D. Harrison, T. E. Walker. 

Treasurer of Diocesan Missions. — J. R. 
F. Tattnal), Savannah. 



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Board of Missions. — The Bishop (pres.), 
Revs. H. E. Lucas, J. R. Winchester, C. 
C. Williams. 

Deans of Convocation. — Savannah, Rev. H. 
E. Lucas; Augusta, Rev. C. C. Williams; 

Atlanta, Rev. ; Macon, Rev. J. 

R. Winchester. 

Diocesan Corporation. — P. Romare, treas., 
Atlanta. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. R. Win- 
chester, W. D. Powers. 

Appleton Church Home, Macon. — A school to 



educate and train destitute orphan girls. 

Sister Margaret, in charge. 
Statistics for year ending April 30, 1889. 

— Clergy, 39; parishes, 38; missions, 25; 

candidates for orders, 3; baptisms, 

376; confirmations, 394; communicants, 

5,032; marriages, 102 ; burials, 241; S. S. 

teachers, 229; S. S. scholars, 2, 695 ; total 

of contributions, $110,659.21. 
The Sixty-eighth Annual Convention will be 

held in St Stephen's, Milledgeville, on 

May 7, 1890. 



Diocese of Indiana. Organized a.d. 1838. 

Population (1880), 1,978,362 ; square miles, 33,809. 

The Rt. Rev. David Bubl Knickeebacker, D.D. (1883), Bishop, 75 Circle st., Indianapolis. 

Michigan City, Trinity, 218. J. J. Faude\ 

Mishawaka, St. Paul's, 65. F. Thompson. 

Muncie, Grace, 102. P. W. Henry. 

New Albany, St. Paul's, 124. A. B. Nichols. 

New Castle, #2. James', 28. 

New Harmony, St. Stephen's, 30. L. F. Cole. 

North Liberty, St. Philip's, 12. Walter 

Scott. 
Peru, Trinity, 45. Otwav Colvin. 
Plymouth, St. Thomas', 161. T. B. Kemp, 

D.D. 
Richmond, St. Paul's, 206. J. E. Cathell. 
Rockville, St. John's,12. J. D. Stanley. 
South Bend, St. James', 100. F. Thompson. 
Terre Haute, St. Stephen's, 350. James D. 

Stanley. 
Vincennes, St. James' , 157. C. S. Sargent. 
Warsaw, St. Andrew ' s, 39. C. Turner. 
Wilkinson, St. Mary's. W. D. Engle. 
Worthing ton, St. Matthew's, 41. L. C. 

Birch. 



Albion, St. Matthias, 12. 
Anderson, Mission, 10. W. D. Engle. 
Attica, Grace, 13. 

Aurora, St. Mark's M., 34. D. B. Ramsey. 
Bloomington, Trinity, 11. L. F. Cole. 
Bristol, St. John's, 76. C. Turner. 
Cannelton, St. Luke's, 102. R.N. Avery, D.D. 
Columbus, St. Paul's, 30. J. G. Miller. 
Connersville, Trinity, 30. 
Crawfordsville, St. John's, 34. 
Delphi, St* Mary's, 30. B. F. Miller. 
Elkhart, St. John's, 154. Franklin W. 

Adams. 
Evansville, Holy Innocents', 120. A. A. Ab- 
bott. 

St Paul's, 309. Charles Morris. 

Fort Wayne, Trinity, 300. A. W. Seabrease. 
Frankfort, St. Luke's, 30. James A. McGlore. 
Garrett, Emmanuel, 53. F. L. Mallett. 
Goshen, St. James', 101. James B. Mead. 
Greencastle, St* John's, 35. L. F. Cole. 
Hammond, Mission, 30. Robert C. Wall. 
Huntington, Christ, 22. G. D. Adams. 
Indianapolis, Christ, 414. J. Hilliard 
Ranger ; W. H. Bamford, a.m. 

Grace, 133. Geo. E. Swan. 

Holy Innocents', 110. E. G. Hunter. 

St. George's. W. H. Bamford. 

St: Paul's, 457. J. S. Jenckes, LL.D. 

Jeffersonville, St. Paul's, 95. F. C. Jewell. 
Kennard, St, Philip's, 5. W. D. Engle. 
Kewanna, St. Luke's,*!. T. B. Kemp. 
Knightstown, Holy Spirit, 11. W. D. Engle. 
Lafayette, St. John's, 246. E. A. White. 
Lagrange, St. John's, 5. 
Laporte, St. Paul's, 90. Walter Scott. 
Lawrenceburg, Trinity, 28. D. B. Ramsey. 
Lima, St. Mark's, 70. C. N. Spalding. 
Logansport, Trinity, 72. B. F. Miller. 
Madison, Christ, 134. N. W. Heermans. 
Marion, G ethsemane, 56. G. D. Adams. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. W. D. 

Engle, Indianapolis. 
Treasurer. — L. B. Martin, Terre Haute. 
Registrar. — D. E. Snyder, Indianapolis. 
Chancellor. — Hon. D. Turpie, Indianapolis. 
Librarian. — Miss Emily L. Upfold, Indian- 
apolis. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. J. H. Ranger, 

E. G. Hunter, J. J. Faude (pres.) ; Messrs. 

Wm. Mack (sec), D. E. Snyder, R. R. 

Parker. 
Trustees of the Diocese. — Messrs. W.P. Gould, 

E. Olcdtt, L. B. Martin, A. Q. Jones, C. A. 

Sud low. 
Missionary Co nvocat io ns. — N o r in e rn , R e v. J . 

J. Faude, dean; Middle, Rev. J. S. 

Jenckes, LL.D., dean; Southern, Rev. 

Charles Mori is, dean. 



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Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. J. Faud£, 
J. S. Jenckes, Jr., LL.D., F. C. Jewell, 
Frederick Thompson, D. B. Ramsey, 
Geo. E. Swan. 

Howe Grammar School, Lima. — Rev. C. N. 
Spaulding, prin. 

Indianapolis Institute Diocesan Sehool for 
Girls. — Visi or, The Bishop, prin., Mr. 
James Lyon. 

St. Stephen's Hospital, Richmond, Ind.— Vis- 
itor, The Bishop, sec. and treas., Reuben 
Myrick, 



Statistics for year ending June 1 , 1889. — 
Clergy, 34; parishes, 39; missions, 13; 
ordinations : deacons, 2, priest, 1 ; candi- 
dates for orders, 3 ; baptisms : infants, 
315, adults, 111 ; confirmations, 388 ; com- 
municants, 5,554 ; marriages, 156 ; burials. 
197 ; S. S. teachers, 234; S. S. scholars, 
2,797; total of contributions, $75,426.33. 

The Fifty-third Annual Convention will be 
held in Trinity Church, Michigan City, on 
Tuesday evening, June 3, 1890. 



Diocese of Iowa. Organized a.d. 1853. 

Population (1880), 1,624,620; square miles, 55,000. 

The Rt. Rev. William Stevens Perry, D.D., LL.D., D.C.L. (1876), Bishop, Davenport. 



Albia, Grace, 26. F.*D. Jaudon.l 
Allison, St. Andrew's, 15. S. R. J. Hoyt. 
Anamosa, St. Mark's, 40. J. I. Corbyn. 
Atlantic, Trinity, 15. F. M. Sorensen. 
Belle vue, St. Paul's, 16. 
Boone, Grace, 70. S. C. Gaynor. 
Bristow, Advent, 10. S. R. J. Hoyt. 
Brooklyn, St Mark's, 24. W. W. Corbyn. 
Buffalo, St. John's, 15. E. H. Downing. 
Burlington, Christ, 200. Myron A. John 

son, D.D. 
Carroll, Christ, 20. Peter Fox. 
Cedar Falls, St. Luke's, 34. W. F. Lloyd, D.D. 
Cedar Rapids, Grace, 300. T. E. Green, D.D. 
Chariton, St. Andrew's, 25. F. Duncan 

Jaudon. 
Charles City, Gh'ace, 6. 
Cherokee, St. John's, 20. 
Chesterfield, Mission, 25. 
Clermont, Church of the Saviour, 12. 
Clinton, St. John's, 161. E. Jay Cooke. 
Corning, Trinity, 10. 

Council Bluffs, St Paul's, 250. T. J. Mackay. 
Cresco, Grace, 30. W. F. Lloyd, D.D., 

LL.D. 
Creston, St. Paul's, 29. 
Davenport, The Cathedral, 198. The Bishop ; 
C. R. Hale, D.D., LL.D., dean. 

Trinity. 255. 

Christ (West), 19. 

Decorah, Grace, 48. 

Denison, Trinity, 22. Peter Fox. 

Des Moines,, St. Paul's, 282. S. N. Watson, 

D.D. 
Good Shepherd (East), 63. J, $. Ryan, 



• D. C. Garrett. 



Dubuque, St, John's, 160. W. B. Walker. 

Durant, St. Paul's, 6. 

Dyersville, Christ, 23. Artemas Wetherbee. 

Emmetsburg, Trinity, 64. Lyman P. Mc- 
Donald. 

Estherville, Grace. F. C. Berry. 

Fairbank, St. Luke's. W. F. Lloyd, D.D. 

Fairfield, St. Peter's, 53. John Hochuly. 

Farley, St, George's, 36. Artemas Wether- 
bee. 

Fayette, St. Paul's, 5. 

Fort Dodge, St Mark's, 100. J. W. Paige. 

Fort Madison, Hope. 35. M. A. Johnson, 
D.D. 

Garden Grove, St. John's, 18, F.^ Duncan 
Jaudon. 

Glenwood, St John's, 12. L. D. Brainerd. 

Grinnell, St Paul's, 30. Wm. Wright. 

Hauntown, Trinity, 6. 

Ida Grove, St. John's, 12. Peter Fox. 

Independence, St. James', 64. F. W. Wey. 

Iowa City, Trinity, 140. James Foster. 

Iowa Falls, St Matthew's, 32. C. S.Percival. 

Jefferson, Ascension. S. C. Gaynor. . 

Keokuk, St John's, 180. R. C. Mcllwain. 

Holy Cross, 83. E. A. Bazett-Jones. 

St. Mary's, 23. E. A. Bazett-Jones. 

Keosauqua, St. Luke's, 9. 

Lansing, St. Luke's, 5. 

Larchwood, St George's, 7. 

Le Mars, St. George's, 78. William H. 
Sparling. 

Lyons, Grace, 66. H. L. Gamble. 

Manchester, St Chrysostom 's, 18. 

Mapleton, All Saints' , 7. Peter Fox. 



KANSAS. 



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Maquoketa, St Mark's, 34. C. R. D. Crit- 
tenden. 

Marengo, St James', 14. 

Marshalltown, St. Paul's, 163. F. E. Judd. 

Mason City, St John's, 46. H. W. Robinson. 

Montrose, St Barnabas', 48. M. A. John- 
son, D.D. 

Mt. Pleasant, St Michael's, 76. D. C. Howard. 

Muscatine, Trinity, 100. E. C. Paget. 

Nashua, St Mark's, 32. H. C. Johnson. 

New Hampton, Hope, 11. 

Newton, St. Stephen's, 38. 

Oskaloosa, St James' , 55. John Greeson. 

Ottumwa, St Mary's, 190. J. H. Lloyd. 

Pleasant Valley, St. James' , 12. H. C. John- 
son. 

Red Oak, St Paul's, 6. L. D. Brainerd. 

Sac City, St. John's, 12. Peter Fox. 

Sheldon, St. Mark's, 21. Philip McKim. 

Siblev, St. John's, 70. Philip McKim. 

Sioux City, St. Thomas', 250. G. H. Cornell. 

" %fTl ° h ,T ly 10 ' \ E. H. Gaynor. 

St Paul's, 50. J J 

Spencer, St Stephen's, 17. Philip McKim. 

Tipton, Grace, 13. 

Vail, St. John's, 31. Peter Fox. 

Waukon, St Paul's, 6. 

Waterloo, Christ 70. 

St. Mark's, 41. C. S. Percival, Ph.D. 

Waverly, St. Andrew's, 109. S. R. J. Hoyt. 

Winter set, Trinity, 23. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. A. C. 

Stilson, S.T.D., Des Moines. 
Treasurer. — T. H. Eaton, Ottumwa. 



Registrar.— Gr. E. Copeland, Davenport. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. W. H. Barris, 
D.D. (pres.), C. R. Hale, D.D., LL.D., 
E. C.Paget; Messrs. J. J. Richardson, 
G. E. Copeland (sec), A. O. Hunt. 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. J. E. Ryan, 
W. Richmond, W. F. Lloyd, D.D., D. C. 
Garrett, F. W. Wey, J. W. Paige. 

Examining Chaplains.— Rev. Drs. Hale, 
Barris, and Revs. Peter C. Wolcott, S. R. 
J. Hoyt, 

Trustees of the Iowa Episcopate Fund. — 
Messrs. J. J. Richardson (pres.), D. B. 
Nash (sec), C. G. Greene, J. R. Lane, 
J. L. never (treas.). 

Board of Missions. — The Bishop (pres. ex- 
of.), Revs. A. C. Stilson, S.T.D. (treas.), 
E. Jay Cooke, J. W. Paige ; Messrs. J. 
L. Bever, S. J. Mills, O. P. McDonald, 
J. H. Whitaker. 

Griswold College, Davenport. — The Bishop 
{ex-off. pres.), together with six clergymen 
and ten laymen, trustees ; Rev. W. H. 
Harris, D.D., dean. 

St. Katharine' s Hall, Davenport. — Miss E. 
A. Rice, prin. 

Statistics for year ending May 14, 1889. — 
Clergy, 52 ; parishes, 49 ; missions, 57 ; 
candidates for orders, 6 ; ordinations : 
deacons, S ; baptisms, 769 ; confirmations, 
1,507 ; communicants, 6,007 ; marriages, 
168 ; burials, 261 ; S. S. teachers, 440 ; S. 
S. scholars, 3,636 ; total of contributions, 
$147,260.26. 

The Thirty-seventh Annual Convention will 
be held in St. John's, Dubuque, on Tues- 
day, May 13, 1890, at 10 a.m. 



Diocese of Kansas. Organized a.d. 1859. 

Population (1880), 995,966; square miles, 78,418. 

The Rt. Rev. Elisha Smith Thomas, D.D. (1887), Bishop, Topeka. 



Abilene, St. John's, 42. W. D. Christian. 

Arkansas City, Trinity, 50. 

Atchison Trinity, 221. ) R R Brooke. 

/St. Andrew s M., \ 

Baxter Springs, St Mark's, 9. 

Beloit, St. Andrew's M. Reese P.Kendell. 

St. Paul's, 22. James A. Brown. 

Blue Rapids, Trinity, 7. 

Burlington, Ascension, 44. P. B. Peabody. 

Cedar vale, Mission, 9. 

Centre Township, Zion, 25, 

Chanute, Mission, 24. 

Cherry ville, Mission, 20. 



Chetopa, Mission, 7. 

Clay Centre, St Paul's, 24. P. Brooke. 

Clyde, Mission, 15. 

Coffeyville, St Paul's, 54. T. L. Smith. 

Columbus, St Paul's, 23. Thomas Stafford. 

Dwight, St Paul's M. Oliver Wilson. 

Emporia, St Andrew's, 60. Frank B. Draper. 

Fort Leavenworth, Post Clip. Henry Swift. 

Fort Scott, St. Andrew's, 38. Henry Mackay. 

Galena, St. Mary's, 9 

Garden City, St Thomas . 20. H. C. Dyer. 

Girard, St John's, 35. George P. Comings. 

Independence, Epiphany, 20. 



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Junction City, The Covenant, 30. 
Lawrence, Trinity, 95. W. W. Ayres. 
Leavenworth, St. Paul's. 81. T. C. Tupper, 
D.D. 

St. John's, 50. P. C. Webber. 

Manhattan, St. Paul's, 40. P. Brooke. 

Marysville, St. PauVs. Joseph Wayne. 

McPherson, Faith, 15. 

Midlothian, Trinity, 30. 

Milo, St. Andrew's, 12. 

Monmouth, Emmanuel, 20. 

Newton, St. Matthew's, 44. J. A. Dooris. 

Nickerson, All Saints' , 9. 

Osage Mission, St. Peter's, 12. 

Oskaloosa, St. Mark's, 10. 

Oswego, Mission, 9. 

Ottawa, Holy Comforter, 16. 

Parsons, St. John's Memorial, 35. Richard 

Ellerby. 
Pittsburgh, St. Peter's, 9. 
Salina, Christ, 27. E. P. Chittenden. 
Sterling, Good Shepherd, 5. 
Topeka, Grace Cathedral, 141. The Bishop ; 
Percival Mclntire, a. m. 

College Chapel, 41. 

Good Shepherd, 68. Wm. Mix. 

St. Simon Cyrenian. W. A. Green. 

Troy, Trinity, 11. 

Victoria, St. George's, 7. 

Wakefield, St. John's, 63. 

Wamego, Si. Luke's, 9. 

Wellington, St. James'. A. Beatty, D.D. 

Wichita, St. John's, 100. C. J. Adams. 

Williamsburg, St. Barnabas', 32. L.L. Holden. 



Winfield, Grace, 26. 

Wyandotte, St. Paul's, 47. John Bennett. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. John Ben- 
nett, 610 Ann St., Kansas City. 

Treasurer. — T. C. Vail, Topeka. 

Registrar. — T. C. Vail, Topeka. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. A. Beatty, 
D.D., J. Bennett, R. Ellerby, T. W. Barry ; 
Messrs. F. E. Stimpson, J. W. Farns- 
worth, D. P. Bhsh, J. D. Edmond. 

Executive Missionary Committee. — Revs. J. 
N. Lee,D.D.,T. C. Tupper, L.L. Holden, 
J. Bennett ; Messrs. S. V. Marks, J. W. 
Farnsworth, E. P. Kellam, T. C. Vail. 

College of the Sisters of Bethany, Topeka. — 
The Bishop, pres. ex-off. ; F. W. Giles, 
sec; Rev. J. W. Colwell, chap.; T. C. 
Vail, bursar. 

Kansas Theological School, Topeka. — The 
Bishop, pres. ex-off. 

St. John's School for Boys, Salina. — C. W. 
Clinton, head-master. 

Statistics for year ending Dec. 1, 1888. — 
Clergy, 35 ; parishes, 25 ; missions, 30 ; 
baptisms: infants, 267, adults, 134; con- 
firmations, 448; communicants, 2,492; 
marriages, 140 ; burials, 125; S. S. teach- 
ers, 174 ; S. S. scholars, 1,677 ; total of 
contributions, $108,888.62. 

The Thirtieth Annual Convention will be 
held in Grace Cathedral, Topeka, on 
Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1889. 



Diocese of Kentucky. Organized a.d. 1829. 

Population (1880), 1,648,708 ; square miles, 37,680. 

The Rt. Rev. Thomas Underwood Dudley, D.D. (1875), Bishop, 716 Third ave., 

Louisville. 



Ashland, Calvary M, 36. W. H. Hampton 
Bowling Green, Christ, 75. Virginius O. 

Gee. 
Columbus, Christ, 24. Lucian Holmes. 
Covington, Trinity, 460. Frank Woods 

Baker ; Walter Baker, D.D., a. m. ; W. H. 

McGe^, a. m. 
Cynthiana, Advent, 56. 
Danville, Trinity, 44. W. Y. Sheppard. 
Dayton, St. John's, 43. 
Eddyviile, Mission, 15. 
Elizabethtown, Christ, 15. 
Frankfort, Ascension, 255. E. A. Penick. 
Fulton, Trinity, 25. Charles L. Pindar. 
Georgetown, Holy Trinity, 26. W. G. 

McCready. 



Harrodsburg,£*.i%^'s,57- W. Y. Shep- 
pard. 
Henderson, St. Paul's, 294. R. W. Barnwell. 
Hickman, St. Paul's, 50. Charles L. Pindar. 
Hopkinsville, Grace, 72. John W. Venable. 
Jefferson County, St. James' , 20. 
Lexington, Christ, 401. E. H. Ward. 

St. Andrew's, 17. 

St. John's, 76. Samuel J. French. 

Louisville, Advent, 186. M. M. Benton. 
Calvary, 480. J. G. Minnigerode. 

Christ, 754. Charles E. Craik; Roger 

H. Peters, a. m. 

Grace, 323. Geo. C. Betts. 

Oar Merciful Saviour, 175. Giles B. 

Cooke, p istor. 



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Lexington, St. Andreiu's, 403. Bishop C. C. 
Penick. 

St. John's, 165. Stephen E. Barn- 
well. 

St. Paul's, 561. E. T. Perkins, D.D. ; P. 

Gordon, a. m. 

St. Peter's (Portland), 58. Geo. G. 

Smith. 

Trinity, 101. James T. Helm, M.D. 

Zion, 164. G. C. Waller. 

Maysville, Nativity, 86. D. D. Chapin. 

Mount Sterling, Ascension, 54. H. H. Sneed. 

Newport, St. Paul's, 426. Reverdy Estill, 
Ph.D. 

Owensboro', Trinity, 37. 

Paducah, Grace, 130. Chas. E. Cabaniss. 

Paris, St. Peter's, 86. W. H. Barnwell. 

Pewee Valley, St. James', 5. 

Proctor, St. Paul's, 77. 

Richmond, Christ, 36. C. J. Wingate. 

Russellville, Trinity, 39. C. P. Rodefer. 

Shelbyviile, St. James', 15. 

Uniontown, St. John's, 47. 

Versailles, St. John's, 90. W. G. McCready. 

Winchester, Mission, 15. H. H. Sneed. 



Secretary of the Council. — Rev. E. H. Ward, 
Lexington. Assistant, W. T. Leavell, 
Louisville. 

Treasurer. — G. S. Allison, Louisville. 

Registrar. — W. Cornwall, Louisville. 

Historiographer. — Rev. A. F. Freeman, Louis- 
ville. 

Chancellor. — 

Standing Committee. — Revs. E. T. Perkins, 
D.D., pres. ; M. M. Benton, J. G. Minni- 
gerode ; Messrs. W. Cornwall, W. A. Rob- 
inson, C. McClarty. 

Permanent Bishop's Fund. — J. Q. A. Hay- 
man, S. K. Sneed (treas., Henderson), J. 
T. Moore, J. M. Robinson, C. R. Peaslee. 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. E. A. Penick, 



J. W. Venable, G. A. Weeks, R. W. Barn- 
well, Reverdy Estill. 

Board of Diocesan Missions. — The Bishop, 
together with three clergymen and three 
laymen of the Diocese; W. A. Robinson, 
treas., Louisville. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. G. A. Weeks, 
E. H. Ward, S. E. Barnwell, Reverdy 
Estill, Ph.D., C.E. Craik, R. W. Barnwell. 

Deans of the Convocations. — Covington, Rev. 
Reverdy Estill, Ph.D. ; Louisville, Rev. E. 
T. Perkins, D.D. ; Lexington, Rev. E. A. 
Penick. 

Trinity Hall School for Boys, Louisville. — 
Pres., The Bishop. 

P. E. Orphan Asylum, Louisville. — Mrs. 
R. A. Robinson, pres. ; Mrs. G. W. Ander- 
son, sec; Mr. W. H. Byers, treas. ; Mrs. 
Crenshaw, matron; Rev. E. T. Perkins, 
D.D , chap. 

Orphanage of the Good Shepherd, Louisville. 
— C. Brockenbrough, treas. ; Rev. M. M. 
Benton, Jr., chap. 

Home of the Innocents, Louisville. — Rev. J. 
G. Minnigerode, rector ; Sister Emily in 
charge. 

Church Home for Females and Infirmary 
for the Sick, Louisville. — The Bishop, 
pres. ; J. H. M. Morris, sec. and treas. 

John N. Norton Memorial Infirmary, Louis- 
ville. — J. T. Moore, pres. ; W. R. Johnson, 
sec. ; J. H. Lindenberger, treas ; Rev. E. 
T. Perkins, D.D., chap. 

Statistics for year ending May 15, 1889. — 
Clergy, 45 ; parishes, 33 ; missions, 17 ; 
candidates for orders, 7; ordinations: 
deacons, 3, priest, 1; baptisms. 629; con- 
firmations, 515; communicants, 6,546; 
marriages, 132 ; burials, 303 ; S. S. teach- 
ers, 518 ; S. S. scholars, 4,203 ; total of 
contributions, $157,841.93. 

The Sixty second Annual Council will be held 
in St. John's Church, Versailles, on Wed- 
nesday, May 7, 1890. 



Diocese of Long Island. Organized A. D. 1868. 

Comprising the counties of Kings, Queens, and Suffolk, in the State of New York. 

Population (1880), 744,022 ; square miles, 1,470. 

The Rt. Rev. Abram Newkirk Littlejohn, D.D., LL.D. (1869), Bishop, Garden City. 

Amityville, St. Mary's M., 20. J. Noble. Bath Beach, Holy Spirit, 65. R. B. Snow- 
Astoria, Redeemer, 337. Edmund D. Cooper, den. 

D.D. Bay Ridge, Chrut, 170. W. Hamilton Mor- 

— - St. George' 8, 94. Charles M. Belden. gan. 



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Bay Shore, St. Peter's, 62. C. H. Schultz. 
Bellport, Christ M., 10. R. Weeks. 
Bohemia, St. John's. J. H. Prescott. 
Brentwood, Christ. R. Weeks 
Brookhaven, St. James 1 , 16. J. Stoddard. 
Brooklyn, All Saints', 460. Melville Boyd. 
Atonement, 540. Albert C. Bunn, M.D. 

Christ, 600. Arthur B. Kinsolving. 

'Christ Chapel, 300. James B. Nies. 

Church Foundation Chapel, 84. Wm. 

Hyde, chap. 

Emmanuel, 232. Henry B. Walbridge, 

D.D.; George F. Cushman, D.D., 
a. m. ; H. O. Riddel, a. m. 

GoodShepherd,±30. H. B. Cornwell,D.D. 

Grace, 450. Chauncey B. Brewster ; 

W. M. Grosvenor, a. m. 

Grace Chapel, 138. R. H. L. Tighe. 

Holy Trinity, 750. C. H. Hall, D.D. ; 

E. M. McGuffey, a. m. 

Holy Trinity Chapel, 258. 

Messiah, 1225. Charles R. Baker; Wm. 

Leacock, a. m. ; J. R. Hardiug, a. m. 

Our Saviour, 590. Hugh Maguire. 

Redeemer, 395. Stevens Parker, S.T.D. ; 

Ferris Tripp, a.m. 
Reformation, 500. John G. Bacchus, 

'D.D. ; J. M. Waite, a. m. 

St. Andrew's, 123. C. S. Brown. 

St. Ann's, 1000. Reese F. Alsop, D.D. ; 

C. H. Malcolm, a. m. ; A. F. Tenney, 

a. m. 

St. Augustine's, 102. W. V. Tunnell. 

St. Barnabas', 241. D. L. Fleming. 

St. Bartholomew's, 290. T. B. Oliver. 

St. Chrysostom's, 166. C. E. Stevens, 

D.C.L. ; T. S. Drowne, D.D. ; H. T. 

Scudder. 

St. Clements, 53. W. T. Fitch. 

St. George's, 715. H. Richard Harris. 

St. James', 570. Charles W. Homer ; 

G. H. Sterling, a. m. 

St. John's, 327. Geo. F. Breed. 

St. Luke's, 1162. E. A. Bradley, D.D. 

St. Margaret's, 185. 

St. Mark's, 390. Spencer S. Roche. 

St. Mary's, 635. D. Y. M. Johnson, D.D. 

St. Matthew's, 217. Chas. W. Turner. 

St. Paul's, 250. Warren C. Hubbard. 

St. Peter's, 669. Lindsay Parker ; F. E. 

West, a. m. 

St. Phebe's M C. L. Twing, chap. 

St. Stephen's, 271. P. Wdliams, D.D. 

St. Timothy's Chapel. H. W. R. Staf- 
ford. 

Brooklyn, B.B., Ascension, 250. A.Whitaker. 

Calvary, 199. C. L. Twing. 

Christ, 583. J. H. Darlington, Ph.D. 

Grace, 138. C. W. Ivie. 

St. Mark's, 475. S. M. Haskins, D.D. 

St. Michael's M., 60. Thomas McClin- 

tock. 



Brooklyn, E.D.,^. Thomas', 94. T. C.Jones. 

Trinity (E. N. Y.), 145. N. R. Boss. 

Central Islip, Messiah. R. Weeks. 

Cold Spring Harbor, St. John's, 60. E. Fol- 
som Baker. 

College Point, St. Paul's Chapel, 199. 
E. H. True. 

East Hampton, St. Luke's, 10. C. H. Gardiner. 

Farmingdale, St. Thomas', 44. C. A. Jessup. 

Far Rockaway, St. John's, 140. S. W. Sayres. 

Fisher's Island, St. John's, 9. J. M. Bart- 
lett. 

Flatbush, St. Paul's, 200. T. G. Jackson. 

Flushing, St. George's, 313. J. Carpenter 
Smith, D.D.; H. D. Waller, a. m. 

Fort Hamilton, Si. John's, 116. R. B. Snow- 
den. 

Garden City, Cathedral of the Incarnation. 
The Bishop ; , precentor ; C. A. Jes- 
sup ; S. Cox, D.D. 

Glen Cove, St. Paul's, 282. J. McK. Pitten- 
ger. 

Great Neck, All Saints', 127. Louis De Cor- 
mis. 

Greenport, Holy Trinity, 27. Robert 
Weeks. 

Hempstead, St. George's, 205. William H. 
Moore, D.D. 

Hollis Mission. C. A. Jessup. 

Huntington, St. John's, 136. T. M. Peck; 
Edgar L. San ford, a. m. 

Islip, Emmanuel, 37. G. J. Fercken. 

St. Mark's, 62. H. R. Freeman. 

Jamaica, Grace, 249. Edwin B. Rice. 

Laurel Hill, St. Mary's, 18. W. T. Fitcb. 

Little Neck, Zion, 115. W. Stanley Barrows. 

Long Island City, St. John's, 110. M. G. 
Thompson. 

Manhasset, Christ, 105. Chas. L. Newbold. 

Maspeth, St. Saviour's, 57. C. B. Ells- 
worth. 

Mattituck, Redeemer, 30. Robert Weeks. 

Merrick, Redeemer, 35. C. A. Jessup. 

Newtown, St. James', 95. W. H. Burr. 

Northport, Trinity M, 36. Edgar L. San- 
ford. 

Oyster Bay, Christ, 141. H. H. Washburn. 

Parkville, St. John's, 59. W. A. Fiske, LL.D. 

Patchogue, St. Paul's, 50. W. Wiley. 

Port Jefferson, Christ M., 31. Dan Marvin, 
Jr. 

Queen's, St. Joseph's, 36. C. A. Jessup. 

Quogae, Atonement. 

Ravenswood, Si. Thomas', 16. W. H. 
Weeks. 

Richmond Hill, Resurrection, 73. J. R. L. 
Nisbett. 

Riverhead, Grace, 63. Robert Weeks. 

Rockaway, Trinity, 141. Thos. W. Martin. 

Rockville Centre, Ascension, 42. C. A. Jes- 
sup. 

Ronkonkoma, St. Mary's, 81. 



LOUISIANA. 



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Roslyn, Trinity, 52. W. A. Matson, D.D. 

Sag Harbor, Christ, 84. James M. Smith. 

Sayville, St. Ann's, 144. John H. Pres- 
cott. 

Sea Cliff, St. Luke's. J. McK. Pittenger. 

Setauket, Caroline, 72. D. Marvin, Jr. 

Shelter Island, St. Mary's, 40. C. H. Gar- 
diner. 

Smithtown, St. James', 121. J.Q. Archdeacon. 

South Ha-npton, St. Andrew s. 

South Oyster Bay, Grace, 40. S. Stebbins 
Stocking. 

St. johriland. Geo. S. Gassner, pastor. 

West Islip, Christ, 130. Samuel Moran. 

Whitestone, Grace, 67. C. S. M. Stewart. 

Wooduaven, Epiphany M., 29. C. A. Jes- 
sup. 

Woodside, St. Paul's, 36. C. S. M. Stewart. 

Yaphank, St. Andrew's, 19. J. Stoddard. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. T. Staf- 
ford Drowne, D.D., Flatbush. Assistant 
Secretary, Rev. E. D. Cooper, D.D., 
Astoria. 

Registrar and Historiographer. — Rev. T. 
Stafford Drowne, D.D., Flatbush. 

Treasurer. — W. H. Male, 135 Clinton av., 
Brooklyn. 

Archdeacon of Brooklyn. — Rev. C. Ellis Ste- 
vens, D.C.L. 

Archdeacon of Queens. — Rev. Samuel Cox, 
D D 

Archdeacon of Suffolk. — Robert Weeks. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. C. H. Hall, 
D.D. (pres.), T. S. Drowne, D.D. (sec), 
J. C. Smith, S.T.D., D. V. M. Johnson, 
D.D. ; Messrs. J. W. Gilbert, W. Floyd- 
Jones, A. E. Orr, W. H. Husted. 

Missionary Committee. — Rev. C. Ellis Ste- 
vens, D.C.L., chairman ; S. D. C. Van 
Bokkelen, sec, 108 Gates av. ; L. R. 
Greene, treas., 99 Henry st., Brooklyn. 

The Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. C. R. 



Baker, E. D. Cooper, D.D.,J. Kimber,W. 
H. Moore, D.D., S. Cox, D.D., S. M. 
Haskins, D.D., H. B. Cornwell, D.D. Lay 
Assessor, W. G. Low. Church Advocate, 
W. S. Cogswell. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. C. H. Hall, 
D.D., T. S. Drowne, D.D., S. S. Roche, 
C. Ellis Stevens, LL.D. 

The Episcopal Fund. — Frederick A. Parson?, 
treas., 51 Wall st., New-York. 

Diocesan Fund, the Bishop's Salary, and the 
Fund for Aged and Infirm Clergymen. — 
W. H. Male, treas., 135 Clinton av., 
Brooklyn. 

Church Charity Foundation. — Cor. Albany 
av. and Herkimer st., Brooklyn : com- 
prising the Orphan House ; the Homes of 
Aged Women, Aged Men, and Aged Mar- 
ried Couples; St. John's Hospital, and 
the Atlantic Dispensary. The Bishop, 
pres.; Wm. Matthews, treas., Flatbush; 
C. A. Butler, sec, 190 Prospect pi. ; Rev. 
William Hyde, chap. 

St. Catherine's Hall, 286 Washington av., 
Brooklyn. — Rector, the Bishop ; head of 
the house, Sister Caroline. 

The Cathedral Schools, Garden City. — Vis- 
itor, the Bishop ; chap., Rev. J. A. Locke. 
St. Paul's for Boys ; head-master, C. S. 
Moore. St. Mary's for Girls: prin., Miss 
Charlotte Titcomb. 

Statistics for year ending May 20, 1889. — 
Clergy, 111; parishes, 69; missions, 40; 
candidates for orders, 10 ; ordinations : 
deacons, 8, priests, 3 ; baptisms : infants, 
2,380, adults, 400; confirmations, 1,625 ; 
communicants, 20,791; marriages, 807; 
burials, 1,636 ; S. S. teachers, 2,024; S. S. 
scholars, 17,937; total of contributions, 
$674,855.99. 

The Twenty fourth Annual Convention will 
be held in the Cathedral, Garden City, 
Tuesday, May 13, 1890. 



Diocese of Louisiana. Organized a.d. 1838. 

Population (1880), 940,103; square miles, 41,225. 

The Rt. Rev. John Nicholas Gallbhbb, D.D. (1880), Bishop, 657 Carondelet st., New 

Orleans. 



Alexandria, St. James' , 270. H. C. Duncan. Bayou Goula, SI Mary's, 9. S. If. Wiggins. 

Amite, Incarnation, 52. Wm. C. Barnes. Cheneyville, Trinity, 14. R. C. Cleburne. 

Areola, S*. Andrew' s,4. E. W. Hunter. Clinton, St. Andrew's, 21. E. W. Hunter. 

Bastrop, Christ, 25. E). W. Hunter. Covington, Christ, 23. H. A. Grantham. 

Baton Rouge, S. James'. 175. F. S. De Mattos. De Siard Mission, 19. 



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De Soto Parish, All Saints', 22. W. T. Doug- 
la?. 

Devall's, St. John's, 20. A. A. Cairns. 

Diamond, Emmanuel, 18. S. M. Wiggins. 

Donaldsonville, Ascension, 31. 

Franklin, St. Mary's, 70. J. W. Bleker. 

Hammond, Grace, 8. E. W. Hunter. 

Houma, St. Matthew's, 33. Ralph H. Prosser. 

Jeannerette, St. Timothy's, 3. C. C. Kramer. 

Lafayette, St, Michael's, 11. H. A. Gran- 
tham. 

Lake Charles, Good Shepherd, 29. C. D. 
Mack. 

Lake Providence, Grace, 50. J. F. Vincent. 

Laurel Hill, St. John's, 19. E. W. Hunter. 

Mansfield, Christ, 25. W. T. Douglas. 

M^r Rouge, St. Andrew's, 8. E. W. Hunter. 

Minden, St. John's, 9. W. T. Douglas. 

Monroe, Grace, 27. John W. Moore. 

Morgan City, Trinity, 12. H. A. Gran- 
tham. 

Mount Will.ng, St. Andrew's, 11. E. W. 
Hunter. 

Napoleon ville, Christ, 38. U. B. Bowden. 

Natchitoches, Trinity, 34. W. T. Douglas. 

Newellton, St. Mary's M., 9. Thomas W. 
Smith. 

New-Iberia, Epiphany, 84. C. C. Kramer. 

New-Orleans, Annunciation, 131. John 
Percival, D.D. 

Christ, 805. Davis Sessums. 

Grace 254. J. E. Martin. 

Mount Olivet, 97. C. S. Hedges, D.D. 

St. Anna's, 463. E. W. Hunter. 

St. George's, 88. A. J. Tardy. 

St. John's, 32. J. E. Hammond. 

St. Paul's, 516. H. H. Waters. 

St. Luke's, 68. C. H. Thompson, D.D. 

- Triwtty, 750. W. A. Snively, S.T.D. 

Trinity (Bishop's) Chapel, 154. The 

Bishop ; A. G. Bakewell. 
Oak Ridge, Redeemer, 13. E. W. Hunter. 
Opelousas, Epiphany, 27. 
Patterson, Holy Trinity, 8. H. A. Gran- 
tham. 
Plaquemines Parish, Emmanuel, 16. S. M. 
Wiggins. 

Goog Shepherd M, 15. S. M. Wiggins. 

Holy Communion, 4A. S M. Wiggins. 

Pontchatoula, All Saints' . E. W. Hunter. 
Port Allen. Christ, 13. A. A. Cairns. 
Rayne, Calvary M, 12. H. A. Grantham. 



Rosedale, Nativity, 22. W. T. Douglas. 

Shreveport, St. Mark's, 139. W. T. Dick- 
inson Dalzell, D.D. 

Slidell, St. Agnes', 8. H. A. Grantham. 

St. Francisville, Grace, 105. W. K. Douglas, 
S.T.D. 8 

St. Joseph, St. Joseph's, 24. Thomas W. 
Smith. 

St. Martinsville, Zion, 10. C. C. Kramer. 

Tallulah, Trinity, 7. E. W. Hunter. 

Thibodeaux, St. John's, 50. Alfred S. 
Clark. 

Union Settlement, Good Shepherd, 20. S. 
M. Wiggins. 

Washington, St. John's, 30. 

West Feli iana, Si. Mary's, 23. E. W. Hun- 
ter. 

Williamsport, St. Stephen's, 59. James 
Philson. _____ 

Secretary of the Council. — Rev. H. C. Dun- 
can, Alexandria. Assistants, Rev. U. B. 
Bowden, Napoleonville ; Rev. A. G. Bake- 
well, New Orleans. 

Registrar. — E. W. Hunter. 

Treasurer of the Diocese. — S. M. Phelan, 
134 Gravier si, New-Orleans. 

Chancellor. — J. McConnell, New-Orleans. 

Standing Committee. — Rev. W. A. Snively, 
S.T.D. (pres.), Rev. John Percival, Rev. 
D. Sessums ; Messrs. H. V. Ogden (sec), 
J. McConnell, R. Mott. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. W. K. Doug- 
las, S.T.D., John Percival, D.D. 

Board of Missions. — The Bishop, pres., Rev. 
U. B.' Bowden, sec, S. M. PheUn, treas. 

Board of Directors of the P. E. Association. 
— The Bishop, pres. ; F. N. Butler, sec. ; 
J. A. Blanc, treas. 

Children's Home, New- Orleans. — In charge 
of the Sisters. 

Statistics for year ending April 26, 1889. 
— Clergy, 42 ; parishes, 45 ; missions, 51 
candidates for orders, 3 ; baptisms : in 
fants, 537, adults, 54 ; confirmations, 445 
communicants, 4,641; marriages, 197 
burials, 338; S. S. teachers, 464 ; S. S! 
scholars, 3,768; total of contributions, 
$80,049 58. 

The Fifty-second Annual Council will be held 
in Church of the Annunciation, New-Or- 
leans, Wednesday, April 16, 1890. 



MAINE. 



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Diocese of Maine. Organized A.D. 1820. 

Population (1880), 648,945; square miles, 31,776. 
The Rt. Rev. Henry Adams Neely, D.D. (1867), Bishop, 143 State st., Portland. 



Ashland, Emmanuel, 22. 
Augusta, St. Mark's, 256. Walker Gwynne. 
Bangor, St. John's, 222. J. McG. Foster. 
Bar Harbor, St. Saviour's, 59. C. S. Leffing- 

well. 
Bath, Grace, 88. 

Biddeford, Christ, 79. Joseph S. Colton. 
Brunswick, St. Paul's, 83. W. H. Burbank. 
Calais, St. Anne's, 39. 
Camden, St. Thomas', 21. Henry Jones. 
Caribou, St. Luke's, 12. W. A. Swan. 
Dexter, Messiah, 52. 
Dresden, St. John's, 10. 
Eastport, Christ, 95. Joseph Dinzey. 
Exeter, Holy Trinity, 28. 
Fort Fairfield, St. Paul's, 34. L. M. Wilkins. 
Gardiner, Christ, 143. Allen E. Beeman. 
Hallo well, St. Matthew's, 38. 
Houlton, St. John's, 56. D. V. Gwilym. 
Lewiston, Trinity, 201. Wm. H. Washburn. 
Limestone, Advent, 11. 
Milford, St. Peter's, 4 
Mount Desert, St. Mary s-by-the-Sea, 21. Le 

Baron W. Fowler. 
Newcastle, St. Andrew's, 18. C. L. Short. 
Oldtown, St. James', 21. 
Portland, Cathedral, 521. The Bishop, dean 

and rector ; Charles M. Sills, D.D., 

canon. 

St. Stephen's, 201. Asa Dalton, D.D. 

St. Paul's, 300. C. H. Tindell. 

Presque Isle, St. John's, 24. Wm. T. Elmer. 

Richmond, Mission, 15. 

Rockland, St. Peter's, 11. 

Rockport, St. Mark's, 4. Henry Jones. 

Saco, Trinity, 109. Henry W. Winkley. 

Sherman, St. James', 17. A. A. Murch. 

Thomaston, St. John Baptist's, 11. 



Van Buren, St. James', 11. 
Waterville, St. Mark's, 50. M. McLaughlin, 
Winn, St. Thomas', 16. A. A. Murch. 
Wiscasset, St. Philip's, 63. 



Secretary and Registrar of the Diocese. — 
Rev. C. M. Sills, D.D., Portland. 

Treasurer. — C. S. Deake, Portland. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. C. M. Sills 
(pres.), W. H. Washburn, Walker 
(Wynne ; Messrs. G. E. B.Jackson (sec), 
H. ingalls, S. T. Corser. 

The Maine Episcopal Missionary Society. — 
The Bishop, pres. ; C. B. Green leaf, treas.; 
Rev. C. T. Ogden, sec. 

Trustees of the Diocesan Funds. — Messrs. J. 
M. Brown, J. Bridge, J. H. McMullan, 
G. E. B. Jackson, H. Ingalls, C. D. Mer- 
rill (treas.), Portland. 

St. John's Diocesan School for Boys, Presque 
Isle. — Rev. William T. filmer, prio. 

St. Catharine's Hall, Diocesan School for 
Girls, Augusta. — President and Visitor, 
The Bishop; prin., Miss C. W. Allen. 

Statistics for year ending June 10, 1889. — 
Clergy, 23 ; parishes, 22 ; missions, 23 ; 
candidates for orders, 2; ordination: 
deacon, 1; baptisms, 272; confirmations, 
152; communicants, 2,988; marriages, 
104; burials, 182; S. S. teachers, 180; S. 
S. scholars, 1,598 ; total of contributions, 
$42,936.20. 

The Seventy-first Annual Convention will 
be held in St. Luke's Cathedral, Portland, 
Tuesday, June 10, 1890. 



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THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Diocese of Maryland. Organized a.d. 1783. 

Comprising all the counties of the State of Maryland excepting Caroline, Cecil, Dor- 
chester, Kent, Queen Anne, "Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester / together with 
the District of Columbia. 

Population (1880), 933,140 ; square miles, 5,970. 

The Rt. Rev. William Paeet, D.D., LL.D. (1885), Bishop, 1110 Madison are., Baltimore. 



PARISHES. 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Emmanuel 

St. George's 

All Hallows' 

St. Anne's , 

St. James' 

u 

Severn 

u 

St. Margaret's, West- 
minster 

St. Peter's 

St. Paul's 

Christ Church... 

a a 
Ascension 



ALLEGANY COUNTY. 

Emmanuel, Cumberland 165 

St. George's, Mi Savage 118 

St. John's, Frostburg 78 

St. James' , Westernport 61 

ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY. 

All Hallows' [ QQ 

All Hallows' Chp., Davidsonville r 

St. Anne' s, Annapolis 

St. Anne' s Chp 

St, Philip's Chp. (colored) 

St. James' , Herring Creek 

" Chp., Tracey' s Landing V 87 

St. Mark's Chp., Friendship ) 

St. Stephen's. \ &k 

St. Paul's Chp., Crownsville j ' z 

St. Margaret's 55 

St. Mary ' s 26 

Ellicott's Chp., Patuxent Forge 29 

Christ, West River 145 

BALTIMORE CITY. 
St. Paul's | KoK 

St. Paul's Chp., Avalon f 525 

Good Shepherd Chp i 554 

St. James' Chp., Carroll j 

Holy Cross Chp j 239 

Ascension i 629 

All Saints' 185 

Our Saviour 184 

Holy Innocents' 253 

Messiah . 520 

Emmanuel ) 

" Howard Chp 1 1007 

" Atonement Chp ) 

Grace ) 

Grace Chp 1 915 

Advent Chp ) 

Holy Comforter 168 

Henshaw Memorial 1 38 

Memorial 527 

Holy Trinity 203 



John W. Nott. 
A. C. Haverstick. 
L. B. Browne. 



John Barrett, 

W.S.Southgate,D.D. 
J. S. Stockett.g 
F. M. Kirkus. 

T. C. Gambrall. 



Peter Wager. 

C. S. Spencer, D.D. 
M. L. Poffenberger. 
Ogle Marbury. 
Thos. J. Packard. 



J. S. B. Hodges, 

S.T.D.,r. 
E. C. Burr, a.m. 
W.W.Williams,D.D. 
R.W. Forsyth, a.m. 

B.B Griswold,D.D. 

Chas. C. Griffith. 
DeW. C. Loop, a.m. 
T. E. Pattison. 
John B. Harding. 
John H. Logie. 
Peregrine Wroth. 
L. DeLew, D.D.,a. m. 
J. H. Eccleston,D.D. 
Daniel Rollins, a. m. 
R. A. Mayo, a. m. 
Arthur O. Powell. 
G. M. Clickner, a. m. 
W. R. Turner, a. m. 
George May. 
Charles Gauss. 
William M, Dame. 
J. J. Sams, D.D. 



MARYLAND. 



107 



PARISHES. 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



St. Thomas' 

« 
Trinity....! 



Mt. Calvary { 450 

" Chp. St. Mary the Virgin. . j 474 

St. Andrew's 278 

St. Barnabas' Free Church 389 

St. Bartholomew's 175 

St. George' s 335 

St. James' 

St. John's, Huntingdon 210 

St. Luke's ' ) QO . 

Nativity Chp T 824 

St. Mary's, Hampden 123 

St. Mark's 328 

St. Michael's and All Angels' 429 

St. Peter's 562 

St. Stephen's 96 

St. Thomas', Homestead ) 

St. Andrew's Chp Il37 

St. Clement's " ) • 

Trinity 162 

St. John Baptist .107 

Holy Evangelists' Chp., Canton 2 31 

Church Home and Infirmary 



Robert H. Paine. 
Walter C.Clapp,a.m. 
H. Page Dyer. 
Aug. P. Stryker. 

E. H. Ingle. 
Fred'k Gibson. 
H. Tarrant. 

F. H. Stubbs. 
I. McElroy. 
James Briscoe. 
R. H. Gernand. 
W. C. Butler. 

G. F. Plummer. 
W. Kirkus. 

J. E. Grammer, D.D., 
S. McD. Richardson. 

a. m. 
E. L. Buckley. 

Wm. Brayshaw. 

B H. Latrobe. 
James Cbipchase. 
C. E. Harding. 
J. B. Harding. 



Reisterstown 

Sherwood 

St. James'. . . 
St. Thomas'.. 
Western Run. 



St. Mark's... 
St. Timothy's 



BALTIMORE COUNTY. 

St. Michael's, Hannah More Acad ) 01 - 

All Saints' Chp., Reisterstown j Zi0 

Sherwood 38 

St. James' 97 

St. Thomas', Garrison Forrest 92 

St. John's 27 

Redeemer, Govanstown 88 

St. Mary's, Franklin 25 

Chp. of the Holy Cross ) OOA 

St. James' Chp., Carroll f 280 

Immanuel, Glencoe 51 

St. John' s, Mt. Washington 91 

St. Mark's, Pikesville 23 

St. Matthias' Mission 4 

St. Matthew's Mission 26 

St. Timothy's, Catonsville 104 

Sulphur Springs Mission 25 

Trinity, Long Green .40 

Trinity, Towsontown 155 



A. J. Rich, M.D. 
Thos. J. Wyatt, a. m. 

A. T. Pindell. 
Geo. K. Warner. 
Hobart Smith. 

J. C. Tennent, M.D. 
George C. Stokes. 
DeW. C. Loop. 

B. B. Griswold,D.D 

D. McCulloh. 
J. B. Purcell, M.D. 
T. Lawrence. 
DeW. C. Loop. 
Joseph Fletcher. 
Thos. W. Punnett. 
M. L. Poffenberger. 
G. K. Warner. 
W. H. H. Powers. 



St. John's., 



BALTIMORE AND HARFORD COUNTIES. 

St. John's, Upper Falls 61 | J. W. Larmour. 



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CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



All Saints' 

Christ Church. 



St. Paul's . 



CALVERT COUNTY. 



All Saints', Sunderlandville 55 

Christ Church, Port Republic ) 1 ftQ 

Middleham Chp f lb6 

St. Paul's, Prince Frederick 51 



R. Heber Murphy. 
R. F. Clute, D.D. 



CARROLL, BALTIMORE, AND HOWAED COUNTIES. 

Holy Trinity I Trinity ) nK I _ _ __ .. 

« ...... I St. Barnabas' Chp., Sykesville f 25 | S. D. Hall, a. m. 



Ascension . 



CARROLL COUNTY. 

Ascension, Westminster 



.144 | WyllysRede. 



Durham 

Port Tobacco 

Trinity 

William and Mary . 



109 



CHARLES COUNTY. 

Durham 

St. James' Chapel 

Christ, Port Tobacco Ix+h 

St. Paul's Chp., Piney Forest \ dlT 

Trinity (- 

Trinity Chp., Oldfields ) iyy 

Christ, Picawaxen 78 | John M. Todd. 



J. E. Poin dexter. 
L. J. Sothoron. 



Ascension 

Epiphany 

« 

Grace Church. 
Incarnation. . . 



St. Andrew's. 
St. James' 

St. John's. . . . 



St. Mark's. 



St. Paul's 

Trinity 

Washington... 
Christ Church. 
Grace Church. 
Georgetown — 

Anacostia 

Rock Creek . . . 



St. Alban's. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. 

Ascension, Washington 702 

Epiphany, Washington 1COK 

Chp f 1635 

Grace, Washington 150 

Holy Cross, Washington 123 

Incarnation, Washington 316 

St. Andrew's, Washington 409 

St. James', Washington 175 

St. John's, Washington ~] 

Chp } 1000 

St. Mary's Chp J 

St. Mark's, Washington 130 

St. Luke's, Washington 301 

St. Paul's, Washington 398 

Trinity, Washington 380 

Christ, Washington 363 

Christ, Georgetown 306 

Grace, Georgetown 82 

St. John' s, Georgetown 327 

Emmanuel 143 

St. Paul's, Washington 123 

Hallowed Name, Mt. Pleasant 78 

St. Alban's 

St. Alban's Chp., Tennallytown.. .... 



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J. H. Elliott, S.T.D. 
A. J. Smith, a. m. 
R. H. McKim, D.D. 
David Barr. 
T. A. Johnston. 
J. W. Phillips. 
J.A.Harrold,M.D. 
I. L. Townsend, 

S.T.D. 
J. B. Perry. 
James W. Clark. 
G.W.Douglas,S.T.D. 
J. M.E. McKee, a.m. 
C. M. Pyne, a. m. 
W. L. Burwell, a. m. 
A. F. Steele. 
A. Crummell, D.D. 
Alfred Harding. 
T. G. Addison, D.D. 
Gilbert F. Williams. 
A. R. Stuart, D.D. 
T. O. Tongue. 
J. A. Regester. 
W. G. Davenport. 
James A. Buck. 
E. M. Mott, a.m. 
J. B. Gray, a. m. 

Neilson Falls. 



MARYLAND. 



109 



CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



All Saints' . 
Catoctin . . . 
St. Paul's.. 



Zion. 



FREDERICK COUNTY. 

All Saints', Frederick City 225 

Harriott Chp., Catoctin Furnace 5 

St. Paul's, Point of Rocks ) * 

St. Luke's, Adamstown J 

Zion, Urbana 12 



Osborne Ingle. 



T. S. Bacon, D.D. 



FREDERICK AND HOWARD COUNTIES. 

Linganore | Linganore 70 | J.Stephenson, S.T.D. 

FREDERICK AND WASHINGTON COUNTIES. 

St. Mark's I St. Mark's, Petersville. 106 I Edward Wall. 

" ! St. Luke's Chp., Pleasant Valley 26 | Henry Edwards. 

GARRETT COUNTY. 

St. Matthew's I St. Matthew's, Oakland 29 I F. S. Hipkins. 

I Swanton Chp | 



Churchville. 
Deer Creek . 



Emmanuel. 



Havre de Grace . 
St. George's 



Grace 

Mt. Calvary. 
St. John's... 



St. Peter's. 



HARFORD COUNTY. 

Holy Trinity, Churchville 84 

Grace, Darlington ") . „ _ 

Ascension, Deer Park V 

St. James' , Trappe J 23 

Emmanuel, Bel Air. ) « Q 

Grace Chp., Hickory j ' y 

St. Mary's, Emmorton 71 

St. John's, Havre de Grace 63 

St. George's, Spesutiae 71 

Christ, Rock Spring 66 

HOWARD COUNTY. 

Grace, Elk Ridge Landing 119 

Mt. Calvary 30 

St. John' s ) w 

Good Shepherd Chp., Jonestown | ' ' 

St. Mark's 48 

St. Peter's, Ellicott City 102 j R. Andrews Poole. 

St. Paul's I J.Stephenson,S.T.D. 



E. A. Colburn. 

E. W. Wroth. 

J. B. Craighill. 

Wm.F.Brand,S.T.D. 

F. Humphrey. 
J. A. Cheslev. 

E. T. Helfenstein. 



Frank M. Gibson. 
O. Hutton, D.D. 

Hall Harrison. 

O. Hutton, D.D. 



HOWARD AND ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTIES. 

Queen Caroline I Christ 21 

Trinity Trinitv 

" ' Trinity Chp 



Ogle Marbury. 
106 I W. F. Gardner. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Prince George's. . . 
St. Bartholomew's. 

St. Peter's 

Silver Spring 



Christ, Rockville ) 1 ._ 

Ascension, Gaithersburg j 1 b 

St. Bartholomew's. Brookville | e1 

Unity Chp., Unity \ 61 

St. John's, Mechanicsville 86 

St. Peter's, Poolesville \ 11 , 

Christ, Barnesville f 112 

Grace, Sligo "I 

St. John's Chp., Norwood L on 

St. Mark's Memorial Chp f lo ° 

St. Mary's Chp J 

St. Luke's, Brighton 37 



Arthur S. Johns. 

Wm. H. Laird. 
Wm. H. Laird. 
J. O. Dorsey. 



Wm. H. Laird. 



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CHURCHES AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Holy Trinity. 



Queen Anne's. 
St. John's 



St. Matthew's. 
St. Paul's....'. 



St. Thomas'. 
Zion 



PRINCE GEORGE S COUNTY. 

Holy Trinity, Collington ) -, Q1 

St. George's Chp., Glendale f iZL 

St. Barnabas' 165 

St. John's, Broad Creek „ . . . ) 

St. Barnabas' Chp V278 

Christ, Surrattsville ) 

St., Matthew's \ 

St. Luke's, Bladensburg 1 161 

All Saints' Chp,, Bennings ) 

St. Paul's 

St. Mary's Chp., Woodville V 234 

St. Philip's Chp., Woodville ) 

St. Thomas' \ -. - 2 

Atonement f 

St. John's Chp., Beltsville 59 

Epiphany, Forrestville 138 

St. Matthew's Chp 59 

Trinity, Upper Marlboro' 1 34 



J. J. Page. 

W. L. Hyland,D.D. 

J. G. Bryant, a. m. 

C. J. Curtis. 

J. C. Anderson. 
J. C. Anderson. 
J. B. Avirett. 



PRINCE GEORGE S AND ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTIES. 

• [ 189 I A. C. McCabe. 



St. Philip's I St. Philip's, Laurel 

" I All Saints' M., Annapolis Junct, 



prince George's and charles counties. 
S t.JphnV. ::::;;; |^ 



All Faith. 



King and Queen 

a 

St. Andrew's 



St. Mary's 

William and Mary. 



ST. MARTS COUNTY. 

All Faith] "j 

Mechanicsvilie Chp I -. *-, 

Dent Mem. Chp., Charlotte Hall f 1 ' 1 

Mission Chp J 

Christ, Chaptico I qq 

All Saints' Chp j Jdy 

St. Andrew's j 

St. James' Chp V160 

St. Peter's Chp., Leonardtown ) 

Trinity ) AC 

St. Mary's Chp f bb 

St. George's 72 



Julius M. Dashiell, 
D.D. 

J. G. Gantt. 



H. P. Chapman. 
M. H. Vaughan. 



St. John's.. 
St. Anne's. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 

St. John's, Hagerstown 189 

St. Ann's Chp., Smithburg 21 

St. James' College Chp 

St. Andrew's, Clear Spring 68 

St. Mark's, Lappon's Cross Roads 24 

St. Paul's, Sharpsburg 29 

St. Thomas', Hancock 220 1 J. C. Koon 



W. A. Mitchell. 
R. Whittingham. 
Henry Edwards, ch. 
Coupland R. Page. 
Henry Edwards. 
Henry Edwards. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. P. Wroth, 
606 N. Calvert, Baltimore. 

Treasurer. — Edgar G. Miller, 213 East Ger- 
man si, Baltimore. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. 0. Hutton, 
D.D. (pres.), A. J. Rich, A. P. Stryker 
(sec.), W. L. Hyland, D.D.. W. W. Will- 
iams, D.D., J. H. Elliott, S.T.D., J. S. B. 
Hodges, S.T.D. 

Ecclesiastical Court.— Revs. W. F. Brand, 
S.T.D., T.J. Wyatt, G. A. Leakin, C. K. 
Nelson, D.D., G. C. Stokes (sec), T. G. 
Addison, D.D., Geo. K. Warner. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. R. Wbit- 
tingham, F. Gibson, W. W. Williams, 
D.D. 

The Episcopal Fund. — Laurence Thomsen, 
treas., Baltimore. 

Trustees of Church Charities. — The Bishop 
(pres. ex-otf.); Messrs. W. Keyser, D. M. 
Thomas, Q F. Taylor, W. G. Bowdoin, I. 
N. Steele, R. Johnson. 

Committee of Missions. — Revs. J. H. Ec- 
cleston, D.D., J. H. Elliott, S.T.D., A. 
R. Stuart, G. C. Stokes; Messrs. C. F. 
Taylor, S. J. Hough, C. T. Boehm, S. K. 
George, and the Deans of Convocation 
ex.-ojf. 

Church Association of the Diocese, 115 Sara- 
toga st., Baltimore. — Pres., D. M. Thomas ; 
sec, Clayton C. Hall. 

Girls' Friendly Society of Maryland. — The 
Rev. Frederick Gibson, chaplain. 

The Boys' School of St. Paul's Parish, Bal- 
timore; The Benevolent Society of the 
City and County of Baltimore and Or- 
phanage for Girl*.— Rev. J. S. B. Hodges, 
S.T.D., chairman of both. 

The Christ Church Asylum for Female 
Children, Baltimore.— Rev. W. W. Will- 
iams, D.D., rector. 

Church Home and Infirmary, Baltimore. — 



Visitor, the Bishop ; pres. trustees, Rev. 
J. S. B. Hodges, D.D. 

College of St. James, near Hagerstown, 
Grammar School. — H. Onderdonk, prin. 

Epiphany Church Home, 1319 H st., Wash- 
ington, D. C, a Home for Aged and Indi- 
gent Christian Women. — Pres. Board of 
Managers, the rector of the Church of the 
Epiphany. 

Hannah More Academy, near Reisterslown, 
the Diocesan School for Girls. — Visitor, 
the Bishop ; rector, Rev. A. J. Rich, M.D., 
Reisterstown, Md. 

House of Mercy, 2408 Est., Washington, D. C. 

Lenthall Home for Widows, Ydth and G 
sts. % Washington, D. C. 

St. Mary's Home for Colored Boys, Balti- 
more. — Rev. C. B. Perry, in charge. 

St. Johns Orphanage, Washington, D. C. — 
Rev. G. W. Douglas, D.D., rector. 

St. John's Orphanage for Boys, Waverly, 
Baltimore Co. — Boysaresreceived between 
the ages of two and seven years. Trustees, 
the Vestry of St. John's Church. The 
Rev. Francis H. Stubbs, rector. 

St. Luke's Hall, Baltimore, for Girls. — I. 
McElroy, rector. 

St. Peter' s Asylum for Female Children,Balti- 
more, and St. Peter's School, Baltimore. — 
Rev. J. E. Grammer, D.D., rector of 
both. 

Statistics for year ending May 30, 1889. — 
Clergy, 173; parishes, 129; missions, 70; 
candidates for orders, 4; ordinations: 
deacons, 3, priests, 3; baptisms, 2,760; 
confirmations, 3,854; communicants, 26,- 
862 ; marriages, 787 ; burials, 1,437 ; S. 
S. teachers, 2,027 ; S. S. scholars, 18,167 ; 
total of contributions, $466,725.24. 

The One Hundred and Seventh Annual Con- 
vention will be held in St. Peter's, Bahi- 
more, on Wednesday, May 28, 1890. 



Diocese of Massachusetts. Organized a.d. 1784. 

Population (1880), 1,783,012; square miles, 7,800. 
The Rt. Rev. Benjamin Henry Paddock, D.D. (1873), Bishop, 26 Chestnut st. 



Adams, St Mark's, 240. Henry H. Smythe. 
Amesbury, St James', 95. 
Amherst, Grace, 143. W. J. Tilley. 
Andover, Christ, 180. Frederick Palmer. 
Arlington, St. John's, 80. 
Ashfield, St John's, 32. G. P. Huntington. 
Athol, St John's, 35. C. J. Shrimptoo. 
Beachmont, St Paul's, 48. H. G. Wood. 



Beverly, St Peter's, 90. D. D. Addison. 
Billerica (North), St Anne's, 41. A. St, J. 

Chambre, D.D. 
Boston, Advent, 672. W. B. Frisby; W. 
C. Speucer; Albert Welling, a. m. 

All Saints' (Dorchester), 282. C. T. 

Whittemore. 
Christ, 225. W. H. Munroe. 



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Boston, City Institutions, J. B. Clarke, ch. 

Emmanuel, 422. Leigh ton Parks. 

Emmanuel M., 133. Leighton Parks ; 

W. E. C. Smith, of. 

Good Shepherd, 275. G. J. Prescott ; 

S. S Searing, a. m. 

Grace (South), 247. W. D. P. Bliss. 

Holy Spirit (Mattapan), 64. J. T. 

Magrath. 

Messiah, 350. H. F. Allen ; M. L. 

Kellner, a. m. 

Oar Saviour (Roslindale), 80. A. 

Codman. 

Redeemer (South), 135. A. F. Wash- 
burn. 

St. Andrew's, 176. R. Kidner. 

St. Anne's (Dorchester), 145. Arthur 

H. Wright. 

St. Augustine's M., 44. A. C. A. Hall. 

S. James' (Roxbury), 250. P. Browne. 

St. John's (Roxbury), 325. G. S. 

Converse. 

St. John's (East), 185. H. U. Monro. 

St. John's (Charlestown), 350. Philo 

W. Sprague. 

St. John's (Jamaica Plain), 320. S. U. 

Shearman. 

St. John Evangelist's, 653. A. C. A. Hall ; 

E. W. Osborne, a. m, ; H. M. Torbert, 
a. m. ; C. H. Brent, a.m. 

St. Margaret's (Brighton), 154. Augus- 
tus Prime. 

St. Mary's (Dorchester), 136. L. W. 

Saltonstall. 

St. Matthew's (South), 406. A. E. 

George. 

St. Paul's, 451. J. S. Lindsay, D.D. 

St. Paul's (Roslindale), 37. J. C. Hew- 
lett. 

Trinity, 1,250. Phillips Brooks, D.D. ; 

R. C. Smith, a. m. ; W. Dewees Rob- 
erts, a. m. ; R. Kidner, a, m. 

Bridgewater, Trinity, 100. J. J. Cressey. 

Brockton, St. Paul's, 102. S. Hodgkiss. 

Brookline, St. Paul's, 325. L. Kip Storrs. 

Cambridge, Christ, 297. James F. Spalding, 
D.D. 

Ascension, 160. H. A. Parker. 

St. James' (North), 242. E. Abbott. 

St. John's Memorial, 210. 

St. Peter's. H. H. Haynes. 

St. Philip's, 89. E M. Gushee. 

Canton, Trinity, 33. S. Seymour Lewis. 

Chelmsford, All Saints' , 35. A. Q. Davis. 

Chelsea, St. Luke's, 226. A. B. Morehouse. 

Cherry Valley, St. Thomas', 32. H. Hague. 

Chicopee, Grace, 88. E. E. Atkinson, D.D. 

Clinton, Good Shepherd, 161. T. L. Fisher. 

Concord, Trinity, 24. 

Dan vers, Calvary, 78. A. W. Griffin. 

Dedham, St. Paul's, 130. 

— -Good Shepherd, 109. William F.Cheney. 



Duxbury, Si. John Evangelist, 20. F. H. 

Rowse. 
East Hampton, St. Philip's, 30. 
Everett, Grace, 80. T. D. Martin. 
Fall River, Ascension, 310. E melius W. 
Smith. 

St. James' , 116. E. H. Mariett. 

St. John's, 150. Samuel S. Spear. 

St. Mark's, 125. Percy S. Grant. 

Falmouth, St. Barnabas' . C. H. Perry. 
Fitchburg, Christ, 275. C. M. Addison. 
Framingham, St. John's, 92. Arthur Hess. 
Franklin, All Saints' , 24. J. W. Sparks. 
Gardner, St. Paul's, 48. J. S. Lemon. 
Gloucester, St. John's, 125. C. A. Hayden. 
Great Barrington, St. James', 179. Theo. 

B. Foster. 
Greenfield, St. James', 206. P. V. Finch. 
Groton, St. John's, 43. Endicott Peabody. 
Hanover, St. Andrew's, 71. F. S. Harraden. 
Haverhill, Trinity, 244. David J. Ayers. 

St. John the Evangelist's, 94. 

Hingham, St. John Evangelist's, 36. Alsop 

Leffingwell. 
Holyoke, St. Paul's, 257. J. C. Welwood. 
Hopkinton, St. Paul's, 13. 
Hyde Park, Christ, 150. H. L. C. Brad- 
don. 
Ipswich, Ascension, 95. Robert B. Parker. 
Lanesborough, St. Luke's, 63. C. J. Palmer. 
Lawrence, Grace, 329. Augustine H. Amory, 

St. John's, 200. Henry Wood. 

Lee, St. George's, 65. Preston Barr. 
Lenox, Trinity, 71. Justin Field. 
Lexington, Our Redeemer, 54. Gustavus 

G. Nicolls. 
Linden, St. Luke's, 83. L. H. Merrill. 
Longwood, Our Saviour, 236. R. H. Howe. 
Lowell, St. Anne's, 1000. A. St. John Cham- 
bre, D.D. ; Thomas Bakes, a. m 

St. John's, 285. L. C. Manchester. 

House of Prayer., 57. A. Q. Davis. 

Lynn, St. Stephen's, 477. E. B. Scbmitt, 
a. m. 

Incarnation, 339. Paul Sterling. 

Maiden, St. Paul's, 220. Geo. Alex. Strong. 
Marblehead, St. Michael } s, 152. J. L. Egbert. 
Marlborough, Holy Trinity, 64. G. S. Pine. 
Medford, Grace, 150. Charles L. Hutchins, 

S.T.D. ; John B. Richmond, a. m. 
Medway, Christ, 36. J. W. Sparks. 
Melrose, Trinity, 60. C. H. Seymour, S.T.D. 
Methuen, St. Thomas', 140. W. M. Willian. 
Milford, Trinity, 104. George Fisher. 
Millville, St. John's, 79. W. J. Alajer. 
Nantucket, Si. Paul's, 52. E. P. Little. 
Natiek, St. Paul's, 67. E. S. Rousmaniere. 
New Bedford, Grace, 230. 

Olivet, 69. A. E. Johnson. 

St. James', 137. C. E. Barnes. 

Newburyport, St. Paul's, 310. J. H. Van 

Buren. 



MASSACHUSETTS. 



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Newton, Grace, 250. George W. Shinn, D.D. 

St. Mary's (Lower Falls), 119. W. G. 

Wells. 

- — Messiah (West), 129. H. A. Metcalf. 

St. Andrew's, 26. H. S. Nash. 

St. Paul's, 112. 

Northampton, St. John's, 89. P. M. Wash- 
burn. 

North Adams, St* John's, 273, H. I. Bodley. 

North Andover, Si. Paul's, 125. G. Walker. 

North Attleborough, Grace, 130. G. E. Os- 
good. 

Otis, St. PauVs, 12. 

Oxford, Grace, 10. 

Peabody, St. Paul's, 93. Joseph M. Hobbs. 

Pittsfield, St. Stephen's, 300. W. W. New- 
ton. 

Plymouth, Christ, 48. F. H. Rowse. 

Quincy, Christ, 269. Henry E. Cotton. 

Rochdale, Christ, 50. T. W. Nickerson. 

Rock port, St. Marys, 12. 

Salem, Grace, 171. James P. Franks. 

St. Peter's, 335. Charles Arey, D.D. 

Sandwich, St, John's, 28. 

Saugus, St. Johns, 25. L. H. Merrill. 

Sheffield, Christ, 33. J. S. Ellis. 

Shelburne Falls, Emmanuel, 48. A. S. 
Phelps. 

Somerville, Emmanuel, 152. N. K. Bishop. 

St. Thomas', 220. George W. Durell. 

St. James' , 35. J. W. Suter. 

Southboro, St. Mark's, 132. W. Burnett. 

South Groveland, St. James', 70. J. C. Ayer. 

South Lincoln, St. Anne's, 30. 

Springfield, Christ, 643. John C. Brooks ; 
D. D. Addison, a. m. 

Stockbridge, St. Paul's, 170. A. Lawrence. 

Swansea, Christ, 24. E. H. Marriett. 

Taunton, St. Thomas', 308. C. H. Learoyd. 

St John's, 165. Francis Mansfield, M.D. 

Van Deusenville, Trinity, 62. J. S. Ellis. 

Vineyard Haven, Grace, 19. Richard C. 
Hall, off. 

Wakefield, Emmanuel, 97. W. H. Williams. 

Walpole, Epiphany, 22. S. Seymour Lewis. 

Waltham, Christ, 196. Thomas F. Fales. 

Ascension, 50. 

Ware, Trinity, 34. C. W. Duffield. 

Wareham, Good Shepherd, 50. 

Watertown, Good Shepherd, 61. E. A. 
Rand. 

Webster, Reconciliation, 151. J. Eldred 
Brown. 

Westfield, Atonement, 54. Allan C. Prescott. 

Weymouth, Trinity, 72. Wm. Hyde. 

Wilkin sonville, St. John's, 82. J. Gregson. 

Williamstown, St, John's, 48. F. W. Bartlett, 
D.D. 

Winchester, Epiphany, 125. J. W. Suter, 

Winthrop, St. John's, 25. H. G. Wood. 

Woburn. Trinity, 60. 

Wood's Holl, Messiah, 40. H. H. Neales. 



Worcester,^4^ Saints', 403. Alex. H.Vinton ; 

E. S. Middleton, a. m. 
St. Matthew's, 129. Henry Hague ; G. 

E. Allen, a. m. 

St. John's, 210. F. G. Burgess. 

St. Maries, 86. Langdon C. Steward- 
son. 
Wrentham, Trinity, 53. Jas. W. Sparks. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. Wm. Henry 
Brooks, S.T.D., Hanover. Assistant, Rev. 
L. C. Manchester, Lowell. 

Treasurer. — Rev. C. H. Learoyd, Taunton. 

Registrar.— Rev. E. F. Slafter, 249 Berkeley 
st., Boston. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. Thos. R. Lam- 
bert, D.D. (pres.), A. St. J. Chambre, 
D.D., Phillips Brooks, D.D., G. S. Con 
verse (sec); Messrs. F. C. Foster 5 
LL.D., G. C. Shattuck, M.D., E. L. Davis, 
John C. Ropes. 

Examining Chaplains.— Revs. T. F. Fales. 
H. A. Metcalf, E. W. Smith, A. St. J 
Chambrd, D.D., R. H. Howe, H. I. Bod- 
ley. 

Trustees of Donations. — G. C. Shattuck, 
M.D., pres.; J. S. Blatchford, sec. ; W. P. 
Blake, treas., 2 Pemberton sq., Boston. 

Eastern Convocation. — The Bishop, pres. 
(ex-off.)-, Rev. Edward Abbott, vice-dean; 
Rev. W. G. Wells, sec. ; Rev. G. Alex. 
Strong, treas. 

Southern Convocation. — The Bishop, pres. 
(ex-off.); Rev. Phillips Brooks, D.D., 
dean ; Rev. W. F. Cheney, sec. and treas. 

Western Convocation. — The Bishop, pres. 
(ex-off.) ; Rev. P. V. Finch, dean ; Rev. J. 
C. Brooks, sec. ; Rev. C. J. Palmer, treas. 

Central Convocation. — The Bishop, pres. 
(ex-off.)-, Rev. Henry Hague, dean ; Rev. 
John Gregson, sec. and treas. 

Diocesan Board of Missions. — The Bishop, 
pres. (ex-off.)-, Kev. R. H. Howe, Long- 
wood, sec. ; John S. Blatchford, treas., 
13 Exchange st., Boston. 

Boston Episcopal Charitable Society.— G. C. 
Shattuck, M.D., pres. ; E. N. Perkins, sec. ; 
J. P. Tarbell, treas. 

Church Home for Orphan and Destitute 
Children, Boston. — The Bishop, pres. ; G. 
H. Richards, treas., 22 Congress st., Bos- 
ton. 

Community of the Holy Nome, Boston, Mass. 
(Founded, 1S84:.) — Visitor, the Bishop 
of Massachusetts ; chaplain, the Rev. 
Geo. J. Prescott. The Sisters have 
charge of the work in the Parish of the 
Good Shepherd, Boston, and give assist- 
ance in other parishes when desired. 
Address the Chaplain, 218 Tremont st., 



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or the Sister Superior, 24 Cortes st., 
Boston. 

Episcopal Church Association, 5 Hamilton 
pi., Boston. — H. M. Upham, clerk ; R. M. 
Lawrence, M.D., treas. ; Miss Elton, supt. 

Episcopal City Mission, Boston. — The Bish- 
op, pres. ; C. W. Dexter, clerk; J. S. 
Blatchford, treas., ]3 Exchange si, Bos- 
ton. 

Episcopal Theological School, Cambridge. — 
R. C. Winthrop, pres. Board of Trustees ; 
R. T. Paine, treas. ; H. Amory, sec. ; 

Rev. , dean. The annual 

term opens on the fourth Wednesday in 
September, and closes on third Wednes- 
day in June. 

Free Church Association in Massachusetts. — 
* G. C. Shattuck, M.D., pres.; Rev. W. C. 
Winslow, LL.D., sec, 525 Beacon st, 
Boston. 

Groton School, Groton. — Rev. E. Peabody, 
head-mas r er. 

Margaret Coffin Prayer-Booh Society, Boston. 
— The Bishop, pres. {ex-off.); E. N. Per- 
kins, clerk ; H. M. Upnam, treas., 283 
Washington st., Boston. 

Massachusetts Church Missionary Society. — 
The Bishop, pres. ; Rev. T. F. Fales, sec. ; 
S. G. Deblois, treas. 

Society for the Belief of Aged or Disabled 
Episcopal Clergymen. — The Bishop, pres. 



(ex-off.) ; Rev. J. F. Magrath, sec, Hyde 
Park ; L. A. Shattuck, treas., 44 Kiiby 
st., Boston. 

Society for Belief of Widows and Orphans 
of Deceased Clergymen. — The Bishop, pres. 
(ex-off.) ; Rev. R. Kidner, sec. ; H. Amory, 
treas., 40 Water st., Boston. 

St. Luke's Home for Convalescents, Boston. 
— The Bishop, pres. ; Rev. C.H. Seymour, 
S.T.D., chaplain; W.H.Ham, sec and 
treas., 17 State st., Boston. 

St. Mark's School, Southborough. — The 
Bishop, pres. Board of Trustees ; H. N. 
Bigelow, clerk ; J. Burnett, treas., Boston ; 
Wm. E. Peck, head-master. 

Wells Memorial Association. — R. T. Paine, 
Jr., pres. ; C. W. Dexter, treas.; I. W. 
Clarke, clerk. 

Statistics for year ending May 1, :1889. — 
Clergy, 186 ; parishes, i32 ; missions, etc., 
50; candidates for orders, 14; ordina- 
tions: deacons, 7, priests, 3 ; bap- 
tisms: infants, 2,648, adults, 413; confir- 
mations, 1,731 ; communicants, 25,879 ; 
marriages, 1,124 ; burials, 1,675 ; S. S. 
teachers, 2,255; S. S. scholars. 18,434; 
total of contributions, $733,803.36. 

The One Hundredth Annual Convention will 
be held in the Chapel of Trinity Church, 
Boston, on Wednesday, May 7, 1890, at 
9 A.M. 



Diocese of Michigan. Organized a.d. 1832. 

Comprising all that portion of the State of Michigan lying east of the counties of Cheboy- 
gan, Otsego, Crawford, Roscommon, Gladwin, Midland, Gratiot, Clinton, Ingham, Jack- 
son, and Hillsdale, together with the Northern Peninsula and the Island of Mackinac. 

Population (1880), 987,311 ; square miles, 37,883. 

The Rt. Rev. Thomas Frederick Davies, D.D. (1889), Bishop, Detroit. 



Adrian, Christ, 118. C. H. Channer. 
Algonac, St. Andrew's, 31. G. W. Blood- 
good. 
Alma, St. John's, 22. Geo. Yernor. 
Alpena, Trinity, 114. 

Trinity M, 11. T. R. Reid. 

Ann Arbor, St. Andrew's, 404. HenryTatlock. 
Au Sable, St. John's, 52. John Evans. 
Bad Axe, St. Paul's, 18. E. Collins. 
Bay City, Trinity, 310. T. W. McLean. 

St. Barnabas' (South), 60. Joseph St. 

John. 

St. John's (West), 45. 

Bridgehampton, St. James', 18. E. Collins. 
Brighton, St. Paul's, 32. Arthur Rooney. 



Brooklyn, All Saints', 44. 
Calumet, Grace. 

Cambridge, St. Michael and All Angels', 30. 
Caro, Trinity, 40. Osgood E. Fuller. 
Carsonville, St. David's, 8. 
Cheboygan, St. James', 74. W. H. Bulkley. 
Clinton, St. John's, 54. G. E. Peters. 
Coleman, St. Andrew's, 12. J. M. Curtis. 
Corunna, St. Paul's, 45. J. F. Conover, D.D. 
Croswell, Christ, 25. J. W. Armstrong. 
Dearborn, Christ, 31. T. R. Reid. 
Deckerville, St. Mary's, 14. E. Collins. 
Delta, St. Stephen's, 23. William Gal pin. 
Detroit, Christ, 755. Joseph H. Johnson; 
John Munday, a. m. 



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Detroit, All Saints' M, 8. J. W. Thrush. 
Emmanuel, 448. R. 0. Cooper. 

Grace, 450. John McCarroll, M.D. 

Good Shepherd, 75. J. W. McCleary. 

Mariners', 75. Paul Ziegler. 

Messiah, 159. L. C. Rogers. 

— - St Andrews, 186. W. H. Osborne. 

St. Barnabas' M., 54. 

St. George's, 240. E. B. Hamilton; 

J. W. McCleary, a. m. ; J. W. 
Thrush, a. m. 

St. James', 325. S. W. Frisbie. 

j§t. John' 8, 1,041. Joseph N.Blanchard ; 

H. M. Kirkby, a. m.; Douglass Hooff, 
a. m. 

St. Joseph's, 202. 

St. Luke's, 45. J. W. Thrush. 

St. Mary's Chp., 168. Douglass Hooff. 

St. Matthew's M, 88. W/Warne Wil- 
son. 

St. Paul's, 790. Rufus W. Clark. 

St. Peter's, 311. R. Heber Hoskin. 

St. Philip's M., 12. Paul Zeigier. 

St. Stephen's M., 143. John Munday. 

St. Thomas' M., 71. T. R. Reid. 

Dexter, St. James', 44. Wm. Gal pin. 

East Saginaw, St. Paul's, 335. E. Thompson. 

All Saints', 100. R. Radc'iffe. 

East Tawas, Christ, 18. R. T. W. Webb. 

Escanaba, St. Stephen's M, 33. 

Essex vilie, All Saints'. 

Fenton, St. Jude's, 91. Theodore L. Allen. 

Flint, St. Paul's, 404. Ralph E. Macduff. 

Fort Gratiot, St. Paul's M., 76. W. H. 
Woiton. 

Gagetown, Grace M.,25. E. Col 'ins. 

Greenfield, St,. Paul'sM., 13. S. W. Frisbie. 

Grindstone, St. Paul's, 20. 

Grosse He, St. James', 36. Wm. Charles. 

St. John' s, 14. Wm. Charles. 

Hamburg, St. Stephen's, 29. Arthur Rooney. 

Henrietta, Christ, 56. J. H. Eichbaum 

Hiliman, Calvary M, 22. Edward Magee. 

Hillsdale, St Peter's, 134. F. W. Bayley- 
Jones. 

Houghton, Trinity, 102. 

Howell, St, John's, 18. Arthur Rooney. 

Hudson, Trinity, 77. 

Ishpeming, Grace, 86. 

Jackson, St. Paul's, 338. R. B. Balcom. 

Jonesville, Grace, 23. F. W. Bavley-Jones. 

Lansing, St. Paul's, 109. J. M. McGrath. 

Lapeer, Grace, 40. W. G. Stonex. 

Leesville, Oar Saviour, 28. L. C. Rogers. 

Lexington, Good Shepherd, 63. J. W. 
Armstrong. 

Long Rapids, Grace, 31. H. A. Stonex. 

Mackinac, Trinity, 19. C. A. Carv. 

Marine City, St. Mark's, 34. G. W. Blood- 
good. 

Marquette, St. Paul'$,m. Wyllys Hall, D.D. 

Menominee, Grace, 86. 

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Meridian, St. Katherine's, 34. J. M. Mc- 
Grath. 

Midland, Si. John's, 68. J. M. Curtis. 

Monroe, Trinity, 85. R. D. Brooke. 

Mt. Clemens, Grace, 43. E. B. Hamilton. 

Negaunee, St. John' s, 34. Robert Wood. 

Ontonagon, Ascension, 31. Edward Warren. 

Oter Lake, St. John's, 10. W. C. Stonex. 

Ovid, Trinity, 9. A. Reeves. 

Owosso, Christ, 217. J. F. Conover, D.D. 

Pontiac, Zion, 230. L. S. Stevens. 

Port Austin, St. John's, 40. W. M. Tooke. 

Port Crescent, All Saints', 10. W. M. 
Tooke. 

Port Huron, Grace, 369. Sidney Beckwith. 

Saginaw, St. John's, 513. B. F. Matrau; G. 
D. Wright, a. m. 

St. PauVs, Vji:. Isaac Barr. 

Calvary Mem, 125. G. D. Wright. 

Sault Ste. Marie, St. James', 96. P. T. Rowe. 

St. Clair, St. Paul's, 24. W. H. Wotton. 

St. Ignace, Good Shepherd, 20. C. A. Cary. 

St. John's, St. John's M., 31. R. D. Stearns. 

St. Louis, Emmanuel, 43. Geo. Vernor. 

Stockbridge, Christ, 23. S. S. Chapin. 

Taymouth, St. Paul's, 18. 

Tecumseh, St. Peter's, 70. Josiah Phelps. 

Trenton, St. Thomas', 30. Wm. Charles. 

Ubiey, St. Alban's M, 15. J. C. Anderson. 

Vassaf, St. John's M, 14. 

Wyandotte, St. Stephen's, 25. Wm. Charles. 

Ypsilanti, St. Luke's, 279. M. S. Woodruff. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. S. W. Fris- 
bie, 20 Myrtle st., Detroit. Assistant, Rev. 
P. Ziegler, Detroit. 

Treasurer. — H. P. Baldwin, 2d, Detroit. 

Registrar. — Rev. Wm. Gal pin, Ann Arbor. 

Standing Committer. — Revs. R. W. Clark, 
J. N. Blanchard, S. W. Frisbie, R. B. 
Balcom ; Messrs. H. P. Baldwin, S. D. 
Miller, J. V. Campbell, sec. 

Missionary Committee. — The Bishop, pres. 
(ex-qf.); J. E. Pittman, sec. and treas., 
Detroit. 

Trustees of the Diocese. — The Bishop, Rev. 
R. W. Clark; Messrs. H. P. Baldwin, 
H. C. Parke, W. J. Gray, H. P. Baldwin, 
2d, L. S. Trowbridge, B. Vernor, T. H. 
Eaton. 

Trustees of the Episcopal Fund. — Messrs. H. 
P. Baldwin (treas.), D. H. Jerome, T. H. 
Eaton. 

Fund for Aged and Infirm Clergymen and 
Widows and Orphans of the Clergy. — 
H. P. Baldwin, 2d, treas.,' Detroit. 

Presidents of Convocation. — Rev. F. X. 
Blanchard', of The Detroit; Rev. J. F. 
Conover, D.D., of The Saginaw Valley 
Rev. W. Hall, D.D., of The Marquette! 



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Examining Chaplains. — Revs. S. W. Fris- 
bie, R. W. Clark; J. N. Blanchard, J. H. 
Johnson. 

St. Luke's Hospital, Church Rome, and Or- 
phanage. Detroit. — T. H. Eaton, pres.; 
F. E. Driggs, sec. ; H. P. Baldwin, 2d, 
treas. ; Rev. G. Mott Williams, chap. ; 
Hobart Hall, Ann Arbor; Rev. W. Gal- 
pin, curator. 

Statistics for year ending June 1, 1889. — 



Clergy, 80; parishes, 71; missions, 58; 
candidates for orders, 6 ; ordinations : 
deacoDS, 2 ; priests, 4; baptisms, 1,549 ; 
confirmations,77S ; communicants,12,345 ; 
marriages, 396 ; burials, 698 ; S. S. teach- 
ers, 1,337; S. S. scholars, 11,165; total of 
contributions, $260,273.45. 
The Fifty-sixth Annual Convention will be 
held in St. John's Church, Detroit, June 
4, 1890, at 10 a.m. 



Diocese of Milwaukee. Organized a.d. 1847. 

Comprising all that portion of the State of Wisconsin lying south and west of Sheboygan, 
Fond du Lac, Green Lake, Marquette, Adams, Wood, and Clark counties, and tvest of 
Range 4 west, continued to the northern boundary of the State of Wisconsin, not in- 
cluding such portion of Dodge County as is, or may b'e, included in the city of Waupun. 

Population (1880), 873,165; square miles, 26,924. 

The Rt. Rev. Cyrus Frederic Knight, D.D., D.C.L., Milwaukee, Wis. 

Lancaster, Fmmanuel, 34. S. D. Pulford. 

Madison, Grace, 200. Fayette Durlin. 

Mauston, Mission, 30. T. K. Allen. 

Mazomanie, St. Luke's, 15. 

Menomonie, Grace, 34. 

Merrimac, 5. S. B. Cowdrey. 

Milwaukee, All Saints' Cathedral, 508. G. 

Mott Williams, dean; H. B. St. 

George, Jr., canon; B. F. Cooley, 

canon. 

Christ, 50. E. L. Jen tier. 

St. Cornelius' (Soldiers Home),, 50. 

D. R. Babbitt, LL.D. 
St. Fd?nond's (North Milwaukee), 20. 

Cathedral Clergy. 
St. Luke's (Bay View), 60. E. P. 

Wright, D.D. 
St. Peter's (Greenfield , 10. D. R. Bab- 
bitt, LL.D. 



Alderly, St. Paul's, 103. W. S. Hayward. 

Baldwin, St. Luke's, 11. Geo. Gibson. 

Baraboo, Trinity, 42. S. B. Cowdrey. 

Beaver Dam, St. Mark's, 35. 

Belmont, Holy Innocents', 9. S. D. Pulford. 

Beloit, St Paul's, 150. Fayette Royce, 
S.T.D. 

Black Earth, Good Shepherd, IB. 

Black River Falls, St Alban's, 26. 

Bloomiield, Holy Communion, 10. W. W. 
Raymond. 

Burlington, St. John's, 36. 

Brodhead, Seo.bury Chp., 20. H M. Green. 

Chippewa Falls, Christ, 70. D. F. Thompson. 

Columbus, St Paul's, 29. S. S. Burleson. 

Cumberland, All Souls', 18. A. B. Peabody. 

Darlington, Kemper, 41. H. M. Green. 

Delalield, St John Chrysostom's, 55. 
Sidney T. Smythe. 

Delavan, Christ, 153. Charles Holmes. 

Eau Claire, Christ, 90. B. F. Cooley. 

Elkhorn, St. John's, 63. L. P. Holmes. 

Evansville, St John's, 41. 

Hartland, Grace, 25. G. G. Carter. 

Hazel Green, Christ, 17. 

Hudson, St Paul's, 41. Geo. Gibson, 

Janesville, Christ, 92. H. B. Dean. 

Trinity, 174. James Slidell. 

Juneau, St. Mark's, 15. 

Kenosha, St Matthew's, 189. Harry Thomp- 
son. 

Kenosha, St. Petw's, Kemper Hall, 27. 

Kilbourn, St. Paul's, 12. G T. Susan. 

La Crosse, Christ, 237. W. P. Ten Broeck. 

Lake Geneva, Holy Communion, 110. W. 
W. Raymond, 



- St James', 500. 

- St. John's, 475. 

bitt, LL.D. 
■ St. Paul's, 360. 



E. G. Richardson. 
Dean Richmond Bab- 
Charles S. Lester. 



Mineral Point, Trinity, 60. March Chase. 
Monroe, Trinity, 54. C. S. Lemon. 
Nashotah, St Sylvanus', 65. Geo. G. Carter. 
New Richmond, St. Thomas', 10. 
North Lake, St Peter's, 8. 
Oak Creek, St. Mark's, 26. 
Oconomowoc, Zion, 114. F. W. Webber. 
Onalaska, 19. C. P. Dorset. 
Pine Lake, Holy Innocents', 100. S. T. 

Smythe. 
Platteville, Trinity, 42. C. S. Lemon. 
Portage, St John's, 115. C. T. Susan, 
Port Washington, St James', 10. 



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Prairie du Chien, Trinity, 23. C. P. Dor- 
set. 

Prescott, Calvary, 20. 

Racine, Emmanuel, 80. E. J. Keech. 

Holy Innocents', 58. A. Piper. 

St. John's Collegiate Chapel, 93. 

St. Luke's, 280. Arthur Piper. 

St. Stephen's, 15. Arthur Piper. 

Taylor Orphan Asylum, 11. F. H. 

Bigelow. 

Rice Lake, Grace, 17. W. H. H. Ross. 

River Falls, Trinity, 22. T. Corv Thomas. 

Sharon, St. Mary's, 19. George F. Brigham. 

Shell Lake, St. Stephen's, 14. W. H. H. Ross. 

Sparta, St. John's, 27. C. P. Dorset. 

Springfield, St. John's, 17. W. W. Ray- 
mond. 

St. Croix Falls, 6. A. B. Peabody. 

St. Joseph, St. Joseph's, 6. 

Star Prairie, St. John's, 37. A. B. Peabody. 

Sun Prairie, St. Paul's, 15. 

Superior, Redeemer, 32. H. H. Van Deusen. 

Sussex, St. Alhan's, 126. S. S. Burleson. 

Tomah, St. Mary's, 36. Thomas K. Allen. 

Watertown, St. Paul's. 139. F. S. Jewell. 

Waukesha, St. Matthias', 150. R. H. Weller, 
Jr. 

Wauwatosa, Trinity, 40. E. P. Wright, 

West Bend, St. James 1 , 20. John Ackworth. 
West Superior, Trinity, 50. C. K. Capron, 

H. L. Cawthorne. 
Whitewater, St. Luke's, 170. 
Wilmot, Grace, 6. Samuel Cowdrey. 
Wilson, Good Shepherd, 4. 



Secretary of the Council.— -Rev. C. L. Mal- 
lory, 222 Juneau st., Milwaukee. As- 
sistant, Rev. H. H. Weller, Jr.,Waukesha. 

Treasurer of the Council. — C. P. Jones, 816 
Marshall st., Milwaukee. 

Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. H. B. St. 
George, Jr., Milwaukee. 

Standing Committee.— Revs. J. M. Clarke, 
D.D., E. P. Wright, D.D., W. B. Ash'ey, 
D.D., Fayette Royce, D.D.; Messrs. W. 
Smith, E. P. Brockway, L. H. More- 
house, N. M. Littlejohn. 

Treasurer of the Prayer-Rook Fund.—G. P. 
Jones, Milwaukee. 

Treasurer of the Board of Missions. — C. P. 
Jones, Milwaukee. 

Treasurer of Trustees of Funds and Property. 
— D. Ferguson, Milwaukee. 



Treasurer of the Fund for Aged and Infirm 

Clergy. — D. Ferguson, Milwaukee. 
Examining Chaplains. — Revs. W. Adams, 
D.D., W. B. Ashley, D.D., E. P. Wright, 
D.D., F. W. A. Fal'k, Ph.D. 
The Cathedral, Milwaukee. 

Dean. — Rev. G. Mott Williams; Senior 
Canon— Rev. Howard B. St. George, 
Jr.; Canon and Precentor. — Rev. B. F. 
Cooley ; Conciliar Canons. — Rev. Wm. 
Adams, D.D., Rev. G. G. Carter, S.T.D.; 
Missionary Canons. — Rev.W. B. Ashley, 
D.D., Rev. Fayette Royce, LL.D.. Rev. 
W. P. Ten Broeck, Rev. E. P. Wright, 
D.D. ; Lay Associates, Parochial. — 
Samuel Bush, J. F. Birchard ; Lay As- 
sociates, Diocesan. — Geo. H. Paul, J. B. 
Doe ; Chancellor. — Winfield Smith ; 
Treasurer. — L. H. Morehouse. 
Racine College. 

Warden and Lecturer in Moral Philos- 
ophy. — A. Piper; Prof, of Int. Phil, 
and Eng. Lit., Librarian. — Rev. J. J. 
Elmendorf, S.T.D. ; Prof, of Chemistry. 
— R. C. Hindiey, A.M. ; Prof, of Greek 

and Latin, Sec. of Faculty. — Rev. ; 

Prof, of Mathematics.— Rev. F. H. Bige- 
low ; Rector of Grammar Sclwol. — - 
Gerald R. McDowell, A.M. 
Kemper Hall, Kenosha. — Under charge of 
the Sisters of Mary. 
Visitor. — The Bishop ; Chaplain. — Rev. 
E. J. H. Van Deerlin. 
All Saints' Cathedral Day School. % 

Visitors. — The Bishop, the Dean ; Prin- 
cipal. — Samuel W. Murphy, M.A., M.D. 
St. John's Home, Milwaukee. 

Chaplain. — Rev. H. B. St. George. 
St. Luke's Hospital, Racine. 

Chaplain. — Rev. Arthur Piper; Pres, 
of Board.— Rev. A. Piper; Physician. 
—J. G. Meacham, Sr. 
St. Luke's Hospital, Chippewa Falls. 

Chaplain. — Rev. S. J. Yundt. 
Statistics for year ending June 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 59 ; parishes, 37 ; missions, 72 ; can 
didates for orders, 5 ; ordinations : dea- 
cons, 6 ; priest-*, 4; baptisms: infants, 
469, adults, 126 ; confirmations, 568 ; com 
municants, 6,046 ; marriages, 259 ; burials, 
352; S. S. teachers, 343; S. S. scholars, 
3,558 ; total of contributions, $61,497.55. 
The Forty fourth Annual Council will be 
held in the Cathedral, Milwaukee, on June 
17, 1890. 



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Diocese of Minnesota, Organized a.d. 1857. 

Population (1880), Y80, 806; square miles, 81,259. 

The Rt. Rev. Henry Benjamin Whipple, D.D. (1859), Bishop, Faribault. 

The Rt. Rev. Maelon Norris Gilbert, S.T.D. (1886), Assistant Bishop, St. Paul. 

Albert Lea, Christ, 40. A. R. Taylor. 

Alexandria, Emmanuel, 82. Mark Jukes. 

Anoka, THnity, 52. 

Appleton, Gethsemane ? 40. 

Austin, C foist, 35. 

Basswood Grove, St. Mary's, 35. J. W. 
Prosser. 

Becker, Trinity Clip., 17. J. W. Prosser. 

Belle Creek, St. Paul's, 21. 

Belle Plaine, Transfiguration, 15. A, S. H. 
Winsor. 

Benson, Christ, 22. F. H. Potts. 

Birch <'ooley, Si. John's, 58. S. D. Himman. 

Blue Earth City, Good Shepherd, 24. R. R. 
Gondy. 

Brainerd, St. Paul's, 151. Geo. II. Davis. 

Breekemidge, St. Luke's, 35. Wm. MnrrelL 

Brownton, St. Marys, 11. A. J. D. Kuehn. 

Caledonia, Trinity, 24. T. K. Allen. 

Cannon City, Holy Innocents', 17. W. Gar- 
dam. 

Cannon Falls, Eedeemer, 82. 

Cass Lake, Prince of Peace, 15. John Cole- 
maji. 

Chat field, St Matthews, 38. S. Pntchard. 

Cordova, Christ, 7. 

Corinoa, St. Mark's. 20. 

Crookston, Christ, 84. Ivan C. Fortin. 

Dakota, St. John's, 13. T. K. Allen. 

Delano, Mission, 18. F. R. Millspaugh. 

Detroit, St. Lukes, 32. 

Dresbach, St. James', 22. T. K. Allen. 

Duluth, St. Paul's, 150. W. M. Barker. 

Holy Spirit, 30. C. K. Capron, H. L. 

Cawihorne. 

D un d as, Holy Cross, 16. G. H . M u eller. 

Elk River, Trinity, 20. J. W. Prosser. 

Ely s an, Grace, 20. J. Cornell. 

Faribault, Cathedral Church of Our Merci- 
ful Saviour, 306. The Bishop; Wm. 
Gadam. 

Good Shepherd, 68. James Dobbin, 

D.D.; G. C. Tmner, a. m. 

St. Manfs Hall, 59. E. S. Peake, 

chaplain. 

Scandinavian Chp., 70. W. Garrlam. 

Fairmont, St. Martin's, 50. A. S. H.Winsor. 

Farmington, Advent, 34. 

Fergus Falls, St. James', 81. C. C R.jllit. 

Fridley Park, 5. A. J. Graham. 

Front enac, Christ, 34. 

Glencoe, Christ, 44. A. J. D. Kuehn. 



Granite Falls, Trinity, 25. J. B. Halsey. 

Hassan, St. John's, 25. F. R. Millspaugh. 

Hastings, St. Luke's, 120. Edward Moyses. 

Henderson, bt.Jude, 30. A. S. H. Winsor. 

Houston, Our Saviour, 10. T. K. Allen. 

Howard Lake, All Saints', 10. A. G. Pink- 
ham. 

Janesville, St. John's, 56. James Cornell. 

Kasson, St. Peter's, 51. 

Kenyon, Ascension, 48. W. St. J. Crickmer. 

Lake City, St. Mark's, 135. C. H. Plnmmer. 

Lake Crystal, All Angels', 18. G. H. Muel- 
ler. 

Lake Park, St. John's, 10. E. S. Peake. 

Le Sueur, St. John's, 14. A. S. H. Winsor. 

Leech LakeyGood Shepherd, 74. Geo. Smith. 

Litchfield, Trinity, 118. A. G. Pinkham. 

Little Falls. Our Saviour, 45. A. A. Joss. 

Luverne, Holy Trinity, 22. C. S. Ware. 

Madelia. Christ, 8. D. G. Gnnn. 

Mankato, St. John's, 104. Theo. C. Hudson. 

Mantorville, St. John's, 21. W. H. H. Ross. 

Melrose, Irinity, 6. J. F. Hamilton. 

Minneapolis, AU Saints' , 125. E. J. Purdy. 

City Mission, 125. W. B. Guion. 

Geihsemane, 756. W. W. Fowler, a.m. 

Grace, 175. Charles E. Hixon. 

Holy Trinity (East), 236. A. J. Graham. 

St. Luke's, 95. W. B. Hamilton. 

St Andrew's, 70. W. Wilkinson. 

St. Mark's, 410. Thos. B. Wells, D.D. 

St. Paul's, 375. F. R. Millspaugh. 

Minnetonka, St. John's, 12. 
Montevideo, Grace, 58. W. S. Savres. 
Moorhead, St. John's, 34. T. E. Dickey. 
Morristown St. John's, 45. W. McVettie. 
North Branch, St. Thomas', 10. W.Wilkin- 
son. 

Northfield, All Saintf ,\\% G. H. Mueller. 

Owatonna, St. Paul's, 104. A. Harper, Jr. 

Pemb»na Settlement, Holy Spirit, 7. C. T. 
Wright. 

Pnynesville, St. Stephen's, 10. D. T. Booth. 

P^i-ham, Eedeemer, 10. E. S. P<-ake. 

Pine Island, Grace, 15. 

Point Douglass, St. Paul's, 28. J. W. Pros- 
ser. 

Red Lake, St. John's-in- Wilderness, 50. 
Mark Hart. 

Red Wins:, Christ, 279. 

Redwood" Falls, Mission, 28. D. F. Thomp- 
son. 



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Richwood, Holy Apostles, 17. J. A. Gilfillan. 
Rochester, Calvary ', 91. W. W. Fowler. 
Rockford, Trinity, 32. F. R. Millspaugh. 
Royalton, Grace, 23. C. A. Gumming*. 
Rushford, Emmanuel, 25. S. Pritchard. 
Sauk Centre, Good Samaritan, 38. J. F. 

Hamilton. 
Sauk Rapids, Grace, 35. C. A. Cummings. 
Shakopee, St. Peter's, 36. 
Sioux City R. R., Missions, 75. D. G. Gunn. 
Slay) on, St. Johns, 9. C. S. Ware. 
Spring Valley, St. Paul's, 8. T. K. Allen. 
St. Charles, Trinity, 17. J. J. Hillmer. 
St. Cloud, jfe. John' s, 108. C. A. Cummings. 
St. James, Calvary, 8. D. G. Gunn. 
St. Paul, G%Ws£, 633. Charles D. Andrews ; 
C. E. Haupr, a m. E. C. Bill, D.D. 
Ascension (West), 77. J. H. Lloyd. 

Good Shepherd, 166. William C.Pope. 

St. James', 40. Samuel Mills. 

St. John Evangelist, 100. John H. 

White. 
— — St. Mary's, 85. 
St. Matthew's, 25. Samuel Mills. 

- St. Paul's, 454. John Wright. 

St. Peter's, 90. Samuel Mills. 

St. Stephen's, 27. 

Trinity, 26. Samuel Mills. 

St. Peter, ably Communion, 71. H. Beer. 

St. Vincent, Christ, 49. 

Stillwater, Ascension, 125. A. D. Stowe. 

Stockton, Trinity, 10. 

Wabasha, Grace, 62. 

Warsaw, St. Thomas' , 25. W. McVettie. 

Waseca, Calvary, 28. W. McVettie. 

Waterville, St. Andrew's, 40. W. Tuson. 

Wells, Nativity, 55. E. H. Clark. 

White Bear Lake, St. John's, 47. 

White Earth Res., St. Columba, 140. J. A. 

Gilfillan. 
Wild Rice River, Epiphany, 30. C.T.Wright. 
Wi'der, Redeemer, 80. 
Willmar, St. Luke's, 78. Daniel T. Booth. 
Windom, Good Shepherd, 17. C. S. Ware. 
Winnibigoshish, St. Philip the Deacon, 22. 

Joseph Wakazoo. 
Winona, St. Paul's, 155. W. H. Knowlron. 
Worthiugron, Si. John's, 11. C. S. Ware. 
Zumbrota, Trinity, 19. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. A. D. Stowe, 

Stillwater. 
Treasurer. — H. P. Hoppin, St. Paul. 
Treasurer of the Episcopal Fund. — E. H. 

Holbrools, Jr., Minneapolis. 



Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. G.C. Tanner, 

Owatonna. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. T. B. Wells, 

D.D.,pres.; W. C. Pope, E. C. B 11, D.D.; 

Messrs. J. Gilfillan, I. Atwater, Capt. J. C. 

Rejio. 
Deans of the Convocations. — Northern, Rev. 

E. S. Peake ; Central, Rev. A. J. Graham ; 

Southern, Rev. E. C. Bill, D.D. 
Diocesan Missionary. — Rev. T. H. M. V. 

Appleby, St. Paul. 
Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. W. C. Pope, 

W. Gardam, E. S. Peake, W. H. Knowl- 

ton, E. Movses. 
Examining Chaplains. — Revs. W. C. Pope, 

A. R. Graves, C. H. Plummer, J. Wright, 

G. C. Tanner, T. H. M. V. Appleby, W. 

Gardam. 
Bishop Seabury Mission, Faribault. — (Incor. 

1860.) The Bishop, pres. ; Rev. J. Dob- 
bin, sec. ; Stephen Jewett, treas. 
Seabury Divinity School. — The Bishop, 

pres. 
Shattuch School, Faribault. — Rev. George 

C. Tanner, chaplain ; Rev. E. W. Whip- 
ple, head-master; Lieut. A. T. Abbott, 

U. S. A. commandant. 
St. Mary's Hall, Faribault. — The Bishop, 

rector; Rev. E. Steele Peake, chap.; G. 

E. Cole, sec; Miss E. F. Laurence, prin. 

The year begins on the third Thursday in 

September. 
St. Barnabas' Hospital, Minneapolis. — Mrs. 

A. A. Pew,, matron; Dr. E. L. Wood, 
house physician. 

St. Lvke's hospital, St. Paul, Minn. — Rev. 
C. D. Andrews, chap.; Mrs.T. D. Barton, 
pres. ; Mrs. H. Stevens, treas. 

St. Luke' s Hospital, Duluth. — Rev. W. M. 
Barker, pres.; Miss M. E. Scott, matron 
and supt. 

Sheltering Arms Orphans' Home, Minne- 
apolis. — Mrs. T. H. Pitts, pres.; Mrs. S. 

B. Meader, tieas. 

Statistics for year ending May 7, 1889. — 
Clergy, 91 ; parishes, 71 ; missions, 79 ; 
candidates for orders, 7 ; ordinations : 
deacons, 3, priests, 4; baptisms, 1,581; 
confirmations, 1,125; communicants, 
9,415 ; marriages, 292; burials, 458 ; S.S. 
teachers, 786 ; S. S. scholars, 7,111 ; total 
of contributions, $147,694.71. 

The Thirty-third Annual Council will be 
held in St. Paul's Church, Minneapolis, 
Wednesday, June 4, 1890. 



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Diocese of Mississippi. Organized a.d. 1825. 

Population (1880), 1,131,593; square miles, 47,146. 
The Rt. Rev. Hugh Miller Thompson, D.D., D.C.L. (1883), Bishop, Jackson. 



Aberdeen, St John's, 89. G. H. Edwards. 

Bay St. Louis, Grace, 25. N. Ayres. 

Biloxi, Redeemer, 172. Ebenezer Thomp- 
son. 

Bolton, St Mary's, 19. 

Bovina, St. Allan's, 36. 

Brandon, St. Luke's, 16. 

Canton, Grace, 64. H. A. Skinner. 

Carrollton, Grace, 24. H. H. Ten Broeck. 

Crystal Springs, Trinity, 20. 

Church Hill, Christ, 27. 

Clinton, St. Matthew's, 6. 

Columbus, St. Paul's, 153. 

Como, Holy Innocents', 26. A. B. Perry. 

Diamond Place, Holy Communion, 16. E. 
C. Laughlin. 

Dry Grove, Holy Comforter. 

Early Grove, St. John's, 13. 

Enterprise, St Mary's, 30. H. C. Brayton. 

Greenville, St James', 206. Wm. Cross. 

Greenwood, Nativity, 15. 

Grenada, All Saints', 54. T.B.Lawsou, D.D. 

Hazlehurst, St. Stephen's, 18. 

Hernando, Ascension, 17. A. B. Perry. 

Holly Springs, Christ, 66. J. E. Hammond. 

Iuka, Our Saviour, 12. 

Jackson, St, Andrew's, 175. Frank Hallam. 

Kirkwood, St Philip's, 13. W. Pres- 
bury. 

Lamar, St Andrew's, 3. 

Lexington, St Mary's, 15. E. C. Phillips. 

Macon, Nativity, 20. 

Madison Station, Chapel of the Cross, 11. 

Magnolia, Redeemer, 14. G. L. Neide. 

Mayerville, Holy Cross, 10. 

McComb, Mediator, 41. 

Meridian, Mediatory 88. W. P. Browne. 

Natchez, Trinity, 464. F. A. De Rosset. 

Okolona, Grace, 12. 

Oxford, St Peter's, 43. John. A. Harris. 

Pass Christian, Trinity, 74. Henry C. 
Mayer. 

Port Gibson, St James', 59. W. H. Capers. 

Raymond, St. Mark's, 12. 

Rolling Fork, Church of the Cross, 16. 

Rosedale, Grace, 15. 

Sardis, Redeemer, 6. A. B. Perry. 

Scranton, St. John's, 19. E. Thompson. 

Shuqualak, Messiah, 13. 

Starkville, Mission, 10. 

St. Elmo, Epiphany, 22. 

Summit, Christ, 14. 



Terry, Good Shepherd, 17. 
Vaiden, St. Clement's, 15. E. C. Phillips. 
Vicksburg, Christ, 153. Henry Sansom, 
D.D. 

Holy Trinity, 125. Nowell Logan. 

St Mary's, 20. 

Water Valley, Nativity, 42. W. Stokes. 
West Point, Mission, 17. 
Winona, Immanuel, 38. E. C. Phillips. 
Woodville, St Paul's, 63. H. K. Brout-e, 

M.D. 
Yazoo City, Trinity, 47. C. P. Wilson. 



Secretary and Treasurer of Council.— Rev. 
Nowell Logan, Vicksburg. 

Registrar of the Diocese.— Rev. Nowell Lo- 
gan, Vicksburg. 

Treasurer of the Diocese. — L. M. Tucker, 
Columbus. 

Chancellor. — W. G. Yerger, Greenville. 

Deans of Convocation. — Oxford, Rev. John 
A. Harris, D.D. ; Jackson, Rev. Frank 
Hallam; Columbus, Rev. R. G. Noland; 
Natchez, Rev. N. Logan ; Pass Christian, 
Rev. Eben Thompson. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. H. Sansom, 
D.D. (pres.), N. Logan, F. Hallam, F. A. 
De Rosset; Messrs. P. P. Bailey, M. 
Green, G. M. Marshall, G. W. Howard 
(sec.) 

Trustees of the Episcopal Fund and Church 
Property. — R. L. Saunders (pres.), Q. O. 
Eckford (treas.), G. W. Howard (sec). 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. H. Sansom, 
D.D.; H. H. Ten Broeck, E. C. Laughlin, 
T. B. Lawson, D.D. ; W. Presbury. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. T. B. Law- 
son, D.D. ; F. Hallam, G. H. Edwards, F. 
A. De Rosset. 

Statistics for the year ending May 1, 1889. 
— Clergy, 31 ; parishes, 35 ; missions, 42 ; 
candidates for orders, 2; ordinations: 
deacons, 3 ; baptisms, 380 ; confirmations, 
284; communicants, 2,682; marriages, 82; 
burials, 160; S. S. teachers, 259; S. S. 
scholars, 1,770; total of contributions, 
$34,745.68. 

The Sixty -third Annual Council will be 
held in St. Andrew's, Jackson, on Tues- 
day, May 6, 1890. 



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Diocese of Missouri. Organized a.d. 1839. 

Fopulation (1880), 2,168,804; square miles, 67,380. 
The Rt. Rev. Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, S.T.D. (1867), Bishop, St. Louis. 



Affton, Christ, 33. 

Amazonia, St. Matthew's, 14. L. T. Minturn. 

Benton, St. Augustine's, 34. J. De Forest. 

Bevier, St. George's, 12. C. H. Canfield. 

Blackburn, Mediator, 52. J. W. Higsoa. 

Boonville, Christ, 86. 

Brookfield, Grace, 68. 

Brunswick, St* Paul's, 29. 

Butler, $t Mark's, 34. 

Cameron, St. John's, 31. 

Canton, St. Peter's, 5. W. A. Hatch. 

Cape Girardeau, Christ, 31. T. F. C. James, 
M.D. 

Carrollton, St. Paul's, 20. J. H. Waterman. 

Carthage, Grace, 85. J. Taylor Chambers. 

Chillicothe, Grace, 114 J. H. Waterman. 

Chrystal City, St. John's, 25. C. G. Davis. 

Clarksville, Grace, 16. E. J. P. B. Williams. 

Clinton, St. Paul's, 25. T. J. Brookes. 

Columbia, Calvary, 75. John B. Williams. 

Cuba, Si. Andrew's, 26. Wm. Johnson. 

De Soto, Trinity, 43. C. G. Davis. 

Fayette, St. Mary's, 37. J. L. Gay. 

Ferguson, St. Stephen's, 32. A. A. Maister. 

Glenvvood, St. John's, 3. , 

Hamilton, Trinity, 3. J. N. Lee. 

Hannibal, Trinity, 140. John Davis. 

Harrisonville, St. Peter's, 21. B. H. Latrobe. 

Holden, Mount Calvary, 21. E. De Wolf. 

Independence, Trinity, 47. J. W. Birch- 
more. 

Ironton, St. Paul's, 32. C. G. Davis. 

Jefferson City, Grace, 27. W. W. Mix. 

Joplin, St. Philip's, 11. 

Kansas City, St. Mary's, 110. John Sword. 

Grace, 4%8. Cameron Mann, D.D. 

St. Augustine's, 54. Thos. G. Harper. 

St.Mark's, 50. J. K. Dunn. 

Trinity, 425. Robert Talbot. 

King City, St. Alban's, 18. Erastus De 
Wolf. 

Kirksyille, Trinity, 18. C. H. Canfield. 

Kirkwood, Grace, 157. F. B. Scheetz. 

Lamar, Si. Paul's, 10. 

La Plata, St. Mary's, 10. C. H. Canfield. 

Lebanon,. Trinity, 20. Russell Todd. 

Lee's Summit, St. Paul's, 25. J. W. Dunn. 

Lexington, Christ, 106. J. W. Keeble. 

Liberty, Grace, 12. J. N. Lee. 

Louisiana, Calvary, 90. E. J. P. B. Wil- 
liams. 

Macon, St. James*, 112. Charles G. Davis. 

Marshall, Trinity, 62. J. W. Higson. 

Maryville, St. PauVs, 45. Lawrence Guerin. 



Mexico, St. Paul's, 53. J. A. Matthews. 
Moberly, Christ, 44. 

Monroe City, St. Jude's, 78. W. A. Hatch. 
Montgomery, Holy Comforter, 13. J. A. 

Matthews. 
Nevada City, All Saints', 78. 
Odessa, St. Luke's, 3. John Davi«. 
Old Orchard, Emmanuel, 110. G. H. Sterling. 
Palmyra, St. Paul's, 53. J. A. Wainwright, 

M.D. 
Platte City, Mission. 13. T. R. Yalliant. 
Plattsburg, St. Mary's, 10. J. N. Lee. 
Pleasant Hill, Calvary, 19. J. W. Dunn. 
Prairieville, St. John's, 22. E. J. P. B. 

Williams. 
Rich Hill, St. Luke's, 16. T. J. Brookes. 
Rolla, Mission, 52. William Johnson. 
Savannah, St. Mary's, 24. Lawrence 

Guerin. 
Sedalia, Calvary, 348. J. J. Wilkin s. 
Shelbina, Emmanuel, 31. 
Springfield, Christ, 173. R. G. Noland. 

St. John's, 74. M. M. Moore. 

St. Charles, Trinity, 49. Geo. H. Hunt. 

St. James, Trinity, 16. Wm. Johnson. 

St. Joseph, Christ, 4X5. H. L. Foote. 

Holy Trinity, 150. G. E. Gardner. 

Si: Mark's. H. L. Foote. 

St. Louis, Christ, 537. Montgomery Schuy- 
ler, D.D. ; CM. Davis, a.m.; C. M. 
Ellingham, a. m. 

■ Advent, 40. J. Gierlow. 

All Saints', 124. C. M. C. Mason. 

Ascension, 48. W. Elmer. 

Good Shepherd, 93. B. F. Newton. 

- Grace, 231. J. P. T. Ingraham, D.D. 
Holy Communion, 438. P. G. Robert ; 

K. M. Deane, a. m. 

Holy Innocents' (Oak Hill), 40. 

Mount Calvary, 314. Benjamin E. Reed. 

St. Andrew' 8, 30. K. M. Deane. 

St. Augustine. E. C. Alcorn. 

St. David's. E. DeWolf. 

St. George's, 590. R. A. Holland, 

S.T.D.; R. A. Holland, Jr., a. m. 

St. James' (Elleardsville), 65. Her- 

bert Edwards. 

St. John's, 287. S. H. Green. 

St. Mark's Memorial, 121. W. H. 

Assheton. 

St. Paul's (South), 106. T. O'Connell. 

St. Peter's, 167. William Short. 

St. Stephen's M., 25. C. M. Ellingham. 

Trinity, 181. Geo. C. Harris, S.T.D. 



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Utica, Trinity, 19. Sidney Smith. 
Versailles, Trinity, 13. 
Warrensburg, Christ, 42. E. De Wolf. 
Weston, St. JoM% 16. Jhoinas R. Valli- 

ant. 
West Plains, All Saint/?, 16. R. S. James, 

D.D. 



Secretary of Convention. — J. R. Triplett, St. 
Louis. Assistant, C. Whittemore, St. 
Louis. 

Treasurer of tlie Diocese. — Joseph Franklin, 
St. Louis. 

Registrar, Historiographer and Librarian. 
— Rev. Dr. Ingraham, St. Louis. 

Chancellor of the Diocese. — Hon. J. Wick- 
ham, St. touis. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. M. Schuyler, 
D.D. (pres.), F. B. Scheetz, R. A. Holland, 
S.T.D. ; Messrs. M. H. Snow, W. B. Pot- 
ter ; C. Hofman, sec. 

Trustees of Aged and Infirm Clergy Fund. — 
The Bishop (ex-off.), Rev. B. E. Reed; 



Messrs. J. Franklin, treas., St. Louis; 
H. W. Hough, M. W. Alexander. 

Trustees of Permanent Fund for the Support 
of the "Episcopate. — F. Carter, F. N. Jud- 
son, C. S. Freeborn. 

St. Louis Orphans" Home. — Mrs. E. K. 
Bascome, first directress ; Mrs. McClean, 
sec. ; Mrs. W. B. Needham, treas. 

St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis. — H. Shaw, 
pres.; C. S. Freeborn, treas.; S. S. Hutch- 
ms, sec. 

St. Paul's College, Palmyra. Chancellor, 
The Bishop ; pres., Rev.J.A.Wainwright, 
M.D. 

Statistics for the year ending May 20, 1889. — 
Clergy, 70 ; parishes, 55 ; missions, 44 ; or- 
dinations : deacons, 2, prie>ts, 2 ; candi- 
dates for orders, 6 ; baptisms, 973 ; con- 
firmations, 832 ; communicants, 8,406 ; 
marriages, 258 ; burials, 347 ; S. S. teach- 
ers, 573 ; S. S. scholars, 5,854 ; total of 
contributions, $237,971.18. 

The Fifty-first Annual Convention will be 
held in Chiist Church, St. Louis, May 27, 
1890, at 10 o'clock a.m. 



Diocese of Nebraska. Organized a.d. 1868. 

Including "The Platte" Missionary Jurisdiction. 

Population (1880), 452,433 ; square miles, 73,000. 

The Rt. Rev. George Worthington, S.T.D., LL.D. (1885), Bishop, Omaha. 



Albion, St. John's, 28. G. W. Flowers. 

Arapahoe, St. Paul's, 19. S. F. Meyers. 

Ashland, St. Stephen's, 42. A. G. Musson. 

Beatrice, Christ, 46. Robert Scott. 

Blair, St. Mary's, 35. 

Broken Bow, St. John's, 14. O. J. Booth. 

Brown ville, Christ, 10. R. C. Talbot. 

Cedar Rapids, Trinity, 15. G. W. Flowers. 

Central City, Christ, 21. Albert E. Wells. 

Chadron, Grace, 32. J. N. Chesnutt, 

Clarksville, St. Paul's, 12. Albert E. Wells. 

Columbus, Grace, 38. 

Crete, Trinity Memorial, 23. E. R. Rich- 
ardson. 

Decatur, Incarnation, 24. A. E. Marsh. 

Falls City, St. Thomas', 17. W. V. Whit- 
ten. 

Fremont, St. James' , 43. W. C. McCracken. 

Geneva, St. James' , 11. 

Grand Island, St. Stephen's, 54. J . N. Jones. 

Harvard, St. John's, 19. 

Hastings, St. Marh's, 87. James W. Gil- 
man. 



Kearney, Good Shepherd, 33. R. W. Oliver, 

D.D/ 
Lincoln, Holy Trinity, 138. John Hewitt. 
Nebraska City, St. Mary's, 33. F. Carey. 
Neligh, St. Peter's, 28. F. Moore. 
Nemaha, St John's, 19. R. C. Talbot. 
Norfolk, St. Matthew's, 35. Sam. F. Myers. 
North Platte, Our Saviour, 43. A. G. E. 

Jenner. 
Omaha, All Saints', 182. Louis Zahner, 

D.D. 

Brownell Hall, 35. R. Doherty, S.T.D. 

Good Shepherd. J. P. D. Llwyd. 

St. Barnabas', 224. John Williams. 

St. John's, 85. W. O. Pearson. 

St. Philip's Chapel, 35. C. S. Wither- 

spoon. 
Trinity Cathedral, 450. The Bishop ; 

C.H.Gardner, dean / L. Zahner, D.D., 

canon; Robert Doherty, S.T.D., 

canon. 
Papillion, St. Margaret's, 12. H. L. Gamble. 
Plattsmouth, St. Luke's, 94. H. B. Burgess. 



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Plum Creek, St. Peter's, 20. 

Red Cloud, Grace, 11. 

Republican City, Trinity, 22. 

Schuyler, Holy Trinity, 61. A. A. Morrison. 

Sidney, Christ, 20. J. H. Babcock. 

St. Paul, St. Stephen's, 10. 

Tecumseh, Grace, 20. J. A. Russell. 

Ulysses, Mission. 23. R. H. F. Gairduep 

"V silent- ne, St. John's, 10. 

York, Mission, 22. R. H. F. Gairdner. 



Secretary of the Council. — Rev. W. O. Pear- 
son, Omaha. Assistant, W. T. Whit- 
marsh, Norfolk. 

Treasurer of the Diocese and Board of 
Missions. — A. P. Hopkins, Omaha. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. C. H. Gardner 
(pres.), R. Doherty, D.D.; H. B. Burgess; 
Messrs. H. G. Clark, J. M. Woolworth, 
LL.D.; H. W. Yates. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. R. W. Oliver, 



D.D. ; A. A. Morrison; R. Doherty, S.T.D.; 
J. Williams. 

Trustees of the Funds and Property of the 

Church. — The Cathedral Chapter. 
The Board of Missions. — The Cathedral 

Chapter. 
Brownell Hall for Young Lad/les, Omaha. 

—Rev. R. Do'hertv, S.T.D., rector. 
Home and Hospital for Children, Omaha. 

— Mrs. M. P. Belt, matron. 
Statistics for year ending May 1, 1889. — 

Clergy, 46; parishes, 24; missions, 46; 

candidates for orders, 10; ordinations: 

priests, 4; deacons, 3; baptisms: infants, 

458; adults, 143; confirmations, 376; 

communicants, 2,624; marriages, 119; 

bu»ials, 137; S. S. teachers, 238; S. S. 

scholars, 2,091; total of contributions, 

$95,378.04. 
The Twenty-third Annual Council will be 

held in the Cathedral, Omaha, on May 21, 

1890. 



Diocese of Newark. Organized a.d. 1874. 

Comprising the counties of Sussex, Warren, Morris, Passaic, Bergen, Hudson, and Esse? •, 
together with the township of Summit, in Union County, in the State of New-Jersey. 

Population (1880), 596,193 ; square miles, 2,800. 

The Rt. Rev. Thomas Alfred Starkey, D.D. (1880), Bishop, East Orange, N. J. 



Allendale, Epiphany Clip., 33. 
Arlington, Tiinity M., 56. John Keller. 
Bayonne, St. John's, 100. O. Valentine. 

Calvary 40. Wm. Hall. 

Belleville, Christ, 133. Cornelius S. Abbott. 
Beividere, Zion, 24. Charles Douglas. 
Bergen Point, Trinity, 260. H. Arrowsmith. 
Bloomfield, Christ,14:0. R. S. Carlin. 
Boonton, St. John's, 88. John P. Appleton. 
Dover, St John's, 92. W. M. Pickslav. 
E*si Newark, Christ. 66. J. F. Potter," M.D. 
Edgewater, Mediator t 18. M. A. Barley, M D. 
Englewood, St. Paul's, 322. G. F.Flichtner. 
Fort Lee, Good Shepherd, 34. M. A. Bailey. 
Greenville, Grace, 144. C. D. Chapman. 
Hackensack, Christ, 254. William Welles 

Holley, D.D. 
Haledon, St. Mary's, 51. 
Hamburg, Good Shepherd, 35. Joseph H. 

Smith. 
Hoboken, Holy Innocents', 321. Geo. H. 

Moffett; E. N. Webber, a. m. 
St. Paul's, 284. W. R. Jenvey. 

Trinity, 558. George C. Houghton. 

— -St. Jo tins, 80. G. N. Mead. 



Hope, St. Luke's, 13. Charles Douglas. 
Irvington, Trinity, 35. E. B. Boggs, D.D. 
Jersey City, Ascension (Hudson), 135. James 
Cameron. 

Christ (Heights), 381. 

Grace, 486. Gto. S. Bennitt; J. C. 

Lord, a. m. 
St. John's Free (Heights), 841. Edward 

L. Stoddard, Ph.D. ; F. Greaves, a. m. 
St. Mark's, 215. Frederic E. Mortimer; 

J. Edmund Kershaw, a. m. 

St Mary's, 150. D. F. Wairen, D.D. 

St. Matthew's, 194. J. A. Nock. 

St. Paul's (Bergen), 212. Win. P. Bn^h. 

Knowlton, St. James', SI. Charles Douglas. 
Lyndhursr, St. Thomas'. F. J. Clayton. 
Madison, Grace, 115. Edwin E. Butler. 
Mendham, St. Mark's, 30. Levi Johnson. 
Millburn, St. Stephen's, 117. A. U. Stanley. 
Montclair, St. Luke's, 244. F. B. Carter. 

St. James" 59. Richard Hay ward. 

Morristown, Redeemer, 297. Wiliiam M. 

Hughes. S.T.D. 

St. Peter's, 316. Robert N. Merritt. 

Newark, Christ, 195. J. Nich. Stansbury. 



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Newark, Grace, 638. George M. Christian; 

Chas. H. Mead, a. m. 

House of Prayer, 410. John S. Miller. 

St. Barnabas 1 , 282. S. H. Granberry. 

St. James' Chp.,58. Cyrus B. Durand. 

St. John's (Woodside),"l56. A. L. Wood. 

St. Matthew's, 45. J. Rockstroh. 

St. Paul's, 319. 

— - St. Philip's, 124. Reeve Hobbie. 
— - St. Stephen's, 269. Edwin F. Small. 

Trinity, 690. J. F.Potter, M.D., a.m. 

Newton, Christ, 85. Samuel Edson. 
Norwood, Holy Communion^ 18. Arthur 

H. Proffitt. 
Nutley, Grace, 115. 
Orange, Christ (East), 474. H. S. Bishop. 

All Saints', 325. Wm. Richmond. 

Grace, 522. Anthony Schuyler, D.D. ; 

Alex. Mann, a. m. 

St. Paul's (East), 135. J. P. Faucon. 

Holy Communion (South), 151. W. 

Prall. 
St. Marl's (Wes»), 426. Bishop 

Falkner. 
Holy Innocents' (West), 70. C. H. W. 

Stocking, D.D. 
Passaic, St. John's, 175. Williams Howland. 
Paterson, Holy Communion, 350. T. S. 

Cartright. 

St. Paul's, 491. T. W. Nickerson, Jr. 

Trinity, 127. J. C. Joralemon. 

Phillipsburg, St. Luke's, 52. Henry Mitchell* 

Pompton, Christ, 39. 

Ridgefield, St. James', 28. N. Maynard, 

D.D. 
Ridgewood, Christ, 113. Louis A. Lanpher. 
Rutherford, Grace, 175. F. J. Clayton. 
Short Hills, Christ, 82. N. Barrow. 
Stanhope, Christ, 26. 

"Summit, Calvary, 256. J. F. Butterworth. 
Tenafly, Atonement, 95. 
Union Hill, Grace Church, 86. Joseph 

Sherlock. 
Vernon, St. Thomas', 17. Jos. H. Smith. 
Washington, £*. Peter'*, 47. J. C. Hall. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. E. B. 
Boggs, l).D., Newark. Assistant, Rev. J. 
Cameron, Jersey City. 

Treasurer. — Henry Hayes, Newark. 

Registrar. — D. Smith Wood, Newark. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. R. N. Merritt, 
N. Barrows, W. W. Holley, D.D.; W. R. 
Jenvey (sec.) ; Messrs. E. A. Walton, H. 
Hayes, E. A. Stevens, F. W. Stevens. 

Archdeacon of Newark. — Rev. C. S. Abbott. 

Archdeacon of Jersey City. — Rev. W. R. 
Jenvey. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. G. M. Chris- 
tian, C. S. Abbott, G. C. Houghton, J. P. 
Appleton, W. J. Roberts, F. E. Mortimer, 
T. W. Nickerson, Jr. 

Trustees of the Episcopal Fund. — Messrs. D. 
Dodd, E. S. Renwick, E. Q. Keasbey, E. H. 
Wright, E. A. Stevens. 

Trustees of the Fund for Aged and Infirm 
Clergymen. — The Bishop and the Stand- 
ing Committee. 

Treasurer of the Corporation for the Belief 
of Widows and Children o* Clergymen. 
— Rev. R. N. Merritt, Morristown. 

Treasurer of the Board of Missions. — Henry 
Hayes, Newark. 

Hospital of St. Barnabas, Newark. — Rev. A. 
L. Wood, chap. ; A. L. Ward, treas. 

Christ Hospital, Jersey City Heights. — 
The Bishop, pres. ; Rev. B. R. Phelps, 
chap. ; R. C. Fessenden, treas. 

Statistics for year ending May 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 117 ; parishes, 68 ; missions, 12 ; 
candidates for orders, 8 ; ordinations : 
deacons, 2; priests, 2; baptisms: infants, 
1,626; adults, 214 (not specified, 97); con- 
firmations, 1,103; communicants, 14,133; 
marriages, 498; burials, 961; S. S. 
teachers, 1,222; S. S. scholars, 11,214; 
total of contributions, $414,573.46. 

The Sixteenth Annual Convention will meet 
on the third Tuesday in May, 1890, at 
place to be appointed by the Bishop. 



Diocese of New-Hampshire, Organized a.d. 1802. 

Population (1880), 346,984 ; square miles, 9,280. 
The Rt. Rev. William Woodruff Niles, D.D. (1870), Bishop, Concord. 



Ashland, St. Marie's, 67. Lorin Webster. 
Berlin Falls. St. Barnabas' , 20. H.L.Mitchell. 
Bethlehem, Nativity. 

Charlestown, St. Luke's, 48. W. B T. Smith, 
Claremont, Trinity, 176. J. B. Goodrich. 
— - Union. ( W.e»t), .61. Joseph A. Ticknor. 



Concord, St. Paul's, 283. The Bishop; 

Daniel C. Roberts, D.D., vice r. 
— — Chapel, St. Paul's School, 158. Henry 

A. Coit, D.D. 
Cornish, Trinity, 7. 



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Dover, St. Thomas', 206. Ithamar W. Beard, 
D.D. 

Drewsville, St. Peter's, 34. E. A. Renouf, 
D.D. 

Dublin, Emmanuel. 

Dunbarton, St. John's, 14. Ed. M. Parker. 

East Concord, Grace, 13. D. C. Roberts, 
D.D. 

Epping, St. Philip's, 10. 

Exeter, Christ, 52. Edward Goodridge. 

Goffstown, St. Matthew's, 20. J. H. Sellers. 

Hanover, St. Thomas', 42. 

Holderness, St. Peter' s-in-the-Mount. 

Trinity, 42. F. C. Coolbaugh. 

Hopkinton, St. Andrew's, 31. T. J. Drumm. 

Keene, St. James', 134. Leonidas B. Bald- 
win. 

Lancaster, St. Paul's, 77. 

Littleton, All Saints', 36. L. Waterman. 

Manchester, Grace, 344. Henry E. Gooke. 

Nashua, Good Shepherd, 242. W. H. More- 
land. 

North-Conway, Christ, 31. Wm. Greer. 

Pittsfield, St. Stephen's, 33. 

Portsmouth, St John's, 228. H. E. Hovey. 

Christ, 15. Henry E. Hovey. 

Rye Beach, St. Andrew' s-by-the-Sea. 

Salmon Falls, Christ, 33. C. E. 0. Nichols. 

Tilton, Trinity, 87. J. D. Gilliland. 

Wolfboro' June, St. John Baptist's, 29. 
W. S. Emery. 

Woodsville, St. Luke's, 78. H. A. Remick. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Horace A. 

Brown, Concord. 
Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. W. Lloyd 

Himes, Concord. 



Treasurer of the Convention. — G. Olcott, 
Charlestown. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. H. A. Coit, D.D.; 
D. C. Roberts, D.D.; E. A. Renouf, D.D.; 
Messrs. W. L. Foster, Concord (sec), 
H. A. Brown, John Hatch. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. H. Coit, 
D.D.; D. C. Roberts, D.D. 

Diocesan Missionary. — Wm. L. Himes, Con- 
cord. 

Trustees of the Church in New-Hampshire. 
— The Bishop (pres.), Rev. E. A. Renouf 
(sec.) ; Messrs. W. L. Foster, G. Ol- 
cott, G. L. Balcom, J. L. Farwell. 

Trustees of Fund for the Support of the 
Episcopate. — Messrs. J. L. Farwell (treas.), 
G. Olcott, Stephen N. Bourne. 

Treasurer of Fund for the Relief of Aged and 
Infirm Clergy, and of the Widows and 
Orphans of Clergymen. 

St. Paul's School, Concord. — Rector, Rev. H. 
A. Coit, D.D. 

Holderness School far Boys {P. 0., Plym- 
outh). — Rector, Rev. F. C. Coolbaugh. 

St. Mary's School for Girls, Concord. 

Orphans' Home, Concord. — Pres., The 
Bishop; clerk and treas., J. H. Coit, 
D.D. 

Statistics for year ending Sept. 30, 1888. — 
Clergy, 34 ; parishes, 25 ; missions, 8 ; 
candidates for orders, 3 ; baptisms : in- 
fants, 259, adults, 105 ; confirmations, 254; 
communicants, 2,729 ; marriages, 108 ; 
burials, 186; S. S. teachers, 192; S. S. 
scholars, 1,321; total of contributions, 
about $47,000.00. 

The Eighty-yiinth Annual Convention will 
be held on Wednesday, November 13, 
1889, in St. Paul's Church, Concord. 



Diocese of New- Jersey. Organized a.d. 1785. 

Comprising the counties of Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, 
Gloucester, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Ocean, Salem, Somerset, and 
Union, except the township of Summit, in the State of New- Jersey. 

Population (1880), 536,609 ; square miles, 5,520. 

The Rt. Rev. John Scarborough, D.D. (1875), Bishop, Trenton, 

Alexandria, St. Thomas', 4. Beverly, St. Stephen's, 200. L. B. Thomas. 

Allentown, Christ, 32. Bordentown, Christ, 118. C. W. Knauff. 

Asbury Park, Trinity, 151. J. D. Skene. Bound Brook, St. Paul's, 14. W. R. Harris. 

Atlantic City, Ascension, 107. W.H.Avery. Bridgeton, St. Andrew's, 92. S. S. Chevers. 

St. James' . Burlington, Holy Innocents' , 34. R. Mac- 

Baskingridge, St. Mark's, 24. Levi John- kellar. 

son. Chp. Holy Child Jesus, 13. E. M. 

Beech Haven, Holy Innocents'. J.H.Lamb. 



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Burlington, St. Barnabas', 106. Geo. W. 
Harrod. 

St. Mary's, 427. G. M. Hills, D.D. ; 

Robert Mackellar, Jr., a. m. 

Camden, Our Saviour, 70. G. W. Gates. 

St. Andrew's, Camden. T. K. C. 

Rively. 

St. John's, 610. John H. Townsend ; 

T. K. C. Rively, a. m. 

St. Paul's, 500. T. A. Tidball, D.D. 

Cape May Island, St. John's. 

Cape May Point, St. Peter's. 

Chambcrsburg, Christ. 

Chew's Landing, St. John's, 61. H. Mc- 
Dowell. 

Clarksborough, St. Peter's, 74. J. Y. Burk. 

Colestown, St. Mary's. R. G. Moses. 

Columbus, St. Luke's, 13. H. F Auld. 

Cramer Hill, St. Wilfrid's, 31. R. Ring- 
wait. 

Cranford, Trinity, 80. J. B. Jennings. 

Crosswicks, Grace, 55. W. Ernest Daw. 

Dunellen, Holy Innocents', 20. 

Eatontown, St. James' Memorial, 17. George 
Howell. 

Elberon, St. James'. 

Elizabeth, Christ, 633. Henry H. Oberly; 
Edvvard Ransford, a. m. 

Grace, 150. H. H. Sleeper. 

St. John's, 903. Otis A. Glazebrook, 

D.D.; E. A. White, a.m. 

Trinity, 262. F. Marion McAllister. 

Fair Haven, Holy Communion Chp. W. O. 

Embury. 
Fairview, Trinity, 37. P. W. Stryker. 
Flemington, Calvary, 18. 
Florence, Si. Stephen's, 49. William Holden. 
Freehold, St. Peter's, 99. T. H. Cullen. 
Gibbsboro, St. John' s-in-the- Wilderness, 4A. 

Thos. F. Milby. 
Glassborough, St. Thomas', 34. H. M. G. 

Huff. 
Gloucester, Ascension, 145. T. H. Gordon. 
Haddonfield, Grace, 115. G. M.Murray. 
Hammonton, St. Mark's, 59. G. R. Underhill. 
Hightstown, Trinity, 24. H. L. Phillips. 
Keyport, St. Mary's, 54. F. B. Crozier. 
Lakewood, All Saints', 75. R. L. Brydges. 
Lambertville, St. Andrew's, 105. Elvin K. 

Smith. 
Linden, Grace, 25. 

Little Silver, St. John's Chp. W. O. Em- 
bury. 
Long Branch, St. James', 155. Elliott D. 

Tomkins. 
Mantua, St. Barnabas', 29. 
Matawan, Trinity, 13. F. B. Croz er. 
Medford, St. Peter's, 12. Loui* K. Lewis. 
Merchantville, Grace, 93. R. G. Moses. 
Metuchen, St. Luke's, 95. Hibbert H. 

Roche. 
Middletown, Christ, 21. J. F. Jowitt. 



Millville, Christ, 28. Wilberforce Wells. 

Monmouth Beach, St. Peter 's-m- Galilee. 

Moorestown, Trinity, 124. James H.Lamb. 

Moravia, Zion Chp. 

Mount Holly, St. Andrew's, 200. 

Trinity, 143. 

Mullica Hill, St. Stephen's, 10. H. M. G. 
Huff. 

Navesink, All Saints' Memorial, 53. H. 
McKim, Jr.; J. M. Pringle, a. m. 

New-Brunswick, Christ, 268. E. B. Joyce; 
E. B. Smith, a. m. 

St. John Evangelist, 172. C. E. Phelps. 

Ocean Beach, Holy Apostles'. 

Palmyra, Christ, 64. 

Paulsboro', St. James', 24 H. E. Thomp- 
son. 

Pemberton, Grace, 31. J. B. Drysdale. 

Penn's Neck, St. George's, 20. C. M. Per- 
kins. 

Perth Amboy, St. Peter's, 160. E. P. Miller. 

Holy Cross, 30. 

Piscataway, St. James', 19. E. B. Joyce. 

Plainfield, Grace, 350. E. M. Rodman. 

Heavenly Pest, 46. J. P. Taylor, D.D. 

Holy Cross (North), 320. T. Logan 

Murphy. 

Our Saviour, 46. S. P. Simpson. 

Princeton, Trinity, 231. Alfred B. Baker. 
Pt. Pleasant, St. Mary's, 13. C. H. K-dder. 
Rahway, St. Paul's, 217. Levi W. Norton. 

Holy Comforter, 37. C. M. Parkman. 

Ran cocas, St. liter's, 12. P. W. Stryker. 
Red Bank, Trinity, 160. Joseph F. Jowitt. 
Riverside, St. Stephen's Chp., 31. P. W. 

Stryker; R. C. Evans, a. m. 

Riverton, Christ, 148. G. Heathcote Hills. 

Rocky Hill, Trinity, 15. H. L. Phillips. 

Roselle, St. Luke's, 134. C. H. Malcom, 
D.D. 

Rumson, St. George's, 111. W. O. Embury. 

Salem, St. John's, 160. Charles M. Perkins. 

Sand Hills, St. Barnabas', 40. H. L. Phil- 
lips. 

Scotch Plains, All Saints', 52. W. M. 
Reilly. 

Shrewsbury, Christ, 59. B. Franklin, D.D. 

Somerville, St. John's, 100. W. R. Harris. 

South Amboy, Christ, 210. H. M. P. Pearsp. 

Bp. Doane Memorial. An bur Lowndes. 

South River, Holy Trinity, 29. A. W. Cor- 
nell. 

South Vineland, Christ, 22. R. F. Clute, 
D.D. ; Wilberforce Wells. 

Spotswood, St. Peter's, 84. A. W. Cornell. 

Swedesboro', Trinity, 108. Geo. W. Wat- 
son, D.D. 

Tom's River, Christ, 30. Harris C. Rush. 

Trenton, St. Michael's, 365. P. Le B. Cross, 
a.m. 

Christ, 98. Chas. A. Tibbals. 

., St Pavl's } 131. J. McA. Harding. 



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Trenton, Trinity, 432. 0. S. Bunting. 
Vincentown, Trinity, 37. J. B. Drysdale, 
Vineland, Trinity, 168. Charles L. Steel. 
Waterford, Christ, 14. G. R. Underbill. 
Westtield, Grace, 80. Alfred R. Taylor. 
Woodbridge, Trinity, 107. L. H. Lighthipe. 
Woodbury, Christ, 207. H. E. Thompson. 



Secretary of Convention.— Rev. E. K. Smith, 
Lambertville. Assistant, Rev. E. B. 
Smith, Lambertville. 

Registrar. — Rev. G. M. Hills, D.D., Burling- 
ton, m 

Treasurer. — C. E. Merritt, Mount Holly. 

Chancellor. — C. G. Garrison, Camden." 

Standing Committee. — Revs. J. F. Garri- 
son, D.D. (pres.), L. W. Norton (sec.), A. 
B. Baker, C. M. Perkins ; Messrs. R. S. 
Conover, McR. Swift, J. B. Woodward, J. 
H. Pugh, M.D. 

Trustees of the Episcopal Fund. — Messrs. A. 
Browning, F. S. Conover, J. H. Pugh, 
M.D. ; H. Richards, W. W. Thomas, J. 
H. Bruere, J. N. Carpenter, treas., JSew- 
Brunswick. 

Archdeaconries. — Rev. Thos. H. Cullen, 



New-Brunswick ; Rev. G. M. Hills, D.D., 
Burlington. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. F. Gar- 
rison, D.D., G. M. Hills, D.D.; G. E. Mur* 
ray, A. B. Baker, C. E. Pheips, C. M. 
Steward. 

Treasurer of the Fund for Aged and Infirm 
Clergymen, and of the Fund for the Wid- 
ows and Orphans of Clergy, — S. K. Wil- 
son, Trenton. 

Treasurer of the S. P. C. K. in N. /.—Rev. 
E. K. Smith, Lambertville. 

Burlington College, Burlington. Founded 
1846.— Rev. E. M. Reilly, head master. 

St. Mary's Hall, Burlington, a Church School 
for Girls. — Rev. R. Mackellar, Jr., chap. 

Statistics for year ending May 7, 1889. — 
Clergy, 105 ; parishes, 75 ; missions, 44 ; 
ordinations: deacons, 2, priests, 4; can = 
didates for orders, 13 ; baptisms : infants, 
1,330, adults, 265; confirmations, 892; 
communicants, 11,840; marriages, 338; 
burials, 768; S. S. teachers, 1,294; S. S. 
scholars, 11,116 ; total of contributions, 
$221,146.73. 

The One Hundred and Eighteenth Conven* 
tion will be held in St. Mary's, Burling- 
ton, on Tuesday, May 6, 1890, at 10.30 a.m. 



Diocese of New- York. Organized a.d. 1785. 

Comprising the counties of Duchess, New- York, Orange, Putnam, Richmond, Rock" 
land, Sulliva^ Ulster, and Westchester, in the State of New- York. 

Population (1880), 1,683,156 ; square miles, 5,500. 

The Rt. Rev. Henry Codman Potter, D.D., LL.D. (1883), Bishop, 
Diocesan House. No. 29 Lafayette Place, New York. 

City Island, Grace, 39. 

Clifton, S. I., St. John's, 400. John C. Ec- 

cleston, D.D. 
Cold Spring, St. Mary's, 90. I. Van Winkle. 
Concord, &£. Simon's Chapel. E. A.Wasson. 
Cornwall, St. John's, 126. P. C. Creveling. 
Croton, St. Augustine' s. A. V. Clarkson. 
East Chester, St. Paul's, 78. W. S. Coffev. 
Edgewater, S. I., St. Paul's, 305. Henry N. 

Wayne. 
Ellenville, St. John's Memorial, 122. W. 

H. Bown. 
Esopus (Wt st Park), Ascension, 31. L. R. 

Dickmson. 
Fishkill, Trinity, 25. 

Garnerville, Trinity, 111. Amos T. Ashton. 
Glenham, St. John Baptist's, 79. Robert B. 

Van Kleeck, 
Goshen St. Janus', 120. W. E. Maison. 



Amenia, St. Thomas', 55. P. T. Ferin. 
Annandale, Holy Innocents' Chapel, 105. R. 

B. Fairbairn; D.D., LL.D. Arden St. 

Johns. 
Barry town, St. John the Evangelist's, 87. 

F. E. Shober. 

All Saints', 29. 

Bedford, St. Matthew's, 90. Lea Luquer. 
Beechwood, St. Mary's, 36. A. Herbert 

Gesner. 
Brewsters, St. Andrew's, 62. 
Caliicoon Depot, St. James', 17. Uriah Sy- 

monds. 
Caldwell's Landing, House of Prayer. E. 

Gay, Jr. 
Carthage Landing, St. Mark's, 12. John H. 

Converse. 
Castleton, S. I., St. Mary's, 177. A. G. Mor- 
timer; G. E. Cranston, a. m. 



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Greenburgh, St. Paul's Clip., 21. J. Dris- 
ler. 

Zion, 187. R. M. Berkeley. 

Haverstraw, St. Luke's, 10.) * m a >^„ 

Trinity, 109. \ A ' L ' Astlton - 

High Falls, St. John's Chapel. S. B. Smith. 
Highland, Holy Trinity ', 50. H. S. Ziegen- 

fuss; Geo. Bremner, a. m. 
Highland Falls, Holy Innocents', 123. W. R. 

Thomas, D.D. 
Hopewell Junction, 17. T. Burgess. 
Hyde Park,^. James", 170. R. H. Gesner. 
Irvington, St. Barnabas', 142 William H. 

Benjamin, D.D. 
Kent Cliffs, St. John Baptist's, 18. J. W. 

H. Weibel. 
Kingston, St. John's, 230. L. T. Wattson. 
Kitchawan, Good Shepherd Chapel, 27. 

Walter Mitchell. 
Lake Mahopac, Holy Communion, 18. J. 

W. H. Weibel. 
Lake Mohegan, St. Mary's, 35. 
Lewisboro', St. John's, 27. C. M. Selleck. 
Lithgow, St. Peter's, 48. Thos. Burgess. 
Madalin, Trinity, 73. James S. Clark, 

D.D. 
Mamaroneck, St. Thomas', 153. William 

White Montgomery. 
Marlboro', Christ, 58. John W. Buckmaster. 
Matteawan, St. Luke's, 460. 
Middletown, Grace, 399. W. McGlathery. 
Millbrook, Grace, 76. Thomas Burgess. 
Milton, All Saints', 22. J. W. Buckmaster, 
Monroe, Grace, 12. Uriah Symonds. 
Monticello, St. John's, 125. W. F. Dicken- 
son, M.D. 
Montrose, Divine Love, 94. Gouv. Cruger. 
Mount Yernon, Trinity, 371. S. F. Holmes ; 

G. D. Pond, a. m. 
New-Brighton, S. L, Christ, 279. George D. 

Johnson. 
Newburgh, St. George's, 496. O. Applegate, 
D.D. ; Walter Marvine, a. m. 

St. Paul's, 172. Rufus Emery. 

Newcastle, St. Mark's, 51. Walter Mitchell. 
New Citv, St. John, 18. Thomas Stephens. 
New-Rochelle, Trinity, 300. C. F. Canedy. 
New-Windsor, St. Thomas', 82. Kenneth 

Mackenzie, Jr. 
New-York, All Angels', 204. C. F. Hoff- 
man, D.D. ; S. De L. Townsend, 
a. m.; Benj. Webb, a. m. 

All Saints', 413. William N. Dunnell, 

D.D. 

Annunciation, 159. W. J. Seabury, 

D.D. y 

All Souls' (Anthon Memorial), 740. R. 

H. Newton, D.D. 

Archangel. Charles R. Treat. 

Aspmsion, 750, E. W. Donald,D.D.; J, F. 

Sieen, a. in.; E. H.Van Winkle, a. m.; 
•J. M. Chew. a. m. 



New- York, Ascension Memorial Chapel, 445. 

J. F. Steen. 
Comforter Chapel, 145. E. H. Yan 

Winkle. 

Beloved Disciple, 225. S. Gregory 

Lines. 

Calvary, 905. Henry Y. Satterlee, D.D.; 

B. Brewster, a.m.; H. Bedinger, 
a. m. 

Calvary Chapel, 602. B. Brewster, 

a. m. 

Christ, 290. J. S. Shipman, D.D., 

D.C.L. 

Christ (Riyerdale), 150. George D. 

Wildes, D.D.,LL.D* 

City Mission, 275. A. Mackay- 

Smith. 
Epiphany, 174. Alford A. Butler. 

Grace,l,d00. W. R. Huntington, D.D.; 

George Francis Nelson, a. m. / G. H. 
Bottome, a. m.; J. V. Chalmers, 



Grace Chapel, 489. 
son. 



Geo. Francis Nel- 



Grace (Harlem), 170. D. Brainerd 

Ray. 

Grace (West Farms), 128. A.J. Derby- 

shire. 
Heavenly Best, 880. D. Parker Mor- 
gan, D.D.; E. W. Babcock, a. m. 
Holy Apostles', 350. Brady E. Backus, 

D.D. ; Aithur H. Judge, a. m. 

Holy Comforter, 60. T. A. Hyland. 

Holy Communion, 1,100. Henry Mottet, 

pastor ; Prescott Evarts, a. m. 

Holy Cross, 550. H. Meissner. 

Holy Faith, 130. Ytctor C. Smith. 

Holy Innocents' (Harlem), 136. M. L. 

Woolsey; M. Yan Rensselaer, D.D., 

a. m. 

Holy Martyrs, 100. James Millett. 

Holy .Nativity, 211. Edward Kenney. 

Holy Sepulchre, 200. T. P. Hughes, 

D.D. 
Holy Trinity, 1,420. E.WalpoleWarren ; 

Henry Tatlock, a. m. 
Holy Trinity (Harlem), 875. I. Newton 

Stanger, D.D.; Geo. C. Cox, a. m. 

Holy Trinity Chp. (Harlem), 158. 

Incarnation, 525. Arthur Brooks ; 

Newton Perkins, a. m. 
— — Intercession (Washington Heights), 404. 

H. Morton Reed. 
Mediator (South Yonkers), 79. Will- 
iam T. Wilson ; Alex. Forbes, a. m. 
- Our Saviour (Floating Chp.), 448. 

Robert J. Walker. 
Reconciliation, 390. Newton Perkins. 

— Redeemer, 305. John W. Shackelford, 

S.T.D. 

San Salvatore, 64. A. Pace, 

Santiago, 44. 



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New-York, St. Ambrose, 136. S. T. Graham. 
'St. Andrew's (Harlem), 1,152. G. R. 

Van De Water, D.D.; C. M. Niles, 

a. m. 
St. Ann's, 589. Thomas Gallaudet, 

D.D. ; Edward H. Krans, LL.D , 

asso. r. ; John Chamberlain, a. m. ; 

Anson T. Colt, a.m. 
St. Ann's (Morrisania), 336. E. H. Ket- 

tell, D.D. 

St. Barnabas' Chapel. 

St. Bartholomew's, 600. David H. 

Greer, D.D. ; R. C. Booth, a. m. 

St Clement's, 165. T. A. Eaton, D.D. 

St Edward the Martyr, 400. E. W. 

Neil. 

St EspritfUS. A. V. Wittmeyer. 

St George's, 1,900. W. S. Rainsford, 

D.D. ; Henry Wilson, D.D., a. m. ; 

Charles Scadding, a. m. ; R. R. 

Graham, a. m. 

St. George's Chp., 206. C. Scadding. 

Si Ignatius', 268. Arthur Ritchie ; 

G. T. Griffith, a. m. 
St. James', 613. Cornelius B. Smith. 

D.D. 
St James' (Fordham), 250. Chas. J. 

Holt. 
St John Baptist, 200. Cornelius R. 

Duffie, D.D. 
St. John Evangelist, 300. B. F. De- 
Costa, D.D. 
St Luke's, 600. I. H. Tuttle, D.D.; 

Clarence Buel, a. m. ; J. T. Patey, 

a. m. 
St. Luke's Hospital Chp. Geo. Stuart 

Baker. 
St Mark's Church, 562. J . H. Rylance, 

D.D. J 

St. Mark's Chapel. 

St Mary's (Manhattanville), 75. L. H. 

Schwab. 
St. Mary's (Mott Haven), 166. J.Rey- 

nolds, Jr. 
St. Mary the Virgin, 551. Thomas 

McKee Brown ; Henry Darby, a. m.; 

Edward Benedict, a. m. ; Arthur 

Mason, a. m. 
St. Matthew's, 175. Henry Chamber- 

laine. 
St. Michael's, 582. Thos. M. Peters, 

D.D. ; Caleb T. Ward, a. m. 
St Paul's, 178. Thomas R. Harris, 

D.D. 

St Peter's, 500. Alfred B. Beach, 

D.D. 

St Philip's, 390. Hutchins C. Bishop. 

St. Stephen's, 1 02. A. Bloomer Hart. 

St. Thomas', 857. John W. Brown; 

Regina'd H. Starr, D. D., a. m. 

St Thomas' (German) M, 98. R. E. 

Grueber. 



New-York, St Thomas' Chapel, 434. W. H. 

Pott, Ph.D., a. m. 
St Timothy's, 476. Henry Lubeck. 

Transfiguration, 600. G. H. Hough- 

ton, D.D. ; E. C. Houghton, a. m. 

Transfiguration Chp., 160. E. C. 

Houghton. 

Trinity Parish. Morgan Dix, S.T.D., 

D.C.L., rector. 

Trinity Church, 1,738. M. Dix, 

S.T.D., D.C.L.; J. W. Hill; D. I. 
Odell. 

St Paul's Chapel, 614. J. Mul- 

chahey, D.D., a. m. ; W. M. Geer. 

St. Jonn's Chapel, 913. Philip A. 

H. Brown, a. m. / Jesse A. Locke. 

Trinity Chapel, 917. C. E. Swope, 

D.D., a. m. ; Harry Baumann. 

St Chrysostom's Chapel, 769. Thos. 

H. Sill, a. m. 

St Augustine's Chapel, 824. A. C. 

Kimber, S.T.D., a. m. ; R. E. 
Wright ; Ernest Yoorbis. 
St Cornelius' Chapel (Fort Colum- 
bus), 41. E. H. C. Goodwin. 

Trinity (Morrisania), 100. Albert S. 

Hull 

Zion, 276. Charles C. Tiffany, D.D. ; 

I. C. Sturges, a. m. ; L. M. Van 
Bokkelen, a. m. 

Zion's Chapel of the Atonement, 166. 

Isaac C. Sturges. 
North Castle, St Stephen's, 35. John T. 

Pearce. 
North Salem, St James', 46. R. C. Russell. 
Nyack, Grace, 275. Franklin Babbitt. 
Patterson, Christ, 25. 

Peekskill, St Peter's, 265. W. Fisher Lewis. 
Pelham, Christ, 92. Charles Higbee. 
Pelhamville, Redeemer, 55. C. W. Bolton. 
Philipsetown, St Philip's, 130. Walter 

Thompson, D.D. 
Piermont, Christ, 100. Horatio N. Powers, 

D.D. 
Pine Plains, Regeneration, 47. F. E. Shober. 
Pleasant Valley, St Paul's, 55. Thos. Bur- 
gess. 
Pleasantville, St. John's, 82. Benj. T. Hall. 
Portchester, St Peter's, 369. S. W. Young. 
Port Jervis, Grace, 134. Uriah Symonds. 
Poughkeepsie, Christ, 400. Henry L. Zie- 
genfuss. 

Holy Comforter, 369. Rob. F. Crarv. 

St. Paul's, 338. Frank Heartfield. 

Red Hook, Christ, 70. John R. Lambert. 

St Paul's (Tivoli), 54. G.L. Piatt, D.D. 

Rhinebeck, Messiah, 66. A. F. Olmsted, 

D.D. 
Rhinecliff, Ascension, 10. 
Richmond, S. I., St Andrew's, 120. Thomas 

S.Yocom, D.D. 
Rondout, Holy Spirit, 206. F. Washburn. 



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Thomas 
P. McD. 



J. W. Trimble. 
A. V. Colston. 
Chapel. Gouv. 



Rosendale, All Saints 1 , 65. S. Borden 

Smith. 
Rossville, S. I., St. Luke's, 68. W. Wardlaw. 
Rye, Christ, 187. W. W. Kiikby. 
St. John's, St. John's, 22. H. Mottet. 
Saugerties, Trinity, 147. Thomas Cole. 
Scarsdale, St. James' , 83. F. Chase. 
Sing Sing, St. Paul's, 240. A. B. Jennings. 

Trinity, 236. G. W. Ferguson; J. 

Breckinridge Gibson, D.D., a. m. 

All Saints' (Briar Cliff), 48. H. L. 

My rich. 
Somers, St. Luke's, 60. R. C. Russell. 
Southfield, S. I., Holy Comforter, 43. E. A. 

Wasson. 
Spring Valley, St Paul's, 29. 

Stephens. 
Staatsburgh, St Margaret's, 85. 

Bleecker. 
Stone Ridge, St. Peter's, 56. S. Borden 

Smith. 
Stony Point, Grace, 82. E. Gay, Jr. 
Suffer n, Christ, 66. R. Mansfield. 
Tarrytown, Christ, 160. J. Selden Spencer. 

\$& Mark's, 140. M. K. Schermerhorn. 

Thompsonville, St. Mary's. W.F.Dickenson. 
Tottenville, St Stephen's, 60. C. W. de L. 

Nichols. 
Tuckahoe, St John's, 59. 
Tuxedo Park, St Mary's. 
Verpiank, St Barnabas' 

Cruder. 

Walden, St. Andrew's, 106. G. H. Young. 
Wappinger's Falls, Zion, 541. J. N. Steele. 
Warwick, Christ, 70. John C. Fair. 
West Brighton, S. I., Ascension, 360. Pascal 

Harrower. 
Westchester, St. Peter's, 330. Frank M. 

Clendenin. 
White Plains, Grace, 263. F. B. Van Kleeck. 
Wilmot, St. John's, 47. C. F. Canedy. 
Yonkers, Christ, 147 '. A. Ulmann. 

St. John's, 600. A. B. Carver. 

St Paul's, 223. William H. Mills,D.D. 

Yorktown, St Catharine's, 14. 
St Mary's. 

Secretary of Convention. — Rev.Thos. R. Har 

. ris, D.D., Office 29 Lafaye te Place, New 
York. 

Registrar. — Rev. Geo. Francis Nelson. 

Treasurer. — James Pott, 14 Astor pi., New 
York. 

Standing Committee. — Rev. Drs. Morgan 
Dix, Thomas Richey, W. J. Seabury, H. Y. 
Satt^rlee ; Messrs/S. P. Nash, H. Drisler, 
LL.D.; G. McCulloch Miller, D. Clarkson. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. R. B. Fair- 
bairn, D'.D.; R. C. Hall, D.D. ; C. C. Tif- 
fany, D.D ; P. K. Cady, D.D. ; E. W. 
Donald, D.D.; H. L. Ziegenfuss, A. A. 
Butler, Walter Mi chell. 



Archdeacons. — Of Dutchess, Rev. H. L. 
Ziegenfnss ; of New Y^rk, Rev. Alex- 
ander Mackay-Smi'h; of Orange, Rev. 
W. R, Thomas, D.D.; of Richmond, Geo. 
D. Johnson; Of Westchester, F. B. Van 
Kleeck. 

Trustees of the Estate and Property of the 
Diocese'.— B.enry Lewis Morris, sec, New- 
York. 

Missionary Committee. — The Bishop, p£<* c .; 
James Pott, treas., 12 Astor pi., New-York. 

Parochial Fund. — W. A. Smith, treas., 70 
Broadway, New-York. 

The Episcopal Fund. — J. McLean Nash, 
treas., 67 Wall st., New- York. 

Corporation for the Relief^ Widows and 
Children of Clergymen. — The Bishop, 
ex-of. pres. ; Rev. J. A. Spencer, D.D. , 
sec. ; Richard M. Harrison, treas., 31 
Nassau s*., New-York. 

Trustees of Aged and infirm Clergy Fund. — 
The Bishop, pres. ; Geo. Montague, treas., 
Seventh Ward National Bank, 184 Broad- 
way, New-York. 

Trustees of the Sands Fund. — The Bishop, 
Rev. T. R. Harris, D.D. ; Messrs. James 
Pott, J. McLean Nash. 

The Children's Fold, Broadway and §Zd st. 
New- York. — TLev. T. M. Peters, D.D., 
pres. ; James Pott, treas. ; N. Stetson, Jr., 
sec. at the Institution. It receives any 
needy child (healthy) of 3 to 9 years old. 

Columbia College, 4Qth street and Fourth 
avenue, New-York. Founded 1754. — Hon. 
Seth Low, pres.; Rev. C. R. Duffie, D.D., 
chap. 

Church Mission to Deaf-mutes, New- York 
with a Home for Aged and Infirm Deaf- 
mutes. — Rev. Dr. Gallaudet, general man- 
ager, 9 West 18th st. ; Wm. Jewett, treas., 
107 Grand st, New-York. 

Home for Incurables, Fordham Station, New- 
York City.—B. H. Field, pres. ; J. D. 
Vermilye, Mer. Nat. Bank, 42 Wall st., 
New-York, treas.; I. C. Jones, Jr., M.D., 
supt. ; Rev. A. J. Derby:<hire, chap. 

Home for Old Men and Aged Couples, 487 
Hudson street, New- York.— Pres. {ex-off.), 
the Bishop ; vice-pres., Rev. I. H. Tuttle, 
D.D. ; treas., H. H. Cammann, 51 Liberty 
st. 

House of Mercy, at the foot of West %Uh 
street^ New- York— Rev. Thos. Richey, 
D.D., chap.; Elihu Cnauncey, treas., 22 
East 22d st., New-York. 

House of Rest for Consumptives, Trernont— 
Rev.'T. M. 'Peters, D.D., pres. ; W. Har- 
rold Browne, sec. ; E. L. Tiemann, treas., 
Manhattanville ; Rev. W. A. Masker, 
supt. and chap. 

House of the Good Shepherd, Tomkins Com. 
—Pres., Rev. E. Gay, Jr, 



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House of the Holy Comforter, 355 West 2'6d 
street. — A free Church Home for Incura- 
bles. — The Bishop, visitor ; Rev. M. Van 
Rensselaer, D.D., pres. and chap.; Bev- 
erly Chew, sec. and treas., 39 Wall st. 

Midnight Mission, 260 Greene street, New- 
York. — John Davenport, pres.; Louis 
Me-ier, treas., 1 Pine st. y Rev. G. H. 
Houghton, D.D., chap. 

New- York Bible and Common Prayer-Book 
Society. — Treas. and agent, J. Pott, 12 

As'orpl. 

N. Y. Protestant Episcopal City Mission 
Society, New- York. Incorporated 1833. — 
Which includes and sustains St. Barna- 
bas' Hous% 304 and 306 Mulberry st.; 
the Clergy House, 38 Bleecker st. — The 
Bishop, ex-off. pres. ; C. P. Bull, sec, 
Mutual Life' Building, Nassau st.; John 
H. Boynton, treas. and general agent, 23 
Braver st.; Rev. Alex. Mackay-Smith, 
D.D., supt. 

Orphans' Home of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church, New- York City.— House, 49th st., 
near Lexington ave. 

Protestant Episcopal Society for Seamen, 
New- York.— The Bishop, ex-off. pres.; 
I. I. Smith, treas., 77 West Houston st. 

St. John Baptist Home, 233 E. Ylth st. y 
New- York. — The Bishop, visitor; Rev. 
G. H. Houghton, D.D., warden. In- 
stitutions under their charge. In New- 
York : St. John Baptist School, 231 East 
17th st.; Church Work Room, New-York ; 
Holy Cross Mission Work, New-York ; 
German Industrial School, New-York; 
St. Andrew's Convalescent Hospital, 
New-York ; House of the Holy Com- 
forter, New-York; Midnight Mission. 
New-York; St. Michael's Home, Ma 
maroneck. I>. New-Jersey : St. Hilda's 
School, Morris'own; St. Luke's Home, 
Newark ; Christ Church Orphanage, South 
Amboy. 

All Saints' Convalescent Home for Men and 
Boys, 521 East 120th st.— In charge of 
the Brothers of Nazareth. — Visitor, the 
Bishop ; chap., Rev. J. 0. S. Huntington. 

St. Luke's Home for Indigent Christian 
Females, Madison avenue and 89th street, 
New-York. — The Bishop, pres.; J. H. 
Caswell, treas., 87 Front st., New-York. 

St. Luke's Hospital, New- York. — Incorporated 
1850 — Corpus Sanare, Animam Salvare. 
— G. M. Miller, sec; G. Norrie, treas., 
41 Wall st.; Rev. G. S. Baker, pastor and 
supt. 

St. Martha's Society, 34 West 2'2d st.—l? or 
protection and training of young: girls 
rid children. — Pres., G. H. Hoi 



D.D 



3uguton, 



St. Mary's Free Hospital for Childrm, 407 



W. Mth street.— Pres. , the Bishop ; treas., 
C. Guion ; sec, Mrs. H. W. Grimwood,116 
E. 30th st.; assist, treas., Miss Ellen Kern- 
ble, 52 W. 25th st. 

St. Stephen's College, Annandale. Incorpo- 
rated I860.— Rev. R. B. Fairbairn, D.D., 
LL.D., warden; S. V. R. TJrnger, Esq., 
treas., 187 Fulton st., New-York. 

The Sheltering Arms, 129th st. and 10th ave., 
New- York— Uev. T. M. Peters, D.D., pres., 
cor. Broadway and 101st st. ; H. C. Von 
Post, sec. ; W. G. Langdon, treas., 719 
Fifth ave. 

Sisterhood of St. Mary, New- York. — Visitor, 
the Bishop; pastor, Rev. G. H. Hough- 
ton, D.D. The institutions now under 
their care are: The House of Mercy, St. 
Mary's Hospital, St. Mary's School, 8 
East 46th st.; St. Gabriel's School, Peeks- 
kill; St. Mary's School, Memphis, Tenn.; 
the Trinity Infirmary, 50 Varick st., and 
the Church Home, Memphis, Tenn. 

Sisterhood of the Good Shepherd, New- York. 
— Pastor, Rev. Thomas Gallaudet, D.D. 
In charge of House of the Good Shep- 
herd, Asbury Park ; St. James' Parish 
Home and Day School, Wilmington, 
N. C. ; Hospital of the Good Shepherd, 
Nashville, Tenn. ; Home and Training 
School for Children, New-York Cit\. 
Address Sister Adelia,419 West 19th st., 
New-York. 

Sisterhood of the Holy Communion. — Vis- 
itor, the Bishop of the Diocese ; pastor, 
the Rev. W. J. Seabury, D.D. The Sis- 
ters have charge of the Shelter for 
Respectable Girls, 148 West 14<h st., 
and work in the parish of the Church of 
the Annunciation. Sister Catharine, 
Superior. 

Society for the Promotion of Religion and 
Learning. — The Bishop, ex-qff. pres.; 
Rev. Andrew Oliver, supt.; T. W. Og- 
den, sec. 

Society for the Belief of the Destitute Blind 
of New- York and its vicinity, 104:th st. 
and 10th ave. Incorporated 1868. — Visitor, 
the Bishop ; pres., C. H. Leland ; treas., 
H. Manuel, 22 Nassau st. 

Sunday-School Association of the P. E. 
Church in the City of New -York.— The 
Bishop, pres. ; Rev. Dr. Mulchahey, vice- 
pres. ; sees., J. P. Faure, 238 W. Eleventh 
st. ; E. H. Colman, 125 E. 27th st. 

Trinity School, New- York. — Founded A.D. 
1709. — Rev. Robert Holden, rector. For 
free scholarships apply to the sec, Rev. 
W. E. Eigenbrodt, D.D. 

Yonkers Nursery and Home. — Incorporated 
1884. Pres., Rev. W. H. Mills, D.D. ; 
sec, E. A. Smith ; treas., Henry A. 
Smiih. 



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THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Statistics for year ending September 1, 1889. 
— Clergy, 355; parishes and chapels, 205; 
candidates for orders, 36; ordinations: 
deacons, 19, priests, 15 ; baptisms : infants, 
5,572, adults, 741 ; total, 6,313 ; confirma- 
tions, 4,369; communicants, 48,405 ; mar- 
riages, 2,238; burials, 3,475; S. S. teach- 



ers, 3,478; S. S. scholars, 86,553; total 
of contributions, including legacies, etc., 
$1,815,824.29. 
The One Hundred and Seventh Annual Con- 
vention will be held at such place as the 
Bishop may appoint, on the last Wednes- 
day of September, 1890. 



Diocese of North-Carolina. Organized a.d. 1816. 

Comprises all that portion of the State of North Carolina lying West of the Western line 
of the Counties of Hertford, Bertie, Martin, Pitt, Greene, Wayne, Sampson, Cumber- 
land, and Bobeson. 

Population (1880), 978,768 ; square miles, 34,790. 
The Rt. Rev. Theodore Benedict Lyman, D.D., LL.D. (1873), Bishop, Raleigh. 



Ansonville, Mission, 19. C. C. Quin. 
Asheville, Eavenscroft Asso. M. D. H. 

Buel, D.D.,princ; G. H. Bell, a. m. 
Trinity, 184. J. Buxton, D.D. ; John 

B. Harding, a. m. 

Trinity Chapel, 24. H. S. McDuffey. 

Beaver Dam, Mission, 13. W. F. Rice. 
Boone, St. Luke's, 8. Geo. H. Bell. 
Bowman's Bluff, Gethsemane, 20. R. Wain- 

wright. 
Brevard, St. Philip's, 20. D. H. Buel. 
Buncombe County, Leicester, 5. G. H. 
Bell. 

Candler's, 10. G. H. Bell. 

Burlington, >S£ Athanasius' , 42. A.R.Walker. 
Chapel Hill, Chapel of the Cross, 19. 
Charlotte, St. Peter\205. J. B. Cheshire, Jr. 
St. Michael and All Angels', 40. P. P. 

Alston. 
Company Shops, St. Athanasius', 35. 
Concord, All Saints', 18. B. S. McKenzie. 
Peep River, St. Mark's, 16. Wm. Walker. 
Durham, St. Philip's, 127.V T. M.N. George. 
Edgecombe Co., St. Mary's, 12. W. J. Smith. 
Enfield, Advent, 18. A. S. Smith, D.D. 
Franklin, St. Agnes', 30. J. A. Deal. 
Gaston, St. Luke's M, 25. Gilbert Higgs. 
Greensboro', St. Barnabas', 94. A. H. Stubbs. 
Halifax, St. Mark's, 16. H. W. Robinson. 
Haw Creek, Trinity, 15. W. F. Rice. 
Henderson, Holy Innocents' , 142. J. E. Ingle. 
Henderson County, Calvary, 150. W. S. 

Bynum. 

St. Pauls, 24. G. H. Bell. 

Hendersonville, St. James 7 M, 60. A. N. 

Wrixon. 
Hickory, Ascension, 47. James A. Weston. 
High Point, St. James 7 M, 13. R. Percy 

Eubanks. 
High Shoals, St. John's, 16. W. R.Wetmore. 



W. R. Wetmore. 
20. W. R. Wet- 



Hillsboro', St. Matthew's. 78. Joseph W. 
Murphy. 

Iredell County, St James', 81. E. P. Green. 

Jackson, The Saviour, 46. Gilbert Higgs ; 
W. T. Picard, a. m. 

Kittrell, St. James', 47. J. E. Ingle. 

Leaksville, Epiphany, 34. Alban Greaves. 

Lenoir, St. James', 47. James A. Weston. 

Lexington, Eedemption, 15. R. P. Eu- 
banks. 

Lincoln Co., Oar Saviour, 20. W. R. Wet- 
more. 

St. Cyprian's, 13. 

St. Stephen's Chp. 

more. 

St Paul's Chp., 8. W. R. Wetmore. 

Lincolnton, St Luke's, 56. W. R. Wetmore. 

Louisburg, St. Paul's, 43. R. B. Sutton, 
D.D. 

Marion, St John's M., 8. C. T. Bland. 

Mecklenburg Co., St Mark's M. y 32. E. A. 
Osborne. 

Monroe, St Paul's, 24. E. A. Osborne. 

Morganton, Grace, 68. 

Orange County, St Mary's, 10. J. W. 
Murphy. 

Oxford, St Stephen's, 140. W. W. Walker. 

Pittsboro', St. Bartholomew's, 63. Wm. 
Walker ; F. L. Bush, a. m. 

St. James' M, 26. William Walker. 

Polk Co., Tryon Mission, 27. A. N. Wrixon. 

Raleigh, Christ, 241. M. M. Marshall, D.D. 

Good Shepherd, 200. W. M. Clark. 

St. Augustine's, 69. R. B. Sutton, D.D.; 

A. B. Hunter. 
Uary'i 

Reidsville, St. 
Reaney. 

Ridgeway, Good Shepherd, 24. W. S. Petti- 
grew. 



Thomas' M, 28. W. L. 



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Ringwood, St. Clement's, 23. A.S. Smith, DD. 

Rocky Mount, Good Shepherd, 57. E. W. 
Bumstead. 

Rowan County, Christy 43. E. P. Green. 

St. Andreio's, 36. E. P. Gre<-n. 

Rowan County, St. Mary's, 30. F. J. Mur- 
doch. 

Rutherfordton, St. John's, 10. E. A. Os- 
borne. 

Salisbury, St. Luke's, 125. F. J. Murdoch. 

Scotland Neck, Trinity, 127. W. J. Smith. 

Shelby, Redeemer, 15. 

Statesville, Trinity, 51. S. P. Watters. 

Tarboro', Calvary, 153. John Huske. 

St. Luke's, 62. John W. Perry. 

Try on City, Holy Cross, 12. A. N.Wrixon. 

Wadesboro', Calvary, 38. C. C. Quin. 

Walnut Cove, Holy Comforter, 26. L. L. 
Williams. 

Warrenton, Emmanuel, 57. B. S. Bronson. 

Watauga Co., St. John's M, 17. I n tt on 

St. Luke's, 10. ^G.H.Bell. 

Waynesville, Grace, 75. D. H. Buel, D.D. 

Weldon, Grace, 27. W. L. Melli champ. 

Wilkesboro', St. Paul's, 16. R. W. Barber. 

Williamsboro', St. John's, 30. W. S. Petti- 
grew. 

Wilson, St. Timothy's, 48. 

Winston, St. Paul's, 103. 



Secretary and Registrar of the Convention. 
— Rev. G. Higgs, Warrenton. 



Treasurer. — C. E. Johnson, Raleigh. 

Historiographer. — Rev. J. B. Cheshire, Jr., 
Charlotte. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. M. M. Marshall, 
D.D., R. B. Sutton, D.D., B. Smedes; 
Messrs. R. H. Battle, Col. W. E. Ander- 
son. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. D. H. Buel, 
D.D., J. Buxton, D.D., M. M. Marshall, 
D.D., B. Smedes, B. S. Bronson, A. S. 
Smith, D.D. 

Deans of Convocations. — Asheville, Rev. J. 
Buxton, D.D. ; Charlotte, Rev. J. B. 
Cheshire, Jr.; Raleigh, Rev. R. B. Sut- 
ton, D.D.; Tarboro', Re\r. Gilbert Higgs. 

Si. Augustine's Normal School, Raleigh. — 
Rev. R. B. Sutton, D.D., principal. 

St. Mary's School, Raleigh. — Rector, Rev. 
B. Smedes. 

Ravenscroft Mission and Trainina School. 
—Rev. D. H. Buel, D.D., prin. " 

Statistics for year ending May 10, 1889. — 
Clergy, 52 ; parishes, 46 ; missions, 21 ; 
candidates for orders, 8 ; ordinations : 
deacon, 1, priests, 2 ; baptisms : infants, 
497, adults, 117 ; confirmations, 188 ; com- 
municants, 3,985 ; marriages, 83 ; burials, 
208 ; S. S. teachers, 325 ; S. S. scholars, 
2,741; total of contributions, $39,910.34. 

The Seventy-fourth Annual Convention will 
be held in Calvary Church, Tarboro', May 
— , 1890. 



Diocese of Ohio. Organized a.d. 1818. 

Comprising that portion of the State of Ohio lying north of the southern line of the 
. counties of Mercer, Shelby, Logan, ifnion, Marion, Morrow, Knox, Coshocton, ' Tus- 
carawas, Harrison, and Jefferson. 

Population (1880), 1,528,347 ; square miles, 21,007. 
The Rt. Rev. William Andrew Leonard, D.D. (1889), Bishop, Cleveland. 



Akron, St. Paul's, 335. R. L. Ganter, D.D. 

Alliance, Trinity, 31. George Bosley. 

Ashtabula, St. Peter's, 293. Geo. A. Hol- 
brook. 

Ashtabula Harbor, Grace, 37. Edward Sey- 
mour. 

Bellefontaine, Trinity, 33. J. P. Parke. 

Bellevue, St. Paul's, 102. E. H. Wellman. 

Berea, St. Thomas', 68. 

Boardman, St. James', 25. 

Bucyrus, St. John's. W. M. Brown. 

Canton, St.Paul's, 122. Howard MacQueary, 

Cardington, Good Shepherd. W, M.Brown. 



Cleveland, All Saints', 102. N. E. Cornwall. 
Christ, 115. K. E. L. Oppen. 

Emmanuel, 73. A. B. Putnam. 

Good Shepherd, 134. Thomas Lyle. 

Grace, 381. E. W. Worthington. 

Grace (Newburgh), 62. J. B. Shep- 

herd. 

St. James', 56. 

St. John's, 390. H. D. Aves. 

St. Mark's, 141. F. M. Hall. 

St. Mary's, ISO. F. M. Munson. 

St, PavVs, 570. Cyrus S. Bates, D.D. , 

J. B. Shepherd, a. m, 



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Cleveland, St. Peter's Chapel. Y. Peyton 
Morgan. 

Trinity , 490. Y. Peyton Morgan. 

Clyde, Grace, 65. M. Hamilton. 

Collamer, St. Paul's, 59. L. C. Morgan. 

Coshocton, Trinity, 34. J. de B. Kaye. 

Crestline, Christ. W. M. Brown. 

Cross Creek, St James', 29. 

Cuyahoga Falls, St John's, 189. J. W. 
Cracraft. 

Defiance, Grace, 150. G. S. May. 

Dennison, St. Barnabas', 38. J. de B. Kaye. 

East Liverpool, St. Stephen's, 139. Edmund 
Burke. 

East Plymouth, St. Matthew's, 40. Edward 
Seymour. 

Elyria, St. Andrew's, 126. Geo. F. Smythe. 

Findlay, Trinity, 40. 

Fostoria, Trinity, 13. J. H. W. Blake. 

Fremont, St. Paul's, 68. 

Galion, Grace, 36. Wm. M. Brown. 

Gambier, Har court Parish, 202. 

Geneva, Christ, 15. 

Hicks ville, St. Paul's, 10. 

Hudson, Christ, 60. James A. Brown. 

Huron, Christ, 86. B. W. Daupherty. 

Jefferson, Trinity, 41. W. W. Corby n. 

Kent, Christ, 48. 

Kenton, St. Paul's, 22. J. P. Parke. 

Kinsman, Grace, 19. 

Lakewood, Ascension. F. M. Hall. 

Lima, Christ, 35. A.bner Frazer. 

Lyme, Trinity, 28. E. H. Wellman. 

Madison, St. John's, 6. 

Mansfield, Grace, 90. S. M. Holden. 

Marion, St. Paul's, 82. Wm. Lucas. 

Massillon, St. Timothy's, 143. E. L. Kemp. 

Maumee, St. Paul's, 36. 

Medina, St. Paul's, 251. Rolla Dyer. 

Milan, St. Luke's, 19. C. S. Aves. 

Mill Creek, St. Mark's, 21. J. de B. Kaye. 

Monroeville, Zion, 47. E. H. Wellman. 

Mount Vernon, St. Paul's, 210. 

Napoleon, St. John's. G. S. May. 

New Lisbon, Trinity, 27. H. J. Broad- 
well, M.D. 

Niles, Advent, 30. 

Norwalk, St. Paul's, 194. Charles S. Aves. 

Oberlin, Christ, 54. Geo. F. Smythe. 

Painesville, St. James', 170. William H. 
Gallagher. 

Peninsula, Bethel, 9. James A. Brown. 

Port Clinton, Grace. 

Ravenna, Grace, 70 

Rockport, Ascension, 31. 

Salem, Our Saviour, 37. Ephraim Watt. 

Sandusky, Calvary, 92. F. W. Raikes. 

= IS SI John Hawthorne. 
Shelby, J&% Spirit. W. M. Brown. 
Steubenville, #5. ifeet?*, 246. C. D.Williaras. 



St. Mary, #& Marys, 10. 

South Toledo, £fc. Pa^'s, 24. 

Tiffin, Trinity, 105. J. H. W. Blake. 

Toledo, Grace, 139. William C. Hopkins. 

Calvary, 82. M. H. Martin. ' 

St. John's, 85. B. A. Brown. 

Trinity, 581. Edward R. Atwill, D.D. ; 

H. E. Jephson, a.m. 

Unionviile, St. Michael's, 14. 

Van Wert, St. Matthias'. 

Venice, Redeemer, 26. R. L. Howell. 

Wakeman, St. John's. C. S. Aves. 

Warren, Christ, 85. C. W. Hollister. 

Wellsville, Ascension, 41. Edmund Burke. 

Willoughby, Grace, 27. L. C. Morgin. 

Windsor, Christ. 

Wooster, St. James', 58. Asabel A Bresee. 

Youngstown, St. John's, 300. R. R. Clai- 
borne. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. J. B. Shep- 
herd, 494 Cedar ave., Cleveland. 

Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. William B. 
Bodine, D.D., Gambier. 

Treasurer. — L. Buttles, 130-134 Champlain 
st., Cleveland. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. C. S. Bates, 
D.D. ; R. L. Ganter, D.D. (pres.); E. W. 
Worthmgton (sec.) ; Messrs. H. O. Bon- 
nell, D. L. King, W. W. Williams. 

Missionary Committee. — Rev. Y. P. Morgan 
(sec), Mr. S. L. Mather (treas.). 

Educational Committee.— Rev. Dr. Bodine; 
Messrs. H. N. Hills, T. R. Head. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. L. Burton, 
D.D.; E. R. Atwill, D.D.; S. A. Bronson, 
D.D., LL.D. 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. J. A. Bolles, 
D.D. ; Y. P. Morgan, W. H. Gallagher, 
A. B. Putnam. 

Trustees of the Diocese. — The Bishop (con- 
vener) ; Messrs. G. T. Chapman, H. C. 
Ramsey, S. L. Mather (treas.), J. S. Reed 
(sec). 

The Clergy House, 377 Superior st., Cleve- 



Trinity Church Home for the Sick and 

Friendless, Euclid ave. and Perry st. — 

Rev. J. A. Bolles, chap. 
Guild of the Holy Cross (for Invalids). — 

Rev. J. A. Bolles, chap.; Mis< Mary F. 

Bolles, 508 Crdar ave., Cleveland, sec. 

and tre^s. 
St. Barnabas' Guild. — Rev. E.W.Worthing- 

ton, chap. 
Girls' Erimdly Society. — MissM, F. Bolles, 

sec, Cleveland, 



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Woman's Auxiliary. — Mrs. V. Bates, sec, 

Cleveland. 
St. Andrew's Brotherhood.— W. G. Mather, 

council member, Cleveland. 
Clergy Widows' and Orphans' Society.— Rev. 

S. A. Bronson, D.D., LL.D., sec. and 

treas. pro tern., Mansfield. 
Theological Seminary of Ohio, Gambier. — 

Bishop of the Diocese, pres. ; Rev. W. B. 

Bodine, D. D., dean. The seminary year 

begins on the first Thursday in October. 

Commencement on the last Thursday in 

June. 
Kenyon College, Gambier. — Rev. W. B. Bo- 
dine, D.T) , pres. 
Kenyon Military Academy, Gambier. — H. 

Hills, regent. 



Harcourt Seminary for Girls, Gambier. — 
Laurence Rust, LL.D., rector. 

Devereux Ball for Girls. — Rev. T. C. 
Rucker, rector, Cuyahoga Falls, 0. 

Statistics for year ending June lo, 1889. — 
Clergy, 64; parishes, 72; missions, 17; 
candidates for orders, 4 ; ordinatious : 
deacons, 3, priests, 2 ; baptisms : infants, 
820, adults, 362; confirmations, 919; com- 
municants, 8,341 ; marriages, 312 ; burials, 
550 ; S. S. teachers, 893 ; S. S. scholars, 
7,455 ; total of contributions, $186,- 
486.56. 

The Seventy-third Annual Convention will 
be held in St. Paul's Church, Mt. Ver- 
non, on Tuesday, May 21, 1890, at 7.30 

P.M. 



Oregon. 

Population (1880), 174,767 ; square miles, 95,274 
The Rt. Rev. Benjamin Wistar Morris, D.D. (1868), Bishop, Portland. 



Adams, St. John's, 6. W. E. Potwine. 

Albany, St. Peter's, 5. I. N. Donaldson. 

Ashland, Mission, 12 F. B. Ticknor. 

Astoria, Grace, 85. W. Seymour Short. 

Baker City, St. Stephen's, 77. J. N. T. Goss. 

Canemah, St. Paul's. I. N. Donaldson. 

Canyon City, St. Thomas', 20. 

Coos Bay, Mission, 37. W. Horsfall. 

Cove, Ascension, 31. W. R. Powell. 

Corvallis, Good Samaritan, 43. 

Dalles, St. Paul's, 38. E. D. Sutcliffe. 

East Portland, St. David's, 185. John W. 
Sellwood. 

Eugene City, St. Mary's, 56. D. E. Lover- 
idge. 

Grant Countv, Missions, 38. J. N. T. Goss. 

La Grande, St. Peter's, 30. W. R. Powell. 

McMinnville, St. James' , 70. 

Milwaukie, St. John's, 2. John W. Sellwood. 

Newport, St. Stephen's. Charles Booth. 

Oakland, St. Clement's, 11. W. Lund. 

Oregon City, St. Paul's, 40. I. N. Donald- 
son. 

Pendleton, Redeemer, 58. W. E. Potwine. 

Portland, St. Matthew's Chapel, 50. B. E. 
Habersham. 

St. Stephen's, 119. 

Trinity, 341. Thos. L. Cole. 

St. Mark's. W. L. MacEwan. 

Roseburg, St. George's, 11. W. Lund. 

Salem, St. Paul's, 70. F. H. Post. 

Toledo, St. John's, 10. C. Booth. 

Union, St. John's, 13. W. R. Powell. 

Upper Astoria, Holy Innocents'. W. S. 
Short. 

Weston, All Saints', 6. W. E. Potwine. 

Yaquina, Mission, 30. C. Booth. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. John W. 
Sellwoodj East-Portland. 

Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. John W. 
Sellwood. 

Treasurer of the Diocese. — Rev. W. L. Mac- 
E*van. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. J. W. Sell- 
wood, W. L. MacEwau; Drs. R. Glisan, S. 
E. Josephi. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. B. E. Habers- 
ham, D. E. Loveridge, E. D. Sutcliffe. 

Diocesan Board of Missions. — The Bishop 
(ex-off), chairman ; Revs. J.W. Sellwood, 
T. L. Cole, W. S. Short, W. L. Mac- 
Ewan, Gen. J. H. Eaton, Dr. S. E. 
Josephi, R. Weeks, Esq. 

Ascension School for Girls, Cove. — Rev. W. 
R. Powell, hend-master. 

Ltighton Academy for Boys, Cove. — Rev. 
W. R. Powell, head-master. 

The Bishop Scott Academy, Portland. — The 
Bishop, rector; Dr. J.W. Hill, head-master. 

St. Helen's Hall, Portland. — A boarding and 
day school for girls. The Bishop, rector ; 
conducted by the Misses Rodney. 

Good Samaritan Hospital, Portland. — Mrs. 
Emma Wakeman, matron; Gen. J. H. 
Eaton, treas. 

Statistics for year ending Sep>t. 10, 1889. — 
Clergy, 19 ; parishes and missions, 3~ 
baptisms: infants, 212, adults, 32; con- 
firmations, 88; communicants, 1,600, 
marriages, 74 ; burials, 98 ; S. S. teachers^ 
115 ; S. S. scholars, 1,200; total of con- 
tributions, $29,759.76. 

The Second Annual Convention will meet 
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Diocese of Pennsylvania. Organized a.d. 1784 

Comprising the counties of Philadelphia, Delaware, Chester, Montgomery, and Bucks. 

Population (1880), 1,151,708 ; square miles, 2,119. 

The Rt. Rev. Ozi William Whitaker, D.D. (1869), Bishop, 1102 Walnut street, Phila- 
delphia. 



Ardmore, St. Mary's, 86. J. Sidney Kent. 

Baia, St. Asaph's. E. S. Watson. 

Bristol, St. James the Greater, 226. W. Leg- 
gett Kolb. 

Centreville, Trinity, 19. 

Chadd's Ford, St. Luke's, 14. 

Cheltenham, St. Paul's, 240. Edward W. 
Appleton, D.D. 

Chester, St: Luke's, 107. George C. Moore. 

St. Paul's, 390. Henry Brown. 

Clifton Heights, St. Stephen's, 50. Daniel 
M. Bates. 

Coatesville, Trinity, 54. G. G. Field. 

Concord, St. John's, 37. 

Conshohoeken, Calvary, 221. A. B. Atkins, 
D.D. 

Downingtown, St. James', 115. H. A. 
Griffith. 

Doylestown, St. Paul's, 88. G. N. Eastman. 

Eddington, Christ, 47. E. J. Humes. 

Fallsington, All Saints' Memorial 
69. W. W. Bronson. 

Great Valley, St. Peter's, 18. H. J. W. Allen. 

Gwvnedd, Messiah, 43. J. Henry Burton. 

Honeybrook, St. Mark's, 19. W. S. Baer. 

Hulmeville, Grace, 62. John A. Jerome. 

Jenkintown, Our Saviour, 167. Robert 
Coles. 

Kennett Square, Advent, 57. Thomas Bur- 
rows. 

Lansdale, Holy Trinity M., 15. J. Henry 
Burton. 

Lansdowne, St. John's, 30. R. F. Innes. 

Lower Merion, Redeemer, 175. James 
Haughton. 

St. John's, 70. C. C. Parker. 

Marcus Hook, St. Martin's, 54. G. C. Bird. 

Media, Christ, 136. De Witt C. Byllesby. 

Morton, Atonement, 65. Samuel Edwardes. 

New London, St. John's, 38. Thomas Bur- 
rows. 

Newtown, St. Luke's, 30. 

Norristown, St. John's, 385. Isaac Gibson. 

Paoli, Good Samaritan, 30. G. L. Bishop. 

Pequea, St. John's, 67. S. K. Boyer. 

Perkiomen, St. James', 26. J. S. Hartzell. 

Philadelphia, Advent, 320. R. B. Shepherd. 

Advocate { Memorial), 254. W. W. Sil- 

— All Saints' (Lower Dublin), 70. R. S. 
Eastman. 



Philadelphia, All Saints' (Moyamensing), 

500. Herman L. Duhring. 
All Souls' Mission to Deaf, 124. H. W. 

Syle. 

Annunciation, 324. N. F. Robinson. 

Ascension, 332. G. Woolsey Hodge. 

Atonement, 343. Benjamin Watson, 

D.D. 

Beloved Disciple, 400. S. H. Boyer. 

Burd Orphan Asylum, 46. G. J. 

Burton, chap. 
Calvary (Germantown), 186. James De 

W. Perry, D.D. 

Calvary, 124. Thomas P. Hutchinson. 

Christ Ch. M. (Franklinville),78. T. J. 

Taylor. 

Christ, 339. Edward A. Foggo, D.D. ; 

Edmund C. Belcher, a. m. 

Christ Ch. Chapel, 220. W. P. Lewis, 

D.D. 

Christ (Germantown), 270. J. Blake 

Falkner, D.D. 

Covenant, 250. J. J. Joyce Moore. 

Crucifixion, 240. Henry L. Phillips. 

Diamohd St., M., 50. T. William 

Davidson. 
Emmanuel (Holmesburg), 147. D. C. 

Millett, D.D. 
Emmanuel (Kensington), 320. N. L. 



Emmanuello (Italian), 156. M. Zara. 

Epiphany, 600. Geo. H. Kinsolving. 

Epiphany Chapel, 56. 

Evangelists' (Moyamensing), 261. H. 

R. Percival ; W. McGarvey, a. m. ; 

W. W. Webb, a.m.; M. L. Cowl, a.m. 

Gloria Dei. Snyder B. Simes ; Isaac 

Martin, a. m. 

Good Samaritan (Paoli), 25. G. Liv> 

ingston Bishop. 

Good Shepherd (Kensingtep^U^. J. 

A. Goodfellow. 

Grace, 400. James S. Stone, D.D. ; 

W. C. French, D.D. , a. m. 

Grace (Mount Airy), 156. S. C. Hill. 

Holy Apostles' , 580. C. D. Cooper, 

D.D.; H. S. Getz, a.m. 

Holy Comforter, 400. Stewart Stone ; 

Edward Ritchie, a.m. 

- Holy Comforts (West), 161. H. F. 

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Philadelphia, Holy Communion C'hp., 50. 

W. F. A\ ei\ 
Holy Innocents' (Tacony), 62. Wm. A. 

White. 
Holy Trinity, 950. W. Neilson Mc- 

Vickar, D.D. ; G. F. Bugbee, a. m. ; 

A. J. P. McClute, a. m. 
Holy Trinity Mem. Chapel, 400. 

George F. Bugbee. 
House of Prayer (Branchiown), 109. 

George Bringhurst. 
Incarnation, 500. Joseph D. Newlin, 

D.D. ; W. H. Burr, a. m.; G. H. 

Yarn all, a. m. 
Mediator, 435. S. E. Appleton, D.D. ; 

C. E. Milnor, a. m. 

Messiah, 270. F. H. Bushnell. 

Messiah (Port Richmond), 160. E. S. 

Widdemer. 
Nativity, 612. Wm. M. Jefferis, D.D. ; 

J. Karcher, a. m. 

Reconciliation Chp., 30. DudleyChase. 

Redeemer, 35. Francis M. Burch. 

Redemption (Fairmount), 225. Thomas 

R. List. 
Resurrection (Nicetown), 258. Joseph 

R. Moore. 
St. Allan's (Roxborough), 82. C. S. 

Lyons. 
St. Andrew's, 650. Wilbur F. Paddock, 

D.D.; E. K. Tullidge, a. m. 

St. Andrew's (West), 369. C.W.Duane. 

— — St. Barnabas' (Haddington), 56. J. G. 

Bawn. 
St. Barnabas' (Kensington), 437. Chas. 

E. Betticher. 
St. Clement's, 1,037. C. Neale Field, 

a.m.; W. H. Longridge, a. m.; D. 

Convers, a. m. 

St. Chrysostom" 1 s, 34. C. S. Daniel. 

St. David's (Manayunk), 285. C. Logan. 

St Elizabeth, 25. W. W. Webb and 

M. L. Cowl. 

St. George's (West), 110. L. W. Batten. 

St. James', 528. W. F. Nichols ; C. J. 

Mason, a.m.; Fred'k D. Lobdell, a.m. 
St James' (Hestonville), 70. W. W. 

Taylor. 
St. James' ( Kingsessing), 243. Charles 

A. Maison, D.D. 
St. James the Less (Falls of Schuyl- 
kill), 201. Robert Ritchie. 
St. John Baptist (Germantown), 263. 

C H. Hibbard ; Joseph Wood, a. m. 
St. John's (Frankford ave.), 160. W. 

M. Harrison. 
St. John's (N. Liberties), 157. George 

A. Latimer. 
St. John the Evangelist (Southwark), 

328. G. D. E. Mortimer. 
St. Jude's (Spring Garden), 349. John 

R. Moses. 



Philadelphia, St. Lake's, 600. Lsverett 

Bi adley ; Martin L. Aigner, a. m. 
St. Luke's (Bustleton), 70. Samuel F. 

Hotchkin. 
St. Luke's (Germantown), 562. Samuel 

Upjohn ; H. B. Gorgas, a. m. 
St. Mark's, 995. I. L. Nicholson, D.D.; 

F. A. Sanborn, a. m. 
St, Mark's (Frankford), 845. F. B. 

Avery; S. Tvveedale, a. m. 
St. Martin's- in ■ the - Fields ( Wis>a- 

hickon Heights). J. Leroy, r. 
St. Mary's (Hamilton), 421. Thomas 

C. Yarnall, D.D. 

5*. Matthew's, 407. John P. Hubbard. 

St. Matthias', 550. Robert A. Edwards ; 

W. Matthias. 
St. Michael's (Germantown), 235. John 

K. Murphy, D.D. ; Wm. Ely, a. m. 
St. Paul's, 116. T. K. Conrad, D.D. ; 

R. H. Barnes, a. m. 
St. Paul's (Ar&mingo), 100. David A. 

Bonner. 
St, Paul's (Chestnut Hill), 241. J. An- 

drews Harris, D.D. 
St. Peter's, 868. Alex. J. Miller, a. m.; 

W. H. Stark, a. m. 
St. Peter' s (Germantown), 434. Theo- 
dore S. Rumney, D.D. ; H. B. Bryan, 

a. m. 

St. Philip's, 350. 

St. Sauveur, 140. Charles F. B. Miel, 

D.D. 
St. Stephen's, 950. S. D. McConnell, 

D.D.; J. L. Miller, a. m.; S. E. Snive- 

ley, a. m. 

St. Stephen's (Bride&buTg), 118. Walter 

Jordan. 
St. Stephen's (Manayunk), 65. C. R. 

Bonnell. 

St. Simon M., 339. Edgar Cope. 

St. Timothy's, 170. Rob. H. Wright, Jr. 

St'. Timothy's (Roxborough), 432. R. 

E. Dennison ; C. N. F. Jeffery, a.m. 
St. Thomas' (African), 75. J. P. Will- 
iams. 
The Saviour (West), 482. Wilbur F. 

Watkins, D.D. 

Transfiguration, 268. Sidney Corbett, 

D.D. 
Trinity (Oxford), 184. Henry Mac- 
beth. 
Trinity (Southwark), 220. Francis M. 

Taitt. 

Trinity (West), 370. R. N. Thomas. 

Zion (S. Penn Township), 180. W. R. 

Carroll. 
Phoenixville, St. Peter's, 160. W. R. Stock- 
ton, D.D. 
Pottstown, Christ, 150. C. L. Cooder. 
Radnor, St David's, 65. Geo. A. Keller. 

Good Shepherd, 113. A. B. Conger. 



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Radnor, St. Martin's, 41. G. H. Hunt. 

Ridley Park, Christ, 103. W. F. C. Morsell. 

Rockdale, Calvary, 71. James Walker. 

Todmorden, Trinity, 15. 

Upper Merion, Christ (Swedes'), 140. A. A 
Marple. 

Upper Providence, St. Paul's Memorial, 43. 
J. Rudderow. 

Warwick, St. Mary's, 23. W. S. Baer. 

Weidon, St. Peter's, 17. A. A. Rickert. 

Westchester, Holy Trinity, 231. J. Bolton. 

West Vincent, St. Andrew's. 

West Whiteland, St. Paul's, 41. H. J. W. 
Allen. 

White marsh, St. Thomas', 110. H. I. Meigs. 

Yardley, St. Andrew's, 49. R. H. G. Os- 
borne, M.D. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. John A. 
Childs, D.D., 1,102 Walnnt si, Phila. 

Assistant Secretary. — J. C. Sellers, West 
Chester. 

Treasurer of the Convention and Episcopal 
Pund.—B. G. Godfrey, 1,102 Walnut st., 
Phila. 

Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. J. W. Robins, 
D.D., 1,821 De Lancey pi, Phila. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. D. R. Goodwin, 
D.D. (pres.), B. Watson, D.D., J. D. 
Newlin, D.D., J. DeW. Perry, D.D. ; 
Messrs. W. W. Frazier, Jr., J. Ashhurst, 
Jr., It. C. McMunrie, W. H. Drayton, J. 
S. Biddle (sec), 1,714 Locust st. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. A. Childs, 
D.D., T. C. Yarnall, D.D., W. M. Jefferis, 
D.D., E. W. Appleton, D.D., J. B.Falkner, 
D.D., W. Ely, T. K. Conrad, D.D., C. A. 
Maison, D.D., A. A. Marple, J. A. Harris, 
D.D. 

Trustees of the Episcopal Fund. — Messrs B. 
G. Godfrey, G. M. Conarroe, G. C. Thomas, 
L. H. Redi.er. 

Trustees of the Christmas Fund. — Messrs. L. 
Coffin, W. W. Frazier, Jr., J. L. Welsh, 
T. H. Moiituomrry. 

Treasurer of the Christmas Fund. — G. H. 
Fisher, 308 Walnut st. 

Trustees of Episcopal Residence. — Messrs. T. 
H. Montgomery, B. G. Godfrey, J. V. Mer- 
rick. 

Secretary of Hospital of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church, of the Trustees of the Dio- 
cese, and of the Trustees and Overseers of 
the Divinity School. — Rev. John A. Child's, 
D.D., 1102 Walnut st, Phila. 

Secretary of the Board of Missions. — Rev. 
C. W. Duane, 34th and Race sts., Phila. 

Treasurer of Hospital of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church. — W. W. Frazier, Jr., 101 S. 
Front st, Phila. 
Treasurer of Corporation for Relief of Wid- 



ows and Children of Deceased Clergymen. 
—J. Somers Smith, 212 S. Front st, Phila. 

Treasurer of the Clergy Daughters' Fund. — 
C. W. Cushman, 224 Walnut st, Phila. 

Academy of the Protestant Episcopal Churchy 
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1787. — Rev. 
J. W. Robins, D.D., head -master. 

Bp. White Parish Library Association, Phila- 
delphia. Organized 1840. — Pres., Miss L. 
L. Simth ; sec, Mrs. G. M. Conarroe, 1,701 
Spruce st.; treas., Mrs. G. C. Morris, 1,600 
Locust st.; librarian, Mrs. Neibon, 325 S. 
12th st. 

Bp. White Prayer- Book Society. — Sec, J. S. 
Biddle, 1,714 Locust st. ; treas., Wm. B. 
Whitney, 137 S. Second st, Phila. 

Boarding Home for Young Women, 915 
Clinton st., Philadelphia. — Miss Coles, 
directress; Mrs. J. M. Bacon, treas., 919 
Clinton st.; Miss M. R. Fisher, sec , 1,332 
Walnut st. 

Burd Orphan Asylum of St. Stephen's 
Church, Philadelphia. Founded 1856. — 
Warden, Rev. G. J. Burton, 4,007 Chest- 
nut st. In admissions to this Institution, 
the orphan daughters of the Clergy are 
preferred before all others. Applications 
for admission should be addressed to the 
Warden. 

Christ Church Hospital for Women, Phila- 
delphia. — Rev. E. Roberts, chap.; C. Will- 
ing, M.D., pres. 

Church Dispensary of Southwark. — Pres., 
H. R. Edmunds ; sec, Rev. T. L. Franklin, 
D.D. ; treas., Rev. H. L. Duhring. 

Church Home for Children, Angora, Phila- 
delphia. — Mrs. John Harrison, treas., 1,520 
Locust st. 

Churchman's Missionary Association for 
Seamen of the Port of Philadelphia. — The 
Bishop, pres. {ex-ojf.) ; W. Brobson, sec, 
425 Market st. ; F. A. Lewis, treas., 136 
S. 3d st. ; Rev. F. M. Burch, miss., 406 
Queen st. 

Deaf-mute Mission. — Chairman of Commit- 
tee, Rev. J. Andrews Harris, D.D. ; mis- 
sionary, Rev. H. W. Syle, 2,142 Mt. Ver- 
non st. 

Divinity School of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church, West-Phila. — Opens the third 
Thursday of September, and closes the 
Thursday after the first Tuesday in June. 
President of Board of Trustees, Rt. Rev. 
O. W. Whitaker, D.D. ; President of 
Board of Orerseers, Rt. Rev. M. A. De 
Wolfe Raw**, D.D. ; sec, Rev. J. A. 
Ch Ids, 1 102 Walnuts*.; d*ao, Rev. E. 
T. Bartlett, D.D., 50th s\ and Woodland 
ave. 

Educational Home, Greenway ave. and 4:9th 
st. -Pres., W. H. Merrick; treas., G. T. 
Roberts, 265 S. 4th st. 



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Episcopal Female Tract Society. Organized 

1822. — Sec, Miss E. E. Wright, 4,404 

Frankford av., Frankford ; treas., Mrs. E. 

Lathrop, 122 S. 18th st. ; depository, 

Vestry Room, St. Andrew's Church, 

Phila. 
Evangelical Education Society. — Treas., W. 

C. Houston, 1,224 Chestnut st. 
Female Prayer- Book Society, Philadelphia. 

Organized 1834. — Librarian, Mrs. J. S. 

Newbold, 279 S. Fourth st. ; treas., Mrs. 

Kennard, 315 S. Sixteenth st. 
Hospital of the Protestant Episcopal Church 

in Philadelphia, Lehigh av., cor. of JV. 

Front st. — Pres., the Bishop ; sec., Rev. 

John A. Childs, D.D., 1,102 Walnut st. ; 

treas., W. W. Frazier, Jr., 101 S. Front st. ; 

supt., Samuel R. Knight, M.D. ; chap., Rev. 

H. A. F. Hoyt. Capacity, 250 patients. 
Hospital of the Good Shepherd for Children, 

Radnor. — Visitor, the Bishop; warden 

and chap., Rev. A. B. Conger. 
Lincoln Institution, 308 S. Eleventh st., 

Philadelphia. — Sec. Board of Managers, 

Mrs. T. R. Tunis, 324 S. 11th st. ; treas., 

Mrs. Manning Kennard, 315 S. 16th st. 
Philadelphia Protestant Episcopal City Mis- 



sion. — The Bishop, pres : Wm. Runk, 
treas., 1.124 Chestnut st., Phila. 

P. E. Sunday -School Association. — The 
Bishop, pres. ; Rev. H. L. Duhring, cor. 
sec, 740 S. Twelfth st.; W. A. Farr, treas., 
1,126 Chestnut st., Phila. 

Sheltering Arms, Philadelphia. — T h e B i shop, 
pres.; Rev. A. J. Miller, sec; O. Crease, 
treas., 1,012 Chestnut st. 

Society for the Advancement of Christianity 
in Pennsylvania. — l'r^s., The Bishop 
(ex-off.), Rev. J. K. Murphy, D.D., cor. 
sec, 4 Hiijh st., Germantown ; G. W. 
Hunter, treas., 219 S. Third st. 

Statistics for year ending May 10, 1889. — 
Clergy, 215; parishes, 123; chapels, etc, 
39; candidates for orders, 20; ordina- 
tions : deacons, 7, priests, 4 ; baptisms, 
4,426 ; confirmations, 2,392 ; communi- 
cants, 34,342 ; marriages, 868 ; burials, 
2,318; S. S. teachers, 3,252; S. S. scho- 
lars, 40,154; total of contributions, $1,- 
047,997.33. 

The One Hundred and Sixth Convention 
will be held in St. Luke's, Philadelphia, 
on Tuesday, Mav 6, 1890. 



Diocese of Pittsburgh. Organized a.d. 1865. 



Comprising all that portion of the State of Pennsylvania lying west of the eastern line of 
the counties of McKean, Cameron, Clearfield, Cambria, and Somerset. 

Population (1880), 1,331,028 ; square miles, 18,600. 

The Rt. Rev. Cortlandt Whitehead, D.D. (1882), Bishop, Shady Side, Pittsburgh. 

Allegheny City, Christ, 164. Robert Meech. 

Emmanuel, 159. Marison Byllesby. 

Troy Hill M. J. R. Wightm*n. 

Ashcroft, Good, Shepherd. W. J. C. Agnew. 
Beaver Falls, St. Mary's, 128. H. Q. Miller. 
Bellevu**, Trinity, 28. G. A. M. Dyess. 
Blairsville, St. Peter'. s, 25. B. S. Lassiter. 
Braddock, All Saints', 17. I. N. W. Irvine, 

D.D. 
Bradford, Ascension, 220. Samuel D. Day. 
Brookville, Trinity, 30. C. M. Kimball. * 
Brownsville, Christ, 122. H. B. Ensworth. 
Butler, St. Peter's, 120. John London. 
Chartiers, St. Luke's, 25. N. N. Badger. 
Clarendon, All Saints' , 17. Joseph Moran. 
Clearfield, St. Andrew's, 54. J. O. Ferris. 
Conneautville, Trinity, 25. W. B. Thorn. 
Connellsville, Trinity, 50. 
Corry, Emmanuel, 110. J. P. Hawkes. 
Crafton, Nativity, 26. N. N, Badger. 



Decatur, St.. Saviour's, 8. W. J. C. Agnew. 
Driftwood, St. Chrysostom's M, 11. J. 

Cooper. 
Du Bois, Our Saviour, 57. J. G. Mulhol- 

iand. 
Dunbar, St. John's, 10. J. L. Taylor. 
Eldred, St. Matthew's, 10. C. L. Bates. 
Emporium, Emmanuel, 70. C. L. Bates. 
Erie, St. John's, 65. Andrew Fleming, Jr. 

St. Paul's, 380. J. G. Huske. 

Cross and Crown, 78. Wdliam Price. 

Fitirmount, Redeemer, 14. Joseph Barber. 
Fairview, St. Paul's, 30. Hugh Q. Miller. 
Foxburg, Our Father, 77. E. A. Anijell. 
Franklin, St. John's, 91. H. L. Yewens. 
Freeport, Trinity, 19. J. DeQ. Donehoo. 
Georgetown, St. Luke's,¥Z. T. J. Danuer. 
Greensburg, Christ, 85. G. B. Van Waters. 
Greenville, St. Clement's, 2S. 
Hazelwood, Good Shepherd. A. D. Heffern. 



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Homestead, St, Matthew's, 54. J. P. Nor- 
man, M.D. 

Houtzdale, Holy Trinity, 65. W. J. C. Ag- 
new. 

Indiana, Christ, 12. B. S. Lassiter. 

Irwin, /St. George's. I. IS". W. Irvine, D.D. 

Johnstown, St. Mark's, 239. J. E. Bold. 

Kittanning, St. PauV s, 314. J. H. La 
Roche. 

Mansfield, Atonement, 25. N. M. Badger. 

McKeesport, St. Stephen's, 255. J. Graham. 

Meadville, Christ, 329. Rogers Israel. 

Menallen, Grace, 10. R. S. Smith. 

Mercer, Grace, 25. John London. 

Meyersdale, Trinity, 27. 

Miles Grove, Grace, 42. W. B. Thorn. 

Monongahela, St. Paul's, 86. J. P. Norman, 
M.D. 

New Brighton, Christ, 71. T. J. Danner. 

New Castle, Trinity, 115. J. D. Herron. 

New Haven, Trinity, 58. J. L. Taylor. 

North East, Holy Cross, 54. Andrew Flem- 
ing. 

Ohio Township, St. Paul's, 48. 

Oil City, Christ, 260. J. H. B. Brooks. 

Pardoe, St. David's, 33. John London. 

Peale, St. Alban's. J. 0. Ferris 

Petrolia, St. Peter's, 23. John London. 

Pittsburgh, Ascension. R. W. Grange. 

Calvary (East End), 750. George 

Hodges, Wm. Heakes, a. m./ L. Mc- 
Clure, a.m. 

Church Home, 12. 

Good Shepherd, 149. 

Grace (South Side), 70. R. J. Coster. 

St. Andrew's, 312. J. C. White, D.D. 

St. Cyprian' s, 50. 

St. James' 9 190. Wm. Thompson. 

St. John's, 180. W. N. Webbe. 

St. Luke's, 95. Daniel Duroe. 

St. Mark's (South Side), 172. J. G. 

Cameron. 

St. Paul's, 73. Thos. Crumpton. D.D. 

St. Peter's, 394. William R. Mackay. 

St. Philip's. 

Trinity, 535. Samuel Maxwell. 

Port Allegany, St. Joseph's M., 27. C. L. 

Bates. 
Punxsutawney, Christ. C. A. Bragdon. 
Red Bank, St. Mary's, 41. S. Dimmick. 
Reynoldsville, Holy Spirit, 17. 
Ridgway, Grace, 35. W. T. Schepeler. 
Rochester, Trinity, 69. T. J. Danner. 
Sewickley, St. Stephen's, 79. R. A. Benton. 
Sharon, St. John's, 100. Geo. W. Williams. 
Smethport, St. Luke's, 128. J. H. McCand- 

less. 
Smicksburg, St. Thomas', 13. S. Dimmick. 
Sugar Hill, Intercessor, 20. 
Tarentum, tit. Barnabas', 35. J. DeQ. 

Donehoo. 
Tidioute, Christ, 24. Joseph Moran. 



Titusville, St. James' (Memorial), 184. H. 

Purdon, D.D. 
Townville, Calvary, 30. C. L. Ogilby. 
Union Cify, St. Matthew's. C. L. Ogilby. 
Uniontown, St. Peter's, 143. R. S. Smith. 
Vallonia, St. Andrew's. R. Ireland. 
Verona, St. Thomas', 159. George Rogers. 
Warren, Trinity (Memorial), 150. A. W. 

Ryan. 
Washington, Trinity, 120. F. C. Cowper. 
Waterford, St. Peter's, 26. W. B. Thorn. 
Wayne, St. Michael's, 56. S. Dimmick. 
West Brownsville, St. John's, 12. H. B. 

Ensworth. 
Wilkinsburg, St. Stephen's. William Heakes. 
Youngsville, St. Saviour's, 31. Joseph 

Moran. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. Andre v 
Fleming, North East. 

Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. W. Heakes, 
Wilkinsburg. 

Treasurer of Convention. — H. J. Lynch, 437 
Market si, Pittsburgh. 

Treasurer of the Episcopal Fund. — H. L. 
Mason, 427 Wood st., Pittsburgh. 

Treasurer of the Christmas Fund. — C. I. 
Wade, cor. 6th av. and Wood bt., Pitts- 
burgh. 

Treasurer of the Board of Missions, — H. L. 
Foster, Oil City. 

Chancellor of the Diocese. — Hill Burgwin, 
Pittsburgh. 

General Missionary. — C. A. Bragdon, Craf- 
ton. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. T. Crumpton, 
D.D. (pres.), R. J. Coster (sec), M. Bylles- 
by, S. Maxwell ; Messrs. H. Burgwin, J. 
W. Paul, F. R. Brunot, E. M. Fergu- 
son. 

Examining Chaplains. — For Northern Con- 
vocation : Revs. H. Purdon, D.D., J. H. B. 
Brooks, A. W. Ryan ; for Southern 
Convocation: Revs. T.J. Danner, George 
Rogers, E. C. Cooper. 

Longview School for Girls, Brookville, Pa. 
— Rector, the Bishop; prin., Rev. John 
G. Mulholland, LL.D. 

Trinity Hall School for Boys, Washington, 
Pa.—R^v. Pedro S. Mesny, rector. 

Bishop Bowman Institute, Pittsburgh.— The 
Bishop, pres. ex-ojfieio ; Rev. R. J. Coster, 
rector. 

Church Home, Pittsburgh. — Rev. L. McLure, 
chap.; Mrs. Frank Bissell, pres. board of 
managers ; Mrs. A. D. Johnson, sec; Mrs. 
Mary A. Childs, treas. 

Ladies' Prayer- Book Society, Pittsburgh. — 
Mrs. J. S. McMillin, pres.; Miss Pen- 
nock, sec. ; Miss C. Kerfoot, treas. 



QUINCY. 



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Statistics for year ending June 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 68 ; parishes, 60 ; missions, 47 ; 



teachers, 777 ; S. S. scholars, 7,803 ; total 
of contributions, $192,517.55. 



candidates for orders, 12 ; ordinations : The Twenty-fifth Annual Convention will 
deacons, 4, priests, 2; baptisms, 1,185; be held in St. Peter's Church, Pitts- 
confirmations, 1,025; communicants, burgh, on Wednesday, June 4, 1890, at 9 
8,814; marriages, 2L8; burials, 408; S. S. a.m. 



Diocese of Quincy. Organized a.d. 1877. 



all that portion of the State of Illinois lying west of the Illinois River and 
La Salle County, and south of the counties of Whiteside and Lee. 

Population (1880), 531,044 ; square miles, 13,700. 

The Rt. Rev. Alexander Buegess, S.T.D. (1878), Bishop, Peoria, III. 



Aledo, Grace, 19. H. K. Brouse, M.D. 

Bowling, Grace, 10. Wm. Westover. 

Bradford, St. James 7 , 30 J. B. Trevett. 

Brimfield, Zion, 16. J. R. Hoist. 

Bushnell, St. Thomas', 9. 

Cambridge, St. Matthew's, 6. 

Carthage, St. Cyprian, 27. Wm. Bardens. 

Chillicothe, St John's, 16. J. S. Chamber- 
lain. 

Farmington, Calvary, 22. J. R. Hoist. 

Galesburg, Grace, 118. John Wilkinson. 

Galva, Holy Communion, 24. H. K. Brouse, 
M.D. 

Geneseo, Trinity, 36. 

Griggs ville, St. James', 44. Z. T. Savage. 

Henry, St. John's, 27. 

Kewanee, St. John's, 51. H. C. E. Costelle. 

Knoxville, St. John's, 66. C. W. Leffing- 
well ; Edward H. Rudd. 

Lewiston, St. James', 45. J. M. D. Davidson. 

Limestone, Christ, 20. John Benson. 

Macomb, St. George's, 31. Wm. F. Mayo. 

Mendon, Zion, 24. J. M. D. Davidson. 

Monmouth, Trinity, 33. V. H. Webb. 

Mt. Sterling, St. Mark's, 15. Cathedral 
Clergy. 

Osco, Grace, 51. 

Peoria, St. Paul's, 185. J. Jeffords. 

St. John's, 29. Robert Ritchie. 

Pittsfield, St. Stephen's, 34. Z. T. Savage. 

Pre-emption, St. John's, 42. Wm. West- 
over. 

Princeton, Redeemer, 11. R. T. Jefferson. 
. Princeville, Zion, 15. J. S. Chamberlaiu. 

Providence, Zion, 12. 

Quincy, St. John's Cathedral, 304. The 
" Bishop ; C. C. Leman. 

Good Shepherd, 130. G. H. Yarna 1. 

Robin's Nest, Christ, 80. J. B. Trevett. 

Rock Island, Trinity, 175. R. F. Sweet. 

Rosetta, All Saints', 4. 



Rush ville, Christ, 16. 
Stone's Prairie, Mission, 3. P. B. Lyon. 
Tiskilwa, St. Jude's, 31. R. B. Whipple. 
Wady Petra, Mission, 10. J. R. Hoist. 
Warsaw, St. Paul's, 92. William Bardens. 
Wyoming, St. Luke's, 27. John R. Hoist. 



Secretary and Registrar. — Rev. E. H. Rudd, 

Knoxville. 
Treasurer of Convention. — T. B. Martin, 

Galesburg. 
Chancellor. — J. W. Marsh, Warsaw. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. C. W. Leffing- 

well, D.D. (pres.), J. Wilkinson' (sec), R. 

F. Sweet; Messrs. C. E. Chandler, S. W. 

Grubb, H. A. Williamson. 
Board of Missions. — The Bishop and Rural 

Deans {ex-off.); Revs. V. H. Webb (sec), 

C. C. Leman, G. H. Yarnall; Messrs. T. 

B. Martin (treas.), E. E. Hair, W. H. Boni- 
face. 
Rural Deans. — Quincy, Rev. W. Bardens ; 

Galesburg, Rev. John Wilkinson; Peoria, 

Rev. John Benson ; Rock Island, Rev. R. 
' F. Sweet. 
Examining Chaplains. — Revs. C. W. Leffing- 

well, D.i)., E. H. Rudd. 
St. Mary's Provincial School, Knoxville. — 

Rector, Rev. E. W. Leffingwell, D.D. 
Statistics for year ending May 15, 1889. — 

Clergy, 28 ; parishes, 26 ; missions, 16 ; 

candidates for orders, 5; ordination: 

priest, 1 ; baptisms : infants, 104, adults, 

34; confirmations, 149; communicants, 

2,086; marriages, 28 ; burials, 47; S. S. 

teachers, 133; S. S. scholars, 1,244; total 

of contributions, $31,787.69 
The Thirteenth Annual Convention will be 

held in St. Paul's, Warsaw, May 20th, 

1890. 



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Diocese of Rhode Island. Organized a.d. 1790. 

Population (1880), 276,530 ; square miles, 1,306. 
The Rt. Rev. Thomas March Clark, D.D., LL.D. (1854), Bishop, Providence. 



Ashton, St. John's C?iapel,7Q. R. Murray, Jr. 
Apponaug, St. Barnabas', 42. Percy Barnes. 
Auburn, Ascension, 10. 
Barrington, St. John's, 94. W. M. Chapin. 
Bristol, St. Michael's, 430. Geo. L. Locke. 

Trinity, 217. W. R. Trotter. 

Central Falls, St. George's, 125. W. W. Sever. 
Cranston, St. Bartlwlomew' s, 32. Hamilton 

M. Bartlett. 
Crompton, St. Philip's, 96. S. C. M. Orpen. 
East Greenwich, St. Luke's, 174. Daniel 

Goodwin. 
Greenville, St. Thomas', 68. 
Jamestown, St. Matthew' s, 44. W. S. Child, 

S.T.D. 
Lonsdale, Christ, 234. L. Walter Lott. 
Manton, 'St. Peter's, 68. T. H. Cocroft. 
Manville, Emmanuel, 63. James P. Ware. 
Mirldletown, Berkeley Chp., 24. John B. 

Diman. 
Narragansett Pier, St. Peter's, 65. W. N. 

Ackley. 
Newport, All Saints' Chapel. 

Emmanuel, 281. R. B. Peet. 

St. John's, 170. S. W. Moran. 

Trinity, 529. Geo. J. Magill. 

St. George's, 106. C. G. Gilliat. 

Pawtucket, Good Shepherd, 123. Benjamin 

Eastwood. 
St. Paul's, 354. Emery H. Porter. 

Trinity, 170. William P. Tucker. 

Pawtuxet, Trinity Chp., 38. H. M. Bartlett. 
Phenix, St. Andrew's 58. S. C. M. Orpen. 
Pontiac, All Saints' Chapel, 82. 
Portsmouth, St. Mary's, 82. G. Herbert 

Patterson . 

St. Paul's, 77. J. S. Pearce. 

Providence, All Saints' Memorial, 395. 

Daniel Henshaw, S.T.D.; Percy 

Barnes, a. m. 

Christ, 240. Samuel H. Webb. 

Epiphany, 211. Henry Bassett 

Grace, 1.184. C. H. Babcock, D.D.; 

H. M. Bartlett, a. m. 

Messiah, 320. T. H. Cocroft. 

Redeemer, 250. Frederick J. Bassett. 

St. Paul's, 138. Samuel Snelling. 

St. James', 181. J. W. Atwood. 

St. John's, 400. C. A. L. Richards, D.D. 

St. Mary's (East), 72. Geo. R. Spink. 

St. Stephen's, 538. Geo. McC. Fiske ; 

Evelyn P. Bartow, a. m. ; W. F. B. 

Jackson, a. m. 



Providence, St. Thomas', 38. Frank Apple- 
ton, a. m. 

The Saviour, 146. 

Riverside, St. Mark's, 78. Otis 0. Wright. 
Valley Falls, St. Philip's, 41. W. W. Sever. 
Wakefield, Ascension, 79. M. McLaughlin. 
Warren, St. Mark's, 222. A. E. Carpenter. 
Warwick, St. Mary's Chp. The Bishop. 
Westerly, Christ, 233. W. M. Groton ; S. G. 

Babcock, a. m. 
Wickford, St. Paul's, 123. A. J. Thompson. 
Woon socket, St. James', 322. Wm. S. 

Chase 



Secretary and Registrar of Convention. — 
Rev. S. H. Webb, Providence. 

Treasurer of Convention. — J. W. Angell, 
Providence. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. D. Henshaw, 
S.T.D., C. A. L. Richards, D.D., G. J. 
Magill D. Goodwin ; Messrs. W. W. Blod- 
gett, T. P. I. Goddard, C. M. Smith, J. N. 
Brown. 

Trustees of the Episcopal Fund.— Messrs. 
W. Goddard, J. B. Anthony, C. M. 
Smith. 

Board of Missions. — The Bishop, chairman 
(ex-qf.) ; R. Gardner, treas., P. O. Box 
653,'Providence. 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. E. H. Porter, D. 
G. Rice, D. Goodwin; Mr. W. W. Blod- 
gett, legal adviser. 

Berkeley School, Providence. — Visitor, the 
Bi>hop; rector. Rev. G. H. Patterson. 

Board for Relief of Widows and Orphans, 
etc.— The Bishop, chairman (ex-off.) ; 
Messrs. M. B. I. Goddard, C. T. Dorrance 
(treas., Box 812, Providence), J. P. Camp- 
bell. 

Statistics for year ending June 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 51; parishes, 48; missions, 3 \ 
candidates for orders, 9 ; ordinations : dea- 
cons, 2, priests, 1 ; baptisms : infants, 833, 
adults, 227 ; confirmations, 566 ; com- 
municants, 9,102; marriages, 361 ; burials, 
728 ; S. S. teachers, 938 ; S. S. scholars, 
7,672; total of contributions, $215,856.75. 

The One hundredth Annual Convention will 
be held in St. John's Church, Provi- 
dence, June 10th, 1890, at 10 o'clock 

A.M. 



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Dioeese of South-Carolina. Organized a.d. 1785. 

Population (1880), 995,622 ; square miles, 29,385. 
The Rt. Rev. William Bell White Howe, D.D. (1871), Bishop, Charleston. 



Abbeville, Trinity, 54. W. H. Hanckel. 
Aiken, St. Thaddeus', 139. E. C. Edger- 

ton. 
Allendale, Mission, 19. E. E. Bellinger. 
Anderson, Grace, 29. T. F. Gadsden. 
Barnwell, Holy Apostles, 28. 
Beaufort, St Helena's, 121. P. D. Hay. 
Berkeley, St. John's, 45. H. H. Phelps. 
Black Oak, Trinity, 34. 
Camden, Grace, 151. J. M. Stoney. 
Charleston, Calvary, 150. J. V. Welch. 

Christ, 31. 

Grace, 312. Chas. C. Pinckney, D.D. 

Holy Communion, 191. A. Toomer 

Porter, D.D.; T. A. Porter, a. m. 

St. Andrew's, 71. J. H. M. Pollard, r ; 

E. N. Hollings, asst. 

St: John's Chapel (Hampstead), 121. 

R. Wilson, D.D. 

■ St. Luke's, 189. R. Wilson, D.D. 

St. Marie's, 304. J. H. M. Pollard, r. 

-St. Michael's, 200. Richard S. Trapler. 

St. Paul's (Radcliffeboro'), 320. Will- 
iam H. Campbell. 

St. Philip's, 363. John Johnson. 

Cheraw, St. David's, 65. 

Chester, St. Mark's, 26. J. G. Glass. 

Christ Church Parish, Christ, 50. J. M. 
Green. 

Clarendon, St. Mark's, 23. ) T/ , ^r Ma \ xnm 

Colored Mission, 20. \ John Kershaw « 

Columbia, St. Luke's, 38. E. N. Joyner. 

Trinity, 231. E. Capers, D.D. 

Good 'Shepherd, 109. A. R. Mitchell. 

Associate Mission, 65. 

Edgefield, Trinity, 54. A. E. Cornish. 

Edisto Island, Trinity, 37. W. O. Prentiss. 

Fairfield, St. John's, 30. J. G. Glass. 

Florence, St. John's, 78. W. A. Guerry. 

Gaffney, Lncar nation, 14. J. D. McCollough. 

Georgetown, Prince George's (Winyah), 
100. Stewart McQueen. 

Glenn Springs, Calvary, 22. John D. Mc- 
Collough. 

Graham ville, Holy Trinity, 36. B. B. Sams. 

Graniteville, St. Paul's, 23. A E. Cornish. 

Greenville, Christ, 186. B. Holley. 

Hampton Co., All Saints', 45. E. E. Bellinger. 

St. Peter's M., 14. B. B. Sams. 

Hardeeville, St. Peter's, 14. B. B. Sams. 

John's Island, St. John's, 40. J. M. Green. 

Kaolin, St. Georges M., 22. A. E. Cornish ; 
J. S. Quarles, a. m. 



Lancaster, Christ, 15. 
Laurens, Epiphany, 9. E. C. Logan. 
Mar's Bluff, Christ, 34. W. A. Gaerry. 
Newberry, St. Luke's, 22. W. H. Hanckel. 
North San tee, Messiah, 16. 
Ochede, Mission, 12. B. B. Sams. 
Orangeburg, Redeemer, 53. 
Pee Dee, Prince Frederick, QQ. B. Allston. 
Pendleton, St. Paul's, 26. T. F. Gadsden. 
Pineville, Redeemer, 55. J. V. Welch. 
Port Royal, Mission, 12. B. B. Sams. 
Richland, St. John's, 32. ) j H Ti iii nghast .. 

1 Zjion, All. ) 

Ridge Springs, Grace, 21. A. E. Cornish. 
Ridgeway, St. Stephen's, 24. J. G. Glass. 
Rock Hill, Our Saviour, 23. 
Santee, St. James', 16. 

Seneca, Ascension Chp., 12. T. F. Gadsden. 
Society Hill, Trinity, 18. 
Spartanburg, Advent, 93. Theo. D. Bratton. 
Stateburg, Claremont, 70. John Kershaw. 
St. Luke's Parish, Church of the Cross, 21. 

B. B. Sam*. 
St. Matthew's Parish, 26. 
St. Stephen's Parish, £<£. Stephen's,^. H. 

H. Phelps. 
St. TJwmas' and St Dennis' Parishes, 13. 

E. T. Walker. 
Summerville, St Paul's, 135. B. H. Wha- 

ley. 

Epiphany, 20. J. H. M. Pollard. 

Sumter, Holy Comforter, 7 '4. John Kershaw. 
Trenton, Our Saviour, 15. A. E. Cornish. 
Union, Nativity, 58. McN. Du Bose. 
Upper St. John's, Epiphany, 53. 
Waccamaw, All Saints', 36. G. T. Wilmer, 

D.D. 
Wadmalaw, Mission, 15. W. O. Prentiss. 
Walterboro', St Jude's, 75. E. E. Bellinger. 
Wate'-ee, Mission, 23. E. N. Joyner. 
Welford, Mission, 28. E. C. Logan. 
Wellington, St Stephen's, 21. W. H. 

Hanckel. 
Wilton, Christ, 20. W. O. Prentiss. 
Winnsboro', St John's, 33. J. G. Glass. 
Winya'i, Prince George, 103. S. McQueen. 
Yorkville, Good Shepherd, 42. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. J. D, McCol- 
lough, Spartanburg. Assistant, Rev. J. 
G. Glass. 



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Treasurer. — F. A. Mitchell, Charleston. 

Registrar. — J.J. Pringle Smith, Charleston. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. C. C. Pinckney, 
D.D. (pres.); J. Johnson, R. Wilson, D.D.; 
A. T. Porter, D.D., J. Kershaw; ^Messrs. 
H. P. Archer, H. W. Frost, J. Gadsden, 
A. M. Lee, F. A. Mitchell. 

Treasurer of Bishop's Fund. — Evan Ed- 
wards, Charleston. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. C. C. Pinck- 
ney, D.I)., J. Johnson, A. T. Porter, D.D. ; 
E. E. Bellinger, in Hebrew. 

Diocesan Board of Missions. — The Bishop, 
pres. (ex-off.) ; Rev. E. Capers, sec. ; Mr. 
C. J. Iredell, treas., Charleston. 

Church Burial Association. — The Bishop, 
pres. {ex-off.) ; Rev. R. Wilson, D.D., 
chairman, executive com. 

Church Home, Laurens st., Charleston. — Rev. 
R. Wilson, D. Director. 

Society for the Advancement of Christianity 
in South- Carolina. Incorporated 1810. — 
The Bishop (ex-off.), pres. ; H. P. Archer, 
cor. sec. ; Evan Edwards, treas. 

Episcopal Female Bible, Prayer- Book, and 
Tract Society, Charleston. — Mrs. C. C. 
Pinckney, directress ; Mrs. M. E. Toomer, 
sec. and treas. ; Mrs. Dr. Fitch, librarian. 



St. Philip's Church Home, Charleston. — Rev. 
J. Johnson, rector. 

Caroline Wilkinson Home for Ladies. — Rev. 
A. T. Porter, D.D., rector. 

St. Mark's Association (colored). — Rev. A. T. 
Porter, D.D., pres. 

House of Rest for Convalescents, etc., Charles- 
ton. — Rev. A. T. Porter, D.D., chaplain. 

Society for Belief of Widows and Orphans 
of the Clergy, with Fund for Disabled 
Clergymen. — E. H. Frost, pres. ; H. E. 
Young, treas., Charleston. 

The Porter Academy, Charleston. (Founded 
1867.)— Rev. A. Toomer Porter, D.D., 
rector ; Miss S. S. Seabrook, matron ; The 
Bishop (ex-off.), chairman Board of Trus- 
tees. 

Statistics for year ending May 2, 1889. — 
Clergy, 46 ; parishes, 59 ; missions, 18 ; 
candidates for orders, 5 ; ordinations : 
deacons, 2, priests, 2 ; baptisms : infants, 
382, adults, 43 ; confirmations, 264 ; com- 
municants, 4,431; marriages, 102; burials, 
236 ; S. S. teachers, 342 ; S. S. scholars, 
2,510 ; total of contributions, $74,015.13. 

The One hundredth Annual Convention will 
be held in St. Philip's Church, Charleston, 
on May 7, 1890. 



Diocese of Southern Ohio. Organized a.d. 1875. 

Comprising that portion of the State of Ohio lying south of the southern Une of the 
counties of Mercer, Shelby, Logan, Union, Marion, Morrow, Knox, Coshocton, Tus- 
carawas, ^Harrison, and Jefferson. 

Population (1880), 1,669,892; square miles, 18,535. 

Rt.Rev. Boyd Vincent, D.D., Bishop, Episcopal Rooms, 12 College Building, Cincinnati. 



Bellaire, Trinity M., 44. 
Berkshire, Grace, 38. 
Cambridge, St. John's M., 18. 
Chillicothe, St. Paul's, 120. C. L. Fischer. 
Cincinnati, Advent( Walnut Hill*), 342. Peter 

Tinsley, D.D. ; David W. Cox, a.m. 
Atonement (Riverside), 77. C. D. 

Williams. 

Calvary (Clifton), 135. D. F. Forrest, 

D.D. 

Christ, 350. Robert A. Gibson. 

Emmanuel, 40. Edward Bradley. 

Epiphany (Walnut Hills), 109. Henry 

Grace (Avondale), 154. A. F. Blake. 

Grace (College Hill), 71. John H. Ely. 

Holy Trinity M. (Madisonville), 57. 

P. Tinsley; D. W. Cox, a. m. 



Cincinnati, Nativity Chapel (Price's Hill), 60. 

Our Saviour (Mt. Auburn), 235. Dud- 

ley W. Rhodes. 

Redeemer M, 56. 

St. Luke's, 251. Lewis Brown. 

St. Mark's M. (Oakley), 26. Peter 

Tinsley ; D. W. Cox, a. m. 

St. Paul's, 511. Samuel Benedict, D.D. 

St Philip's (Cumminsville), 134. Thos. 

J. Melish. 

Trinity, 32. Geo. E. Benedict. 

Circleville, St. Philip's, 105. G. C. Sutton. 

Clinton, Christ, 12. 

Columbus, Good Shepherd, 212. Frederick 

O. Grannis. 
St. Paul's, 232. George W. Lincoln. 

Trinity, 309. R. E. Jones. 

Dayton, Christ, 474. 



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Dayton, Christ, 474 I Pet er Macfarlane. 

St. Andrew s, 92. ) 

Delaware, St. Peter's, 151. William Bower. 

Dresden, Zion, 35. 

Fern Bank, Resurrection, 72. C. B. Wil- 
mer. 

Galena, Our Saviour, 30. 

Gallipolis, St. Peter's, 68. John Moncure. 

Glendale, Christ, 83. David Pise, D.D. 

Granville, St. Luke's, 13. 

Greenville, St Paul's, 68. J. W. Sykes. 

Hamilton, Trinity M, 52. C. T. A. Pise. 

Hartwell, Holy Trinity, 128. Johnfl. Ely. 

Hiilsboro', St Mary's, 61. 

Ironton, Christ, 61. 

Lancaster, St John's, 77. 

Lebanon, Grace M., 28. John Haight. 

Logan, Grace M., 15. 

London, Trinity M, 23. 

Madison, St Matthew's, 21. 

Marietta, St Luke's, 92. John Boyd, D.D. 

Martin's Ferry, St PauV s M. y 26. W. S. 
Campbell. 

McArthur, Trinity M, 28. John Moncure. 

Middletown, Ascension, 37. Edward Brad- 
ley. 

Montauk (Milford), St Thomas', 65. 

Newark, Trinity, 223. Henry C. Johnson. 

Oakley, St. Mark's, 26. Peter Tinsley, D.D. 

Piqua, St James', 156. A. Ramsey. 

Pomeroy, Grace, 55. J. F. Ohl, D.D. 

Portsmouth, All Saints', 247. H. L. Badger. 

Christ, 166. W. W. Mix. 

Springfield, Christ, 175. W. W. Steel. 

Heavenly Best, 75. C. M. Young. 

Troy, Trinity, 38. Frank P. Lutz. 

Urbana, Epiphany, 46. J. F. Mallet. 

Washington C. H., Trinity M., 10. 



Waynes ville, St Mary's M., 5. 

Winton Place, St. Stephen's, 51. Charles 

S. Walkley. 
Worthington, St John's. 67. C. E. Butler. 
Xenia, Christ, 71. C. A. Quirtll, M.D. 
Zanesville, St James', 328. 



Secretary of the Convention.. — T.J. Melisb. 
Cincinnati. Assistant, Rev. F. 0. Gran- 
nis, Columbus ; Rev. C. E. Bu r ler, Wor- 
thington. 

Treasurer of the Diocese. — A. N. Whiting, 
Columbus. 

Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. E. L. Norton, 
Cincinnati. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. P. Tinsley, 
D.D.; D. Pise, D.D.; A. F. Blake: Messrs. 
C. Richards, F. J. Jones, A. H. McGuffey. 

Trustees of the Diocese. — Messrs. J. D. Van 
Deman, R. King, L. Anderson, J. W. 
Andrews, LL.D., M. M. Granger, LL.D. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. D. Pise, D.D.; 
J. F. Ohl, D.D.; D. W. Rhodes. 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Revs. W. Bower, T. 
J. Melish, J. F. Ohl, D.D.; D. W. Rhodes. 

Statistics for year ending May 15, 1889. — 
Clergy, 43 ; parishes, 47; missions, 20; 
candidates for, orders, 5 ; ordinations : 
deacons, 2, priests, 3 ; baptisms : infants, 
476, adults, 158 ; confirmations, 517 ; 
communicants, 7 222; marriages, 188; 
burials, 348; S. S. teachers, 619; S. S. 
scholars, 5,248; total of contributions, 
$168,171.60. 

The Sixteenth Annual Convention will be 
held in All Saints', Portsmouth, on Wed- 
nesday, May 21, 1890. 



Diocese of Springfield. Organized A.D. 1877. 

Comprising all that portion of the State of Illinois lying south of the counties of 
Woodford, Livingston, Ford, and Iroquois, and east of the Illinois River. 

Population (1880), 1,312,900; square miles, 31,466. 

The Rt. Rev. George Franklin Seymour, D.D., LL.D. (1878), Bishop, Springfield, 111. 

Albion, St John's, 102. Carbondale, St Andrew's, 21. Howard 

Alton, St Paul's, 236. F. M. S. Taylor. McDougal. 

Anna, St Anne's, 28. F. Wolcotr, Carlinville, St Paul's, 47. H. M. Chitten- 

Arcola, Christ, 4. J. H. Molineaux. den. 

Belleville, St George's, 81. J. B. Harrison. Carlyle, Christ, 35. W. J. Frost, D.D. 

Bloomington, St Matthew's, 190. Daniel Carrollton, Trinity, 45. 

Lewis. Centralia, St John's, 19. F. Wolcott. 
Bunker Hill, Christ, 71. Champaign, Emmanuel, 51. D. W. Dresser. 
Qqxto, Redeemer,!^. F. P. Davenport, D.D. S.T.D. 
St Michael's, 35. Chester, St. Mark's, 73. J. L. Berne. 



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Chesterfield, St. Peter's, 21. H. M. Chitten- 
den. 
Collinsville, Christ, 37. J. G. Wright. 
Danville, Holy Trinity, 96. S. B. Pond. 

Swedish M., 28. P. A. Almquist. 

Decatur, St. John's, 209. M. M. Goodwin. 
House of Prayer, 48. 

Grace, 41. 

Du Quoin, Mission, 15. 

East St. Louis, St. Mary's M., 36. W. H. 

Tomlins. 
Edwardsville, St. Andrew's M., 14. H. M. 

Chittenden. 
Gillespie, St. John's, 20. 
Greenville, Grace, 25. J. G. Wright. 
Havana, St. Barnabas', 26. 
Jacksonville, Trinity, 150. J. M. C. Fulton, 

D.D.; J. H. Cloud, a. m. 
Jerseyville, Holy Cross, 36. F. M. S. Tay- 
lor. 
Lebanon, St. A/ban's, 4. 
Lincoln, Trinity, 93. 
Litchfield, Misnon, 11. 

Mansfield, Christ, 21. D. W. Dresser, D.D. 
Mattoon, Trinity, 22. J. H. Molineaux. 
Mound City, St. Pater' s, 55. Howard McDou- 

gal. 
Mount Carmel, St. Paul's, 39. J. H. Molin^ 

eaux. 
Mount Vernon, Trinity, 29. )J. N. Chest- 
McLeansboro', St. James', 25. \ nutt. 
Oiney, St. Luke's, 18. W. J. Frost, D.D. 
Paris, Grace, 38. J. H. Molineaux. 
Pekin, St. Paul's, 40. C. H. Bohn. 
Petersburg, Trinity, 43. H. C. Whitley. 
Rantoul, St. Paul's, 34. D. W. Dresser, 

D.D. 
Springfield, St. Paul's, 328. F. W. Tavlor. 

Christ, 127. F. W. Clampett. 

St. John's, 72. H. B. Goodyear. 

— — St. Luke's, 41. L. E. Johnston. 
Thomasboro', St. Thomas' , 27. 
Tremont, Christ, 5. 

Tuscola, St. Stephen's, 4. 

Urbana, Christ, 11. 

Waverly, Christ, 11. H. M. Chittenden. 



Secretary of Synod. — Rev. J. B. Harrison, 
Belleville. 



Treasurer of the Diocese. — C. E. Hav, Spring 

field. 
Registrar and Historiographer. — Rev. D. W. 

Dresser, S.T.D., Champaign. 
Chancellor. — 8. A. Foley, Lincoln. 
Archdeacons. — Springfield, J. W. Taylor; 

Cairo, F. P. Davenport ; Alton, F. M. S. 

Taylor. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. D. W. Dresser, 

S.T.D.; F. W. Taylor; F. M. S. Taylor; 

Messrs. W. J. Allen, H. Stryker, Jr., C. 

E. Hay (sec). 

Board of Missions. — The Bishop and Rural 
Dean's; Messrs. W. J. Quinlan, H. H. 
Candee, H. D. Moss. 

Rural Deans. — Rev. D. W. Dresser, D.D., 
of Bloomingtou ; Rev. J. M. C. Fulton, 
D.D., of Jacksonville; Rev. J. H. Mol- 
ineaux, of Mattoon ; Rev. J. G. Wright, 
of Litchfield ; Rev. W. J. Fro«t, D.D., of 
McLeausboro' ; Rev. J. B. Harrison, of 
Chester. 

The Episcopal Fund.— Rev. F. W. Taylor, 
sec. ; H. H. Candee, Cairo, treas. 

Examininq Chaplains. — Revs. W. J. Frost, 
D.D.; F. 'W. Tavlor, D. W. Dresser, S.T.D.; 

F. P. Davenport. D.D. (also the Rev. 
Profs. Oliver and Hall of the G. T. S., 
New-York). 

Trustees of the Diocese. — Messrs. H. Stryker, 

Jr., C. E. Hay, J. S. Bradford. 
Cathedral Grammar Schools. — Bloomington, 

Rev. Daniel Lewis ; Mattoon, Rev. S. C. 

Thrall, D.D. 
St. Agatha's School, Springfield. — Miss D. 

Murdock, principal ; Rev. F. W. Taylor, 

chaplain. 
St. Mary's School, East St. Louis.— Rev. W. 

H. Tomlins, rector. 
St. Paul's Orphanage, Springfield. — House 

Mother, Mrs. L. L Slaughter. 
Statistics for year ending May 1, 1888.— 

Clergy, 40 ; parishes, 25 ; missions, 35 ; 

candidates for orders, 4; ordinations: 

deacon, 1, priests, 2 ; baptisms : 405 ; 

confirmations, 312 ; communicants, 8,507 ; 

marriages, 6S ; burials, 119 ; S. S. teachers, 

230 ; S. S. scholars, 1,915 ; total of contri- 
butions, $31,825.37. 
The Twelfth Annual Synod will be held 

in St. Paul's, Springfield, on Tuesday, 

December 3, 1889. 



TENNESSEE. 



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Diocese of Tennessee. Organized a.d. 1828. 

r; Population (1880), 1,542,463 ; square miles, 45,600 
The Rt. Rev. Charles Todd Quintard, S.T.D., LL.D. (1865), Bishop, Memphis. 



Arlington, Holy Innocents', 7. 

Ashwood, St. John's, 12. Richard N. Newell, 
D.D., LL.D. 

Athens, St. Paul's, 14. 

Bolivar, St. James', 74. Edward Wootten. 

St. Philip's, 30. W. W. Cheshire. 

Brownsville, Zion, 15. C. F. Collins. 

Buntyn, St. John's, 27. 

Burlison, St. Stephen's, 14. Ossian Alston. 

Chattanooga, St. Paul's, 445. ) G. W. Dum- 

St. John's Chapel. 445. V bell; C. F. 

Grace Memorial, 445. ) Sweet. 

Clarksville, Trinity, 140. W. M. Pettis, 
D.D. 

Cleveland, St. Luke's, 100. C. D. Flagler. 

Columbia, St Peter's, 149. ) (>.Beckett,S.T.D. 

Advent Misswn, 24. J 

Collierville, St. Andrew's, 20. S. B. McGlo- 
hon. 

Covington, St. Matthew's, 31. C. L. Steele. 

Cumberland Furnace, St. James', 55. 

Dyersburg:, St. Mary's, 15. C. F. Collins. 

Fayettevilie, St. Mary Magdalen, 11. Row- 
land Hale. 

Franklin, St. PauVs, 30. C. M. Gray. 

Gallatin, Immanuel M., 22. B. E. Metealf. 

Jackson, St. Luke's, 207. I. N. Marks, Jr. 

Knoxviile, Epiphany, 97- T. W. Humes. 

St. Jams, 335. Samuel Ringgold, D.D. 

La Grange, Immanuel, 24. S. B. McGlohon. 

Mason, Trinity, 71. C. T. Wright. 

St. Paul's, 250. Henderson Maclin. 

Grace, 237. Geo. Patterson, D.D. 

Immanuel, 75. Wm. Klein ; Alfred 

Anderson. 
St. Mary's Cathedral, 312. The Bishop; 

William Klein, dean. 
Nashville, Advent, 165. W. C. Gray, D.D. 

Christ, 320. William Graham, D.D. 

Holy Trinity, 147. M. Cabell Martin. 

• St. Anne's, 180. T. F. Martin. 

St. Peter's, 98. M. Cabell Martin. 

Pulaski, Messiah, 48. W. G. G. Thompson. 
Ripley, Immanuel, 15. 
Ro ark's Cove, C>tlvary M* 21. 
Rugby, Christ, 42. Matthew Henry. 
Sewanee, St. Paul's, 120, F, A Shoup, D.D. 
6 



Shelby ville, Redeemer, 20. H. R Howard 

s.t:d. 

Somerville, St. Thomas', 42. S. B. McGlo- 
hon. 

South Pittsburgh, Christ, 63. Jos. H. Black- 
lock. 

Spring Hill, Grace, 32. Charles M. Gray. 

Tipton Co., St. Stephen's, 15. Ossian Als- 
ton. 

Tracy City, Christ, 20. 

Trenton, Holy Innocents', 19. C. F. Col- 
lins. 

Tullahoma, St. Barnabas', 70. Henry R. 
Howard, S.T.D.; Edward Phares. 

White Chapel, Mission, 19. E. B. Ross, 

William sport, St. Mark's, 7. 

Winchester, Trinity, 38. 



Secretary of Convention. — Rev. T. F. Gailor, 
Sewanee. 

Treasurer of the Diocese. — J. A. Omberg, 
Memphis. 

Registrar of the Diocese. — Rev. Telfair Hodg- 
son, D.I)., Sewanee. 

Historiographer. — P. M. Radford, Nashville. 

Chancellor. — A. T. McNeal, Bolivar. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. G. Patterson, 
D.D.j'W. Klein, E. S. Burford; Messrs. 
S. H. Lamb, D. M. Scales. 

Examining Chaplain*. — West-TeniL, Revs. 
W. Klein, E. S Burford ; Middle Tenn., 
Revs. W. C. Gray, D.D., W. Graham, 
D.D.; East-Tenn., Revs. T. W. Humes, 
S.T.D., S. Ringgold, D.D. 

Hospital of the Good Shepherd. — Nashville, 
J. P. Dr iiillard, pres. ; S. M. D. Clark, sec. ; 
John Orr, treas. 

Statistics for year ending May 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 44 ; parishes, 32 ; missions, 35 ; can- 
didates for orders, 2 ; ordinations : dea- 
cons, 2, priests, 3 ; baptisms : 571 ; con- 
firmations, 477 ; communicants, 4,477 ; 
S. S. teachers, 307 ; S. S. scholars, 2^773 ; 
total of contributions, $106,695.51. 

The Fifty-eighth Annual Convention will be 
held in the Church of St. Paul-on-the- 
Mountains, Sewanee, on Wednesdav, 
June 4, 1890'. 



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THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Diocese of Texas. Organized a.d. 1849. 

Comprising all that portion of the State of Texas lying south of the northern line of the 
counties of Lampasas, Coryell, McLennan, Limestone, Freestone, Anderson, Smith, Gregg 
and Marion, and east of the western Une of the counties of Matagorda, Wharton 
Colorado, Fayette, Bastrop, Trams, Burnett, and Lampasas. 

Population, 990,000 ; square miles, 57,500. 

The Rt. Rev. Alexander Gregg, D.D., LL.D. (1859), Bishop, Austin. 

Overton, 10. 

Palestine, St. Philip's, 51. Tbos. Stafford. 
Richmond, Calvary, 47. C. T. Denroche. 
Rockdale, St. Thomas', 24. Thos. C. Bittle, 
San Augustine, Christ, 62. Geo. L. Crocket. 
Sealy, St. John the Evangelist's, 25. C. T. 

Denroche. 
Taylor, St. James', 15. 
Temple, Christ, 30. J. A. Duncan. 
Tyler, Christ, 62. C. H. B. Turner. 
Waco, St. Paul's, 217. 
Willis, All Saints'. 
Woodville, Holy Innoctnti , 14. J. Cooper 

Waddiil. 



Austin, St, David's, 293. Thomas B. Lee. 

Bastrop, Calvary, 41. T. C. Bittle. 

Beaumont, St. Mark's, 49. H. H. Messen- 
ger. 

Bellville, St. Mary's, 35. C. T. Denroche. 

Belton, St. Luke's, 48. James A. Duncan. 

Brazoria, St. John's, 48. 

Brenham, St. Peter's, 80. Wm. Sharp, Jr. 

Bryan, St. Andrew's, 50. John Sloan. 

Calvert, Epiphany, 42. Harry CassiL 

Caney, Mission, 10. 

Columbia, St. Luke's, 27. 

Columbus, St. John's, 28. Thos. J. Morris. 

Eagle Lake, Heavenly Best, 43, Horatio C. 
Howard. 

Flutonia, Gethsemane Mission, 18. Horatio 
C. Howard. 

Galveston, Grace, 73. Geo. S. Gibbs. 

Trinity, 450. S. M. Bird. 

St. Augustine's, 89. Thos. W. Cain. 

Gatesville, St Mary's, 14. W. W. De Hart. 

Georgetown, Grace, 37. B. A. Rogers. 

Groesbeck, Holy Trinity, 18. Harry CassiL 

Harrisburg, Mission, 12. 

Hearne, St. Philip's, 15. Harry Cassil. 

Hempstead, Si. Bartholomew' s, 50. Fred. 
Sebright Leigh. 

Houston, Christ, 523. C. M. Beekwith. 

Huntsville, St'. Stephen's, 33. Thos. Stafford 
(Palestine^. 

Jefferson, Christ, 45. E. G. Benners. 

LaGrange, Si. Jakes', 43. W. G. W. Smith. 

Lampasas, St* Mary's, 20. J. A. Duncan. 

Livingston, St. James', 10. J. Cooper 
WaddiU. 

Manor, Heavenly Rest, 15. Thos. C. Bittle. 

Marlin, St. John's, 15. Harry Cassil. 

Marshall, Trinity, 67. Robt. S. S'nart. 

Matagorda, Christ, 76. Lucien Holmes. 

Mexia, Christ, 12. Harry Cassil. 

jNacogdoches, Christ, 19. Gto. F. Crocket, 

Navasota, St. Paul's^ 32. 

Orange, Si. Paul's, 1& W. W. Messenger, 



Secretary of Council. — R. M. Elgin, Hous- 
ton. 

Registrar. — Rufus Cage, Houston. 

Treasurer of Diocese. — Walter Breniondj, 
Austin. 

Treasurer of the Episcopal Endowment^ 
Aged and Infirm Clergy, and Widows' and 
Orphans' Funds. — Osceola Archer, Austin. 

Chancellor of Diocese. — A. S. Richardson, 
Houston. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. S. M. Bird, 
(pres.), T. B. Lee, C. M. Beekwith; 
Messrs. A. S. Richardson, R. M. Elgin 
(sec). 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. B. A. Rogers, 
T. B. Lee, S. M. Bird. 

Statistics f&r year ending May 10, 1889. — 
Clergy, 29 ; parishes and missions, 49 ; 
baptisms (not specified), 387 ; confirma- 
tions, 219; communicants, 3,221; mar- 
riages, 102; burials, 179; S. S. teachers, 
268; S.S. scholars, 2,443; total of con- 
tributions, $54,990.20. 

The Forty-first Annual Council will be held 
in St. Paul's Church, Waco, on May 21, 
1890, at 10.30 a.m, 



VERMONT. 



149 



Diocese of Vermont. Organized a.d. 1790. 

Population (1880), 332,286 ; square miles, 10,212. 
The Rt Rev. William Henry Augustus Bissell, D.D. (1868), Bishop, Burlington. 



Arlington, St. James', 146. R. C. Searing. 

Bellows Falls, Immanuel, 206. 

Bennington, St. Peter's, 146. W. Bogert 
Walker. 

Bethel, Christ, 46. 

Brandon, St. Thomas 1 , 115. W. F. Weeks. 

Brattieboro', St. Michael's, 105. W. H. Col- 
lins. 

Burlington, St. Paul's, 514. J. Isham Bliss, 
D.D. • G. H. Bailey, cum. 

Vt. tipis. Institute, 16. 

Castleton, Mission. Edward P. Lee. 
Chester, St. Luke's, 77. Thomas S. Ockford. 
Eawt Berkshire, Calvary, 38. Josephus 

Tragitt. 

Enosburgh, Christ, 33. E. C. Stone. 

Enosburgh Falls, St. Matthew's, 75. E. C„ 
Stone. 

Fairfax, Christ, 32. Gremont Graves. 

Fairfield, Trinity, 23. A. H. Bailey, D.D. 

Fair Haven, Mission, 42. Edward P. Lee. 

Georgia, Emmanuel, 24. G-emont Graves. 

Grand Isle, St. John's, 7. Chas. Fay, D.D. 

Guilford, Christ, 13. W. H. Collins. 

Highgate, Si. John's, 27. J. Swett, D.D. 

Hydeville, St James', 52. Edward P. Lee. 

island Pond, Christ, 60. 

Jeffersonville, Holy Apostles', 9. G, Graves. 

Jericho, Calvary, 13. Gemont Graves. 

Manchester, St. John\ 8. 

Manchester Centre, Zion, 72. J. C. Flan- 
ders. 

Middlebury, St. Stephen's, 149. 

Milton, Trinity, 23. Gemont Graves. 

Montgomery, Union, 42. Josephus Tragitt. 

Montpelier, Christ, 156. Howard F. H.UL 

Newport, St. Mark's, 47. G. G. Jones. 

Northfield, St. Mary's, 66. Homer White. 

North Troy, St. Augustine's, 12. G. G. 
Jo oes. 

Poultney, St. John's, 124. E. H. Randall. 

Proctorsviile, Gethsemane, 18. T.. S. Ock- 
ford.. 

Randolph, G-raee, 35. 

St John's (West), 31. 

Richford, St Ann's, 38. 

Royalton, St Paul's, 26. Moses P. Stiek- 
n ey. 

Rutland, Trinity, 357. W. B. Buckingham. 

Grace (West), 51. Edward P. Lee. 

Shelburne, Trinity, 49. G. H. Bailey. 
Sheldon, Grace, 56. A. H. Bailey, D.D. 



Springfield, St. Mark's, 13. E. N". Goddard. 
St. Albans, St. Luke's, 315. A. B. Flanders. 
St. Johnsbury, St. Andrew's, 100. F. D. 

Buckley. 
Swanton, Holy Trinity, 4&. J. Swett, D.D. 
Vergennes, St. Paul's, 117. Elbert B. Taylor. 
Wells, St. Paul's, 19. 
White River Junction, St. Paul's, 37. J. M. 

Peck. 
Windsor, St. Paul's, 74. Ed. N. Goddard. 
Winooski, Trinity, 52. G. H. Bailey. 
Woodstock, St. James', 52. F. W. Smith. 



Secretary of Convention. — Thos. H. Can field, 
Burlington. Assistant, F. E. Smith, Mont- 
pelier. 

Treasurer. — E. L. Temple, Rutland. 

Registrar. — Rev. F. W. Smith, Woodstock. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. J. Swett, D.D. 
(pres.) ; A. H. Bailey, D.D.; J. I. Bliss, 
D.D. (sec.) ; Messrs. C. A. Booth, J. W. 
Ellis. 

Board of Land Agents. — Rev. J. I. Bliss, 
D.D., sec. ; C. Dewey, treas., Montpelier. 

Episcopal Fund. — W. G. Shaw, treas., Bur- 
lington; F. C. Kennedy, sec, Burling- 
ton. 

Fund for Aged and Infirm Clergymen. — 
C. F. Chapman, sec. and treas., Wood- 
stock. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. A. H. Bailey, 
D.D., J. I. Bliss, D.D., W. H. Roberts, H. 
F. Hill, W. H. Collins, W. B. Bucking- 
ham, A. B. Flanders. 

Legal Adviser of the Ecclesiastical Court 
— Hon. W. G. Veazey. 

Vermont Episcopal Institute, Burlington. — 
The Bishop, pres. ; G. Briggs, sec. ; T. H. 
Cantield, treas. ; H. H. Rosa, principal. 

Statistics for year ending June 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 32 ; parishes, 40 ; missions, 11 ; 
candidates for orders, 6 ; ordinations : 
deacon, 1 ; priests, 2; baptisms: infants, 
242, adults, 80 ; confirmations, 208; com- 
municants, 3,978 ; marriages, 101; burials, 
229; S. S. teachers, 249; S.-S. scholars, 
2,034; total of contributions, $41,856.49. 

The One hundredth Annual Convention will 
be held in St. James' Church, Arlington, 
June 18, 1,890, at 9 a.m. 



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Diocese of Virginia. Organized a.d. 1785. 

Population (1880), 1,512,806 ; square miles, 41,352. 

The Rt. Key. Francis McNbbcb Whittle, D.D., LL.D. (1868), Bishop, Richmond. 
The Rt. Rey. Alfred Ma&ill Randolph, D.D. (1883), Assistant Bishop, Richmond. 



COUNTY. 


PARISH. 


CHURCH AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Accomac. 

" ! 


St. George's 

u 

u 

Frederieksville ..... 

u 
Greenwood 


St. James' 1 

Holy Trinity ..' 1 -*u 


John McNabfo. 


14 
U 


Emmanuel 

St. George's. 


VI13 


Albemarle 

u 


Christ 

Buck Mountain 

St. Paul's 

Emmanuel. 

Christ 

St John's 

Trinity. 

Grace 

Christ i 


.....258 

34 

56 

...... 29 

20 

.27 

......11 

.....100 

251 


J. S. Hanckel, D.D. 

1 F. W. Neve. 


44 ..... 


St. Anne' s .... 


1 Thos. E. Locke, 


(i 


u 


D. C. T. Davis. 


u 


Walker's..... 


E. Y. Jones. 


Alexandria. ... 


Fairfax 


Henderson Suter,D.D» 






Grace 

St. Paul's 

Mission.. . 

Christ...... 

St. John's 


143 

231 

27 

"" ^65 


H. T. Sharpe. 


a 


u 


Geo. H. Norton, D.D. 


Alleghany .... 




L. R. Combs. 


Amelia 


Raleigh ............ 


J. W. Ware. 




a. 


Amherst 


Amherst 


Elon 

St. Luke's 

Ascension 

St. Mark's 


.. ...23 

30 

76 

.......31 










u 


Lexington 


\ A. P. Gray. 


a 




u 


Lynchburg. 


Emmanuel 


50 


J. H. Williams. 


Appomattox.. . 
Augusta 


St. Patrick's 

Augusta ........... 


St. Paul's 

Trinity 

Verona Chapel 

Christ 

St. Stephen's.. .... 

St. John's 

Christ 


....... 23 

378 

".*'.!!. 25 

38 

*-*• |l33 


W. Q. Hullihen. 


1 




Bath 


Bath... 

Hamnei 




Bedford 


E. W. Hubard. 


u 


Heber 


T. W. Jones. 


u 


« 


u 
u 


it 
Lee 


St. Philip's... 

St. Mark's : 

Trinity 

St. Thomas'... 

St. Mark's, .. 


18 

.......14 

22 

32 


Geo. E. Howell. 
T. W. Jones. 


u 


Russell ............ 


E, W. Hubard. 


Botetourt 


West Russell 

Botetourt ...... 




u 


u 


Emmanuel 

Trinity ... . 

Trinity 

St. Andrew's. ..... 

St. Paul's 

Sf* James* 

Grace 

Pay ton Chapel 

SC Thomas' ....... 

Emmanuel.. 

Grace..... ........ 


:::::r 

:::::i 85 

so 

.......34 

25 

83 

28 

. . . . . jj 24 

... . . i 


C. C. Randolph. 


u 


Woodville 




Brunswick 

u 
u 
tt 

Buckingham . . 


St. Andrew's 

a 

tt 

a 

Lawrenceville 

St. Thomas'......... 

Tillotson ...... 


Edwin H. Green. 

) 

y J. S. Russell. 

) 

W. E. Howell. 
J. T. Harrison. 


u 





VIRGINIA. 



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CHURCH AND COMMUNICANTS. 



Buckingham. . 
Campbell 

a 

u . 
it 

Caroline 

tt 

Charles City . . 
Charlotte 

Chesterfield. . . 
u 

a 

Clarke ... 

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tt 

it 

Culpeper 

u 
it 
u 
a 

Cumberland . . 
Dinwiddie 

tt 

i« 
a 

a 
Elizabeth City. 



Essex . 



Fairfax . 



Tillotson 

Lynchburg 

tt 

a 

Moore 

n 
a 

a 

St. Margaret's... 

St. Mary's 

« 

Westover 

tt 

Cornwall 

a 

Dale 

u 

Manchester 

Cunningham Chapel 

Clark 

Greenway Court 

Wickliffe 

Ridley 

u 

Slaughter 

St. Mark's 

Leighton 

Lyttleton 

Bath 

Bristol 

tt 

u 
il 

Elizabeth City 

n 

a 
St. Ann's 

South Farnham 

« 

Fairfax 

Truro 

« 

Upper Truro 



St. Peter's 29 

Christ 8 

Epiphany 25 

Grace 112 

Grace Chapel 10 

St. Paul's 407 

Trinity "] 

Good Shepherd ! QO 

Castle Craig r° 

St. John's J 

St. Margaret's 25 

Grace 33 

St. Peter's 42 

Mapsico 

Westover 

Ascension 

Grace MO 

Christ 

Trinity ......50 

St. John's 25 

Meade Memorial 144 

Christ ) 1Sfi 

Emmanuel J i6b 

Grace 189 

Meade Memorial 33 

Wickliffe 30 

Christ , 46 

Calvary 29 

St. Paul's 50 

Emmanuel 50 

St. Stephen's 90 

St. James' 26 

Grace 17 

Sapony 28 

Good Shepherd M. , . . . 

Grace 620 

St. John's 58 

St. Paul's 567 

St. Stephen's 243 

Blandford M 

St. John's M 

St. John's r < 

Centurion j Zbb 

Vauter's ) Q „ 

St. Matthew's f 6b 

St. John's I i aa 

St. Paul's J" 100 

St. Luke's 21 

Fall's 48 

St. John's (West End) .. .44 

Zion 62 

Pohick ) aK 

Olivet f 65 

Seminary Missions 135 

Christ 16 



J. P. Lawrence. 



J. H. Williams. 
Theo. M. Carson. 



S. S. Ware. 
John P. Tyler. 

Alex. Overby. 

A. B. Tizzard. 

J. J. Clopton. 

C. B. Bryan. 

P. P. Phillips. 
J. R. Jones. 
John McGill. 

H. B. Lee. 

G. M. Murray. 
S. P. Watters. 
E. B. Burwell. 



E. B. Jones, M.D. 



) C. J. Gibson, D.D. 
) L. W. Doggett, asst. 

C. P. Hains, D.D. 
J. C. Jones, asst. 
Wm. P. Burke. 
J. F. Mitchell. 

D. W. Taylor, Miss. 
J. J. Gravatt. 

C. J. S. Mayo, asst. 

D. C. T. Davis. 

W. T. Roberts. 

J. Hervey Hundley. 
Frank Page. 
IK. Nelson, D.D. 

S. A. Wallis. 

K. Nelson, D.D 
Wm. N. Meade 



152 



THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



COUNTY. 


PARISH. 


CHURCH AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Fairfax 


Upper Truro 

a 
Cedar Run 


St. John's 


... 9 


I 


Fauquier 

« 


St. Timothy's 

Clifton Mission.. 

St. Stephen's 

Grace 


...34 
...11 
...21 
...40 


lWm. N. Meade. 
A. A. McDonough. 


Emmanuel 


tt 


it 


St. Luke's 

St. James' 

Leeds 

Bethel Mission 


...21 
..146 

• [82 

!..25 
...21 

! j-98 

'...40 
...21 

' I 50 

' i 64 

'..200 
...18 
...52 
...60 
....8 
...30 


H. B. Lee. 


u 


Hamilton 


Geo. W. NelsoD. 




Leeds 




« 


n 


W. C. Latane\ 


it 


Meade 


Trinity 

Emmanuel 

Grace 

Trinity 

Whittle Chapel 




it 


Piedmont 




ti 


Whittle 




u 


a 


James Grammer, 


a 


u 


D.D. 


u 


a 


Ch. of Our Saviour 

Grace 

S t. John' s 


B. T. Turner. 


Fluvanna 


Rivanna 




a 






u 


u 


Fork Union 


E. B. Burwell. 


Franklin 


Franklin 


Trinity 

Ascension 

Christ 

St. Thomas' 

Abingdon 

Ware , 

All Saints'.. 

Grace 




a 




J. J. Norwood. 


Frederick 


Frederick 


Nelson P. Dame. 


Gloucester 

a 


St. Thomas' 

Abingdon 

Ware 


W. B. Everett. 
J-Wm. B. Lee. 


Goochland 

tt 


St. James' Northam. 
a a 
a it 

Meherrin 


tt 
ti 


St. Mary's 

St. Paul's 

Christ 


...32 
....7 
...19 


1 G.W.Phelps. 




Grace 

St. John's 

Grace 

Christ 

St. Luke's 


...20 
j-200 

'. >85 

.' In 

.'..18 


Halifax 


Antrim 


<« 




O. A. Kinsolving. 


a 


Roanoke 




tt 


a 


Alex. Gait. 


u 


a 


St. Thomas' 




Hanover 

a 
it 


St. Martin' s . . . . 

St. Paul's 


Fork 

Trinity 

Ch. of Our Saviour 

St. Martin's 




a 


Emmanuel 

St. Paul's 

St. James' 


...37 
...17 
...54 

J-460 

'J 

..228 
..417 

..390 
..218 
..328 
..325 

..151 
..141 
...90 


1 S. S. Hepbron. 


ti 


it 


a 


Ashland 


T. M. Ambler. 










« 


WeddellMem. Chap.. 
Chap, of the Good Shep 

herd 

Monumental 

St. James' 

St. Paul's 

Christ , 

Grace 

St. Mark's 

Moore Memorial 

St. Andrew's 

All Saints' 


L. W. Burton. 


it 


a 


Pike Powers, D.D. f asst. 


it 


u 


J. B. Newton, M.D. 
J. Peterkin, D.D. 


tt 


a 


u 




P. G. Nash, asst. 
H. Carmichael. 


a 


a 


J. B. Funsten. 


it 


u 


H. M. Jackson, D.D. 


« 


11 


T. G. Dashiell, D.D. 


u 


it 


W. B. Williams, asst 
D. F. Sprigg, D.D. 
Pike Powers, D.D. 


n 


ti 


a 


« 


J. Y. Downman. 






VIRGINIA. 



153 



COUNTY. 


PARISH. 


CHURCH AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Henrico 

u 


Henrico 

u 


St. Philip's 

Emmanuel 


50 

91 


B. M. Randolph. 
Perry R. Nugent. 


Henry 

Isle of Wight. 
James City. . . . 
King George . . 

u 


Patrick 


Christ 

Christ 

Christ 

Lamb's Creek 

Emmanuel 

St. John's 

St. Paul's 

St. David's 

St. John's 

Christ 

Grace 

Trinity 

White Chapel 

Emmanuel 

St. James' 


41 

49 

86 

12 

27 

14 

48 

24 

64 

;;;;; m 

....... 32 

176 


Newport 


Bruton 


T. Carter Page. 


Brunswick 


Hanover 


u 




V A. J. Willis. 


u 


St. Paul's 


J 


King William . 


St. David's 


W. T. Roberts. 


St. John's 


O. M. Yerger. 


Lancaster 

a 

u 
a 

Loudoun 


Christ Church 

« 

u 

Johns 




Shelburne 


R. T. Davis, D.D. 


u 




St. Paul's 


55 


[■ Carter Page. 

E. Y. Jones. 
Frank G Scott. 


« 


u 


Christ 


35 


Louisa 


Green Spring 

Trinity 


St. John's 

St. James' 

St. John's 

St. Paul's 

Trinity 

Piedmont 

Christ 

Trinity 

St. James' 

Christ Chapel 

Grace 

St. Paul's 

St. Mark's 

St. Mary's 

Ascension 


24 

..25 

[35 

!'.'.". .30 
5 

!• 60 

•••• 1 110 

'.'.'.'.... 6 

133 

142 

66 

15 


Lunenburg 

« 

Madison 


Cumberland 

a 

Bloomfield 


Edwin B. Jones, M.D. 

L. Wingfield. 
G. M. Murray. 


Matthews 


Kingston 


u 




F. Stringfellow 


Mecklenburg . . 


St. James' 


) 


u 


VP. M. Boyden. 


« 


- il 


a 


u 


<< 


a 


[ J. W. Carroll. 
W E HowelL 


<< 


a 


a 


u 


B F Lewis 


n 


it 


St. Andrew's 

St. John's 

St. Luke's 

Christ. 

Christ 

St. James' 

St. Thomas'.. 

St, Paul's 

Glebe 


15 

20 

16 

19 

32 

26 

21 

62 

9 




u 


St. Luke's 


I P. M. Boyden. 
F. Stringfellow. 

>E. L. Goodwin, 
tfl. L. Derby. 


«i 


a 


Middlesex 

Montgomery . . 

Nansemond. ... 


Christ Church 

Montgomery 

Upper Suffolk 

Lower Suffolk 

Nelson 

u 


«< 
Nelson 


St. John's 

Christ 

Grace 

Trinity 

St. James' 


20 

..'.'. j-113 


<< 


a 




New Kent 


St. Peter's 

a 




a 


St. Peter's 

Christ 

St. Paul's 

St. Luke's 

Grace 

St. Peter's 

Trinity 

St. John's 


w 

494 

384 

431 

65 

117| 

194 

73' 


S. S. Hepbron. 
O. S. Barten, D.D. 
H. T. Bengen. asst. 
Beverley D. Tucker. 
A. S. Lloyd. 
G. F. Bragg, Jr. 
W. L. Gravatt. 
F. F. Reese. 
J. D. Powell. 


Norfolk 

<4 
(4 

« 

" 


Elizabeth River 

«< « 

n a 
a u 

Portsmouth 



154 



THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



COUNTY. 


PARISH. 


CHURCH AND COMMUNICANTS. 


CLERGY. 


Norfolk 


St. Bride's 


St. Paul's Chapel . . . 

St. Thomas' 

Hungar's 

Christ 

St. Stephen's 

Wicomico 

Emmanuel 

Christ 

St. Luke's 

Holy Innocents' 

Epiphany 

Christ 

St. Thomas' 

Christ 

Epiphany 

St. George's.. \ 

Trinity 

Emmanuel 

St. Andrew's 

Grace 

St. Luke's 

Emmanuel 

St. James' Chapel. . . 

Manakin 

E. S. Chapel 

Emmanuel 

John's Memorial .... 

St. Ann's 

St. John's 

Merchant's Hope. . . . 

Brandon 

Grace 

Ritchie Memorial 

St. James' 

Trinity 

Quantico 

St. Paul's 

Ewell Chapel 

St. John's 

Emmanuel 

MacGill Memor'al 

St. Paul's 

Trinity 

St. John's 


43 

69 

34 

69 

15 

14 

24 

.4 

....100 

84 

18 

;; Ut5 

!!...55 

42 

12 

32 

; ; ; 1 37 

'.V...28 

40 

32 

40 

52 

31 

.. 39 

..'. j-88 

.'.'...11 
....40 
7 

' * ' [95 

.*.*'.. 12 

....11 

25 

•* [58 
. .... 60 


R. Gatewood, D.D. 




n 




Northampton . 

a 


Hungar's 


I Geo. W. Easter. 




Northumberl'd 


St. Stephen's 

Wicomico 




n 


a 




Nottoway 


St. Luke's 




tt 


Alex. Overby. 


«( 


a 


a 


n 


L. Winfield. 


Orange 

« 
Page 


St. Thomas' 

tt 
Page 


F. G. Scott. 

Thos. W. Vaughn, asst. 

J. S. Hansbrough. 


Pittsylvania. . . 

tt 


Camden 


G. W. Dame. 


ti 


John T. Forster, asst. 


it 


a 


R. C. Jett, asst. 


a 


Banister 


[C. O. Pruden. 


u 




Powhatan .... 


Genito 




it 


Powhatan 




u 
a 

tt 

Princess Anne. 
n 

Prince Edward 


St. James' Southam 

a a 

King William 

Lynnhaven 

Wilmer 


Martin Johnson. 

A. B. Tizzard. 
y Wm. R. Savage. 
J. W. Ware 


ti 

Prince George. 
« a 

a a 

Surry 

Prince William 


St. Patrick's 

Bristol 


W. E. Webb. 
J. P. Jones. 


Martin's Brandon.. 

U it 

it it 

Southwark 


j»F. P. Clark. 


Dettengen 


it a 




J. M. Meredith. 


u tt 


Hay market 


B. T. Turner. 
[ Geo. G. Smeade. 


a tt 
Pulaski 


Montgomery 

Pulaski 


a 




Rappahannock 


Bloomfield 




a 




Richmond. 


Lunenburg. 


i A. B. Kin solving. 
Wm. H. Meade, D.D. 


Roanoke 


North Farnham 

Mt. Olivet 


New Church 

St. John's.. 

St. Paul's 

Grace Memorial 

St. John's 

Trinity 

Emmanuel. 

Grace Memorial 

Emmanuel 

St. Andrew's 

Christ 

Ch. of Our Saviour. . . 


25 

...180 
....85 
....106 
... 9 
...23 
...123 
....25 

•' [79 

*.!..13 
....23 




Salem 




Rockbridge 

tt 

a 


Latimer 


) R, J. McBryde, D.D. 
1 


u 
a 


) J. P Lawrence, Asso. 


Rockingham... 
tt 

Shenandoah. . . 


Rockingham 

Beckford 


O. S. Bunting. 
J. C. Wheat. 

J. W. Shields. 


tt 




Smyth 

Southampton.. 


Christ Church 

Nottoway 


C. E. Woodson. 



VIRGINIA. 



155 



CHURCH AND COMMUNICANT?. 



Southampton.. 
Spottsylvania. , 



Stafford 

Surry 

Sussex 

Tazewell. 

a 

Warren 

Warwick 

a 

Washington. . . 

u 
Westmoreland, 



Wythe 
York.. . 



Nottoway 

St. George's . . 
a 

Berkeley 

a 

Overwharton . 
Southwark 

it 

Alb°marle 

Tazewell 

St. Thomas'.'.'. 
Warwick. . ... 

tt 

Holston 

Goodson 

Cople 

« 

Montross 

Washington. . . 

it 

Wythe . 

Hampton 



Emmanuel 13 

St. George's 19a 

Trinity 176 

Christ 29 

St. John's 14 

Aquia ) , 90 

Clifton Chapel \ 

St. Andrew's 9 

St. Paul's 21 

St. Andiew's 21 

Christ ) gQ 

Stras Memorial f 

Calvary .46 

St. Paul' s | g k 

Emmanuel , . . . . ) 

Grace | ftft 

St. Thomas' j tta 

Emmanuel 32 

Nomini ) ** 

Yocomico J 

St. James' 16 

St. Paul's Chapel 9 

Payne' s Chapel ) Kn 

St. Peter's f bi) 

St. John's 154 

St. John's Chapel.. 

Grace 16 



A. S. Smith, D.D. 

J. K. Mason. 

J. Green Shackelford. 



J. W, Birckhead. 

I 
i 

S. 0. Southall. 
Jos. R. Jones. 

C. J. S. Mayo. 
J. J. Lloyd. 

R. A. Castleman. 
A. B. Kinsolving. 

j- Mercer P. Logan. 
Wm. B. Lee. 



Secretary of the Council. — Rev. T. Grayson 
Dashiell, D.D., Richmond. 

Treasurer. — James T. Gray, Richmond. 

Treasurer of the Education Society. — C. F. 
Lee, Alexandria. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. J. Packard, 
D.D., G. H. Norton, D.D., H. Suter, D.D. ; 
Messrs. C. F. Lee, C. S. Taylor, A. Her- 
bert. 

Executive Committee of the Diocesan Mis- 
sionary Society. — Tne Bishop and As- 
sistant Bishop, together with eight clergy- 
men and seven laymen of Richmond ; J. 
L. Williams, treasurer, Richmond. 

Trustees of the Bruce Fund. — The Bishop, 
Wm. M'. Hill. 

Officers of the Brotherhood. — Messrs. D. N. 
Walker, pres. ; G. W. Warren, treas. ; 
P. H. Mayo, sec. 

Trustees of Fund for Belief of Disabled Clergy. 
— Messrs. B. J. Barbour, J. B. Funsten, 
Wm.H. Palmer (treas.) ; Cyrus Bossieux, 
F. H. McGuuv, John F. Glenn. 

Managers of the Widows' and Orphans' 
Fund.— The Bishop; Revs. C. J. Gib- 
son, D.D., T. G. Dashiell, D.D., D. F. 
Sprigg, D.D. ; Messrs. Chas. E. Whitlock, 
Joseph Bryan, E. B. Addison, Richmond 
(treas.). 



Trustees of the Episcopal Fund.— Messrs. C. 
F. Lee, A. Herbert, C. R. Hooff. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. C. Minnige- 
rode, D.D., J. S. Hanckel, D.D., B. D. 
Tucker. 

Board of Trustees of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Theological Seminary and High- 
School in Virginia. — The Bishop (pres.), 
together with Bishops Randolph and 
Peterkin, seven clergymen and four lay- 
men of the two dioceses. 

Theological Seminary of Virginia, Fairfax 
Co.— Rev. J. Packard, D.D*., dean. >The 
library contains 13,000 volumes. The 
Seminary opens September 26, and closes 
June 26. C. F. Lee, treas., Alexandria. 
Students, 40 ; alumni, 780. 

Bp. Payne Divinity and Industrial School, 
Petersburg. — Rev. R. A. Goodwin, dean. 

Episcopal High-School of Virginia, Fairfax 
Co., opens September 23, and closes June 
25. L. M. Blackford, M.A., prin., Alex- 
andria. 
Virginia Female Institute, Staunton. — Mrs. 
J. E. B. Stuart, prin. 

The Episcopal Female Institute, Winchester. 
— A. M. Smith, prin. 

P. E. Church Home, Richmond. — Mrs J. R. 
Werth, cor. sec, 517 N. 4th st. 



156 



THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Statistics for year ending May 16, 1889. — 
Clergy, 148; parishes, 166; missions and 
Ghapels, 151 ; candidates for orders, 31 ; 
ordinations : deacons, 5, priests, 7 ; bap- 
tisms, 1,426, confirmations, 1,235 ; com- 
municants, 18,660; marriages, 503; 



burials, 984; S. S. teachers, 1,967; S. S. 
scholars, 14,287 ; total of contributions, 
$254,443.18. 
The Ninety-fifth Annual Council will be 
held in St. George's Church, Fredericks- 
burg, Wednesday, May 21, 1890. 



Diocese of Western Michigan. Organized a.d. 1874. 

Comprising that portion of the State of Michigan bounded as follows : On the north by Lake 
Michigan and the Straits of Mackinac ; on the east by the counties of Cheboygan, Otsego, 
Crawford, Roscommon, Gladwin, Midland, Gratiot, Clinton, Ingham, Jackson, and Hills- 
dale ; on the south by the States of Ohio and Indiana ; on the west by Lake Michigan, 

Population (1884), 741,873 ; square miles, 18,449. 



The Rt. Rev. George De Normandie Gillespie, D.D. (1875), Bishop, 
Grand Rapids. 



Albion, St. James', 90. A. K. Hall. 

Allegan, Good Shepherd, 104. W. P. Law. 

Baldwin, St. Matthew's, 4. Gen'l Missionary 

Battle Creek, St Thomas', 165. Arthur P. 
Greenleaf. 

Benton Harbor, Holy Trinity, 48. G. C. V. 
Eastman, D.D. 

Big Rapids, St Andrew's, 114. S. Roosevelt. 

Charlevoix, Christ, 45. C. T. Stout. 

Charlotte, Grace, 30. W. H. Van Antwerp, 
D.D. 

Coldwater, St Mark's, 171. Henry Hughes. 

Coopersvdle, Epiphany, 2. 

East Jordan, redeemer, 21. General Mis- 
sionary. 

Eaton Rapids, St. Matthias', 5. General 
Missionary. 

Elk Rapids, St. Paul's, 39. S. C. Thrall, 
D.D. 

Evart, St. John's, 16. General Missionary. 

Grand Haven, St John's, 107. J. E. Wilkin- 
son, Ph.D. 

Grand Rapids, St. Mark's, 667. Campbell 
Fair, D.D.; D. B. Wright, a. m. 

Grace, 225. 

St. Paul's Memorial, 98. )m T Vn ■- 

D.D. fl. J.Knapp, 

Trinity, 58. ) uu ' 

Greenville, St. Paul's, 26. General Mis- 
sionary. 
Harbor Springs St.Johns, 11. O. T. Stout. 
Hastings, Emmanuel, 100. 
Holland, Grace, 29. General Missionary. 
Homer, Christ, 30. A. K. Hall. 
Ionia, St. John's, 82. 

Kalamazoo, St. Luke's, 404. A. L. Frazer. 
Ludington, Grace, 50. J. B. Prichard. 
Manistee, St. Paul's, 60. H E. S. Somerville. 
Marshall, Trinity, 152. William Morrall. 



N. S. Board- 



195. 



J. N. Eippey, 
Fair, D.D. 



Mt. Pleasant, St. John's, 78. 
man. 

Muskegon, St Paul's, 
M.D. 

Newaygo, St. Mark's, 24. C. 

Niles, Trinity, 190. R. H. F. Gairdner. 

Paw Paw, St. Mark's, 26. General Mission- 
ary. 

Pentwater, St. James' ' , 24. General Mission- 
ary. 

Petosky, Emmanuel M., 42. C. T. Stout. 

Quincy, St. John's, 29. Henry Hughes. 

*Rockford,St. James' ,13. General Missionary 

Saranac, Trinity, 5. General Missionary. 

Saugatuck, All Saints', 36. Aloert E. Wells. 

Stanton, Grace, 13. General Missionary. 

Three Rivers, Trinity, 22. General Mis- 
sionary. 

Traverse City, Grace, 30. S.CThrall, D.D. 

Tustm, St. John's, 4. General Missionary. 

Union City, Grace, 24. 

Whitehall, Redeemer, 25. J. N. Rippey, M.D. 



Secretary of the Convention. — Rev. J. N. 
Rippey, M.D., Muskegon. 

Treasurer of the Convention and of the Fund 
for Aged and Infirm Clergy. — T. P. Shel- 
don, Kalamazoo. 

Registrar. — C. W. Calkins, Grand Rapids. 

General Missionaries.— The Revs.W.H. Van 
Antwerp, Charlotte; J. W. Bancroft, 
Hastings. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. J. W. Bancroft 
(pres.), C. Fair, D.D. (sec), J. N. Rippey 
M.D., R. E. Jones; Messrs. W. R. Shelby 
H. S. Severens, W. J. Stuart. 

Association of the Diocese of Western Michi- 
gan. — Pres., the Bishop sec, Rev. J. N. 



WESTERN NEW-YORK* 



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Rippey, M.D. ; treas., F. A. Gorham, 
Grand Rapids. 



JBoard of Missions. — The Bishop, pres. ex.- 
off. ; Rev. E. D. Irvine, sec; D. G. Robin- 
son, treas., Hastings. 



Examining Chaplains. — Revs. W. Morrall, 
T. J. Knapp, D.D., A. P. Greenleaf, J. S. 
Large. 

Convocations. — Grand Rapids, Rev. C. T. 
Stout (sec); Kalamazoo, Rev. A. P. 
Greenleaf. 

Akeley Institute, Grand Haven. — A Dioce- 
san School for girls and young ladies. 



Rev. J. E. and Mrs. J. E. Wilkinson, in 
charge. 

Statistics for Year ending May 31, 1889. — 
Clergy,' 30; parishes, 27; missions, 18; 
candidates for orders, 5; baptisms: in- 
fants, 328 ; adults, 166 ; confirmations, 
296; communicants, 3,762; marriages, 
123 ; burials, 206 ; S. S. teachers, 377 ; S. 
S. scholars, 2,823; total of contributions, 
$103,942.55. 

Tiie Sixteenth Annual Convention will be 
held in St. Mark's, Grand Rapids, on 
Tuesday, June 3, 1890, at 7 p.m. 



Diocese of Western New- York. Organized a.d. 1838. 

Comprising the counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, 
Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates, in 
the State of New- York. 

Population (1880), 971,245 ; square miles, 11,345. 

The Rt. Rev. Arthur Cleveland Coxe, D.D., LL.D. (1865), Bishop, See House, Buffalo. 



Addison, Redeemer, 75. F. Gilliat. 

Albion, Christ, 202. Francis S. Dunham. 

Alien's Hill, St. Pauls, 32. David Moir. 

Angelica, St. Paul's, 128. 

Attica, Mission, 30. A. A. Brockway. 

Avon, Zion, 90. H. F. Darnell, D.D. 

Batavia, St. James', 327. Addison M. Sher- 
man. 

Bath, St. Thomas', 210. 

Belmont, St.Philip's, 62. Wilberforce Wells. 

Belvidere, Christ, 21. 

Bergen, St. John's, 5. 

Bradford, St. Andrew's, 59. A. J. Warner. 

Branchport, St. Luke's, 42. W. H. Lord. 

Brockport, St. Luke's, 151. Charles T. 
Seibt, S.T.D. 

Buffalo, Ascension, 255. Wm. A. Hitchcock, 
D.D. 

All Saints', 107. M. C. Hyde. 

Good Shepherd, 38. T. B. Berry. 

Grace, 209. L. B. Van Dyck, D.D. 

St. Bartholomew's Mission, 30. 

Charles H. Smith; A. J. Fidler; J. 

A. McCleary, a. m. 

St. James', 343. 

St. Johns, 858. Samuel R. Fuller ; Geo. 

G. Ballard, a. m. 

St. Luke's, 217. Walter North. 

St. Mary's, 280. C. F. J. Wrigley. 

St. Matthew's Mission, 50. Charles H. 

Smith ; J. H. Perkins, a. m. 

St. Paul's, 666. Henry A. Adams. 

St. Peter's Mission, 36. Charles H. 

Smith; A. J. Fidler, a. m. 



Buffalo, St. Philip's, 192. A. A. Roberts. 
St. Thomas', 170. Charles H. Smith. 

Trinity, 551. Francis Lobdell, D.D. 

Caledonia, St. Andrew's Mission, 14. H. 

F.Darnell, D.D. 

Canandaigua, St. John's, 172. E. J. Bab- 
cock. 

Canaseraga, Trinity, 172. C. J. Clausen. 

Canis»ee, Holy Communion, M., 35. 

Catharine, St. John's, 85. Francis F. Rice. 

Charlotte, Mission, 8. John H. Perkins. 

Clifton Springs, St. John's, 89. Lewis P. 
Clover, D.D. 

Clyde, St. John's, 90. John Evans. 

Corfu, St. Luke's, 38. 

Corning, Christ, 262. Walter C. Roberts. 

Cuba, Christ, 90. W. W. Rafter. 

Dansville, St. Peter's, 96. 

Dresden, St. John's, 34. 

Dundee, Grace, 19. 

Dunkirk, St. John's, 147. Robert Harris. 

East Aurora, St. Matthias', 103. H.M.Brown. 

East Bloomfield, St. Peter's, 26. David Moir. 

Ellicottville, St. John's, 34. A. F. Todrig. 

Fairport, St. Luke's, 25. G. T. LeBoutillier. 

Forestville, St. Peter's, 24. P. P. Kidder. 

Fredonia, Trinity, 182. J. J. Landers, LL.D. 

Geneseo, St. Michael's, 240. Wm. A. Coale. 

Geneva, St. Peter's Memorial, 291. James 
Rankine, D.D. 

German M. C. F. Kellner, Ph.D. 

St. Philip's Mission. 

St. Johns Chp., Hobart College. R. R. 

Converse. 



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?, 166. Charles A. 

J. E. Goodhue. 
192. G.F.Rosen- 



Geneva, Trinity, 432. Henry W. Nelson, 

Jr., D.D.; Lansing S. Humphrey, a. m. 
Hammond sport, St. James', 137. J. V. 

Stryker. 
Havana, St. Paul's, 50. 
Honeoye Falls, St. John's, 52. 
Hornellsville, Christ, 200. 
Howard, Trinity, 5. 
Hunt's Hollow, St. Mark's, 22. A. A. 

Brockway. 
Jamestown, St. Luke's, 185. A. Sidney 

Dealey. 
Lancaster, Trinity, 55. 
Le Roy, St. Mark's, 156. Pierre Cushing. 
Lewiston, St. Paul's, 101. E. Steuart-Jones, 

D.D. 
Lockport, Christ, 102. C. Graham Adams, 

D.J). 

Grace, 425. C. W. Camp. 

Lyons, Grace, 188. H. W. Spalding, D.D. 
Mayville, St. Paul's, 90. Jesse Brush. 
Medina, St. John's, 150. George W. West. 
Middleport, Trinity, 48. George W. S. 

Ay res, r. 
Mount Morris, St. Joh?i' 

Ricksecker. 
Newark, St. Mark's, 70. 
Niagara Falls, St. Peter' i 

muller. 
North Phelps, St. Paul's, 27. W. B. Edson, 

D.D. 
Nunda, Grace, 20. 

Oakfield, St. Michael's, 48. C. C. Gove. 
Olean, St. Stephen's, 193. J. W. Ashton. 
Palmvra, Zion, 166. L. W. Richardson. 
Penn'Yan, St. Mark's, 107. W. H. Lord. 
Perry, Holy Apostles', 4. 
Phelps, St. John's, 41. William B. Edson, 

D.D. 
Pittsiord, Christ, 90. G. T. Le Boutillier. 
Randolph, Grace, 44. Noble Palmer. 
Rochester, Ascension Mission, 20. F. S. 
Hyde. 

ClirisU 620. William D. Doty, D.D.; C. 

H. Boynton, Ph.D., a. m. 

Epiphany, 303. Amos Skeele. 

— — Good Shepherd, 46. John H. Perkins. 

St. Andrew's, 464. A. S. Crapsey. 

St. James', 132. James H. Dennis. 

St. John's, 224. Arthur Sloan. 

St. Luke's, 657. Henry Anstice, D.D. 

St. Mark's Mission, 128. E. P. Hart, 

■ St. Paul's, 404. Louis C. Washburn. 

Trinity, 152. A. Beach Carter, D.D. 

Salamanca, St. Mary's, 88. T. A. Parnell, 

D.C.L. 

Scottsville, Grace, 56. 

Shortsville, Trinity, 34. Lewis P. Clover, 
D.D. ' y 

Sodus, St. John's, 44. Henry S. Dennis. 

Sodus Centre, St. Luke's, 20. * Henry S. Den- 
nis. 



Sodus Point, Christ, 16. Henry S. Dennis. 

Stafford, St. Paul's, 91. E. R. Armstrong. 

Suspension Bridge, Epiphany, 101. H. S. 
Huntington. 

Tonawanda, St. Mark's, 159. J. H. Barnard. 

Vic for, Good Shepherd, 10. D. Moir. 

Warsaw, Trinity, 70. 

Watkins, St. James', 104. 

Wavne, St. John's, 18. 

Wellsville, St. John's, 71. E. H. Edson. 

Westfield, St. Peter's, 83. C. W. Hayes, D.D. 

Wethersfield Springs, St. Clements, 23. 
John E. Battin. 

Wyoming, Si. Paul's M, 12. 

Youngstown, St. John's, 35. E. Steuart- 
Jones, D.D. 

Secretary of Convention. — Rev. C. W. Hayes, 
D.D., Westfield. Assistant, Rev. Walter 
North, Buffalo. 

Registrar. — Rev. L. B. Yan Dyck, D.D.- 
Buffalo. 

Treasurer. — C. Henry Amsden, Rochester. 

Chancellor. — Hon. J. M. Smith, LL.D., 
Buffalo. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. L. B. Yan 
Dvck, D.D. (pres.), W. North (sec), A. S. 
Dealey, C. F. J. Wrigley ; Messrs. W. H. 
Walker, G. B. Worthington, E. S. Dann, 
Geo. Barker. 

Education Board. — The Bishop (pres.) and 
the Standing Committee ; Rev. Walter 
North, sec, Buffalo. 

Missionary Board. — The Bishop, chairman 
(ex-off.); Revs. L. B. Yan Dyck, D.D., 
W. *A. Coale, Henry Anstice, D.D., J. 
Rankine, D.D. ; Messrs. O. H. P. Champ- 
lin, E. D. Loveridge, W. S. Ashley (finan- 
cial secretary), J. N. Macomb, Jr. 

Trustees of the Episcopate Fund. — The Bish- 
op ; Messrs. G. E. Mumford (treas.) ; G. 
H. Perkins, W. M. White, M. Adsit. 

Trustees of the Christmas Fund. — Messrs. H. 
P. Knowles, C. McLouth (treas.), Palmyra, 
W. H. Farnham. 

Trustees of the Parochial Fund. — Messrs. A. 
L. Chew, P. Richards, J. P. Mellen (treas., 
Geneva), A. P. Rose, S. S. Graves, T. 
McBlain. 

Ecclesiastical Court. — Rev. W. A. Hitchcock, 
D.D., C. T. Seibt,D.D., N. Palmer, H. W. 
Nelson, Jr., D.D., James Rankine, D.D. 

Hobart College, Geneva. — Rev. E. N. Potter, 
D.D., LL.D., D.C.L., pres.; chaplain, the 
Rev. R. R. Converse. 

DeLancey Divinity School, Geneva. — Rev. 
James Rank'ne, D.D., rector ; Mr. A. P. 
Rose, treas. 

Cary Institute for Boys, Oakfield. — C. C. 
Gove, princ 

De Veaux College, Suspension Bridge, Niag- 
ara Co.— Reginald H. Goe, pres. ; Rev 



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F. P. Harrington, chap.; J. P. C, Shaw, 

head-master. 
Church Borne, Buffalo. — The Bishop, visitor 

{ex-off.) ; E. S. Dann, treas. 
Church Home, Geneva. — Rev. H. W.Nelson, 

Jr., D.D., pres.; matron, Miss V. Smith. 
Church Home, Rochester. — The Bishop, vis- 
itor {ex-off.) ; Miss C. L., Rochester, "treas. 
DeLancey School for Girls, Geneva. — The 

Misses Bridge, princ. 
St. Margaret's School for Girls, Buffalo. — 

Miss Tuck, princ. 



Statistics for year ending Sept. 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 112; parishes and missions, 113 ; 
candidates for orders, 6; ordinations: 
priest, 1, deacons, 3 ; baptisms : infants, 
1,309, adults, 344; confirmations, 851 ; 
communicants, 14,930; marriages, 600; 
burials, 932; 8. S teachers, 1,103 ; 8.8. 
scholars, 10,896; total of contributions, 
$314,980.00. 

The Fifty-third Annual Council will be held 
on the third Tuesday in September, 1890. 



Diocese of West- Virginia. Organized a.d. 1877. 

Population (1880), 618,443 ; square miles, 23,000. 

The Rt. Rev. George William Peterkin, D.D. (1878), Bishop, Parkersburg. 



Alderson, Messiah, 19. F. A. Meade. 

Ansted, Redeemer, 14. J. R. Taylor. 

Berkeley Springs, St. Mark's, 20. W. T. 
Leavell. 

Brooke Co., St. John's, 46. R. W. Grange, off. 

Buckhannon, Grace, 15. T. H. Lacy, D.D. 

Bunker Hill, Christ, 15. Henry Thomas. 

Charleston, St. John's, 210. R. D. Roller. 

Charlestown, Zion, 312. Dallas Tucker. 

St. Philip's Chp., 9. W. L. Burweil. 

Clarksburg, Christ, 71. 

Coalburg, Mission, 6. 

Coal Valley, Calvary, 12. J. R. Taylor. 

Cresap, Grace, 12. J. F. Woods. 

Fairmont, Christ, 37. John Ambler. 

Fort Spring, Holy Comforter,^. A.P.Gray. 

Grafton, St. Matthias', 19. John Ambler. 

Harper's Ferry, St. John's, 32. W. B. 
Everett. 

H edges ville, Mount Zion, 59. W. T. Leavell. 

Hinton, Ascension, 20. F. A. Meade. 

Huntington, Trinity, 123. N. F. Marshall. 

Leetown, St. Bartholomew's, 24. J. S. Gibson. 

Lewisburg, St. James', 25. A. P. Gray. 

Martinsburg, Trinity, 175. Henry Thomas. 

Mason Co., Mission, 16. C. M. Campbell. 

Mercer's Bottom, Bruce Chp., 7. C. C. 
Pearson. 

Middleway, Grace, 40. J. S. Gibson. 

Moorefield, Emmanuel, 25. G. A. Gibbons. 

Morgantown, Trinity, 21. John Ambler. 

Moundsville, Trinity, 49. John Ambler. 

New Martinsville, St. Ann's, 32. John Amb- 
ler. 

Parkersburg, Trinity, 212. S. S. Moore. 

Pocahontas Co., Madison, 14. 

Point Pleasant, Christ, 71. C. C. Pearson. 

Princeton, Church of the Heavenly Rest, 13. 
B. Dennis. 



Ravenswood, Grace, 16. John Ambler. 
Ripon, St. John's, 12. John McGill. 
Romney, St. Stephen's, 14. G. A. Gibbons. 
Shepherdstown, Trinity, 115. L. R. Mason. 
Sistersville, St. Paul's, 18. John Ambler. 
St. Alban's, St, Mark's, 44. C. M. Campbell. 
Summit Point, Holy Spirit, 35. John S. 

Gibson. 
Union, All Saints', 36. R. H. Mason. 
Volcano, Emmanuel, 6. John Ambler. 
Waverly, Mission, 7. J. F. Woods. 
Wellsburg, Christ, 31. J. F. Woods. 
Weston, St. Paul's, 130. T. H. Lacy, D. D. 
Wheeling, St. Matthew's, 313. R. R. Swope, 
D.D. 

St. Luke's, 114. J. Brittingham. 

White Sulphur Springs, St. TJtomas', 12. 

R. H. Mason. 
Williamstown, Mission, 15. J. F. Woods. 
Willow Island, St, John's, 17. J. F. Woods. 



Secretary of the Council. — Rev. R. D. Roller, 

Charleston. 
Treasurer. — R. J. McCandlish, Parkersburg. 
Registrar. — C. W. Smith, Clarksburg. 
Chancellor. — Judge J. P. Rogers, Wheeling. 
Standing Committee. — Revs. J. S. Gibson. 

L. R. Mason, D. Tucker ; Messrs. B. C. 

Washington (sec), E. I. Lee, I. H. Strider. 
Trustee of the Episcopal Fund. — R. M. 

Browne, Wheeling. 
Trustees of the Peivnanent Fund. — Messrs. 

R. J. McCandlish, R. M. Browne, B. M. 

Ambler. 
Missionary Committee. — The Bishop (pres. 

ex-off.) ; Revs. S. S. Moore, D.D. (sec), 

J. F. Woods, S. S. Moore ; Messrs. R. J. 

McCandlish, B. M. Ambler, H. H. Moss. 



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THE PAROCHIAL LIST, 



Examining Chaplains. — Revs. R. H. Mason, 
J. S. Gibson, R. R. Swope, D.D. 

Statistics for year ending June 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 21; parishes, 16; missions, 17; 
candiiaies for orders, 4; ordinations: dea- 
cons, 1 ; priests, 3 ; baptisms : infants, 
180, adults, 56 ; confirmations, 161 ; com- 



municants, 2,817 ; marriages, 71 ; burials, 
104 ; S. S. teachers, 336 ; S. S. scholars, 
2,459 ; total of contributions, $52,514.22. 
The Thirteenth Annual Council will me«t 
in St. John's Church, Charleston, Wed- 
nesday, June 4, 1890. 



North-Dakota Mission. 

Comprising all that portion of the State of North Dakota lying north of the 46M- parallel. 

Population (1885), 180,000 ; square miles, 75,000. 
The Rt. Rey. William David Walker, S.T.D. (1883), Missionary Bishop, Fargo,NoDak, 



Bathgate, 18. H. Beer. 

Bismarck, Bread of Life, 84. 

Buffalo, 25. 

— — Calvary Chapel, 15. John Trena- 

man. 
Carrington, 10. A. Alexander. 
Casselton, St. Stephen's, 14. 
Devil s Lake, 40. F. J. FasselL 
Dickinson, 6. G. A. Chambers, 
Dunseith, 6. 
Eckelson, 5. 

Fargo, Gethsemane, 186. F. B. Nash, Jr. 
Forest River, Calvary Chapel, 10. 
Forman, 5. 

Fort Buford, 3. W. F. Hubbard, ch. U.S. A. 
Fort Yates, 7. 
Gladstone. C. E. Dobson. 
Grafton, 10. 

Grand Forks, St. Paul's, 91. W. T. Currie. 
Grand Rapids, 12. 
Hamilton, 6. H. Beer. 
Hillsboro, 6. H. J. Sheridan. 
Jamestown, Grace, 44. A. Alexander. 
Lakota, Good Shepherd, 11. F. J. TasselL 
La Moure, 8. 
Larimore, 18. 

Lisbon, Trinity, 23. W. D. Morrow. 
Mandan, 12. 

Mayville, Calvary, 46. H. J. Sheridan. 
Ojeta, W. T. Currie. 
Park River, 28. 

Pembina, Grace, 28. H. Beer. 
Portland, 2. H. J. Sheridan, 



Sheldon, 3. W. B. Morrow. 
St. Thomas, 10. H. Beer. 
Sanborn, Christ, 18. 
South Uxbridge, 10. 
Sykestown, 6. 

Tower City, 13. J. Trenaman. 
Valley City, All Saints', 36. 
Wahpeton, Christ, 11, 
Wheatland. John Trenaman. 
York, 6. F. J. TasselL 



Secretary and Registrar. — Rev. H. J. Sheri- 
dan, Mayville. 

Treasurer. — S. A. Hudson, Fargo. 

Chancellor. — Seth Newman, Fargo. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. W. T. Currie ; 
H.J. Sheridan; Messrs. S. A. Hudson, 
B. S. Russell. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. W. T. Currie, 
F. B. Nash, Jr. 

Trustees of the Funds and Property of the 
Diocese. — The Bishop, Standing Com- 
mittee, and Chancellor. 

Statistics for 1889. — Clergy, 12 ; parishes and 
missions, 43; baptisms: infants, 130, 
adults, 21 ; confirmations, 86 ; communi- 
cants, 713; marriages, 63; burials, 58 ; 
S. S. teachers, 58 ; S. S. scholars, 480 ; 
total of contributions, $12,326.25. 

The Fifth Annual Convocation will meet 
at the eall of the Bishop. 



SOUTH DAKOTA. 



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Nevada and Utah Mission 

Population (1880), 206,171 ; square miles, 192,146. 

The Rt. Rev. Ariel Leonard, S.T.D., Missionary Bishop, Salt Lake City, Utah. 



Austin, St. George' s y 4. 

Belmont, St* Stephen's, 

Carson, St. Peter's, 40. F. R. Sanford. 

Dayton, Mission, 12. L. B. Ridgely. 

Eureka, St. James', 43. 

Gold Hill, St. John's, 24. L. B. Ridgely. 

Pioche, Christ, 3. 

Reno, Trinity, 96. William Lucas. 

Silver City, Grace, 7. L. B. Ridgely. 

Virginia, St. Paul's, 144. L. B. Ridgely. 



Corinne, Good Samaritan, 2. S. Unsworth. 
Lay ton, St. Jude s. 
Logan, St. John's, 37. S. Unsworth. 
Ogden, Good Shepherd, 111. S. Unsworth. 
Park City, St. Luke's. R. W. Plant 
Plain City, St Paul's, 32. S. Unsworth. 
Salt Lake City, St. Mark's, 270. The Bish- 
op ; N. F. Putnam ; R. W. Plant, a. m. 
St. Paul's Chapel, 67. S. L. Gilberson. 



Secretary of Convocation. — Rev. S. Uns- 
worth, Ogden, Utah. 

Treasurer. — G. M. Scott, Salt Lake City, 
Utah. 

Registrar.— Uev. R. W. Plant. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. S. Unsworth, 
N. F. Putnam; Messrs. G. M. Scott, G. Y. 
Wallace. 



Examining Chaplains. — Revs N. F. Put- 
nam, S. Unsworth, L. B. Ridgeley, F. R, 
Sanford. 

School for Girls, Reno, Nevada. — The 
Bishop, rector; Rev, J. M. Rankin, vice* 
rector. 

St. Mark's School, Salt Lake City, Utah.~~ 
Rector, the Bishop ; vice-rector, Rev. K. 
F. Putnam ; Rev. R. W, Plant, princ. 

Rowland Ball, Salt Lake City, Utah. — A 
boarding school for girls. Rector, the 
Bishop ; vice-rector, Rev. N. F. Putnam ; 
prin., Miss J. H. Van Rensselaer. 

St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah, 
— Pres. of the Board, the Bishop ; supt. 
and treas., Rev. N. F. Putnam. 

School of the Good Shepherd, Ogden, Utah. 
— Rector, Rev. S. Unsworth; prins., Misses 
Neweli and Howard. 

St. John's School, Logan, Utah. — Rector, 
Rev. ; prin., Miss A. C> Cassidy. 

St. Paul's School, Plain City, Utah.— Rector, 
the Bishop ; princ, Rev. J. H. Young. 

Statistics of Nevada for year ending Aug. 1, 
1889. — Clergy, 11 j parishes and missions, 
18; candidates for orders, 4; baptisms: 
287; confirmations, 115; communicants, 
1,069 ; marriages, 99 ; bu rials, 149 ; S. S. 
teachers, 134; S. S. scholars. 1,754; day- 
schoolteachers, 34; pupils, 825 ; contribu- 
tions, $41,218.48. 

The Second Annual Convocation will be held 
in St. Mark's Cathedral, Salt Lake City, 
at such time as the Bishop may appoint. 



South-Dakota Mission* 

Comprising all that portion of the State of Dakota lying south of the 46th parallel, 
together with the Santee Indian Reservation in Nebraska. 

Population (1888), 460,000 ; square miles, 80,000. 

The Rt Rev. William Hobart Hare, S.T.D. (1873), Missionary Bishop, Sioux Falls, 

S. Dakota. 

Standing Committee.— Revs. John H. Bab- Registrar. — Rev. Jas. Trimble, Sioux Falls. 

cock, Joseph W. Cook; Messrs. R. W. Chancellor.— Pro tern., R. W. Folds, Sioux 

Folds, J. W. Campbell. Falls. 

Secretary. — Rev. Walter J. Wicks, Spring- Examining Chaplains.— Revs. J. H. Rab- 

field. cock, C.' S. Cook, L. C.Walker, A. H. 

Treasurer. — N. B. Bailey, Sioux Falls. Barrington. 



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Trustees of the Corporation. — For holding 
the funds and real estate of the jurisdic- 
tion. Corporate title : " The Chapter of 
Calvary Cathedral, Sioux Falls, S. Dak." 
— Rt. Rev. W. H. Hare, D.D. (pres.) ; J. S, 

^ Lewis, Sioux Falls, Dakota (treas). 



Statistics, 1888-89.— Clergy, 33; parishes 
and missions, 77 ; baptisms : infants, 793 ; 
adults, 312; confirmations, 396; candi- 
dates for orders, 4 ; communicants, 2,492 ; 
S. S. scholars, 2,045 ; total of contribu- 
tions, $21,833. 



Niobrara Deanery. 



Cheyenne River Mission. — Edward Ash- 
ley. 

St. John 's Church. — Agency, Revs. Ed. 

Ashley, Geo. Paypay, deacon. 
St. Stephen's Chapel, Moreau, Rev. P. J. 

Deloria, deacon. 
St. Paul's Chapel, MaeKenzie Point, 

John Kitto, Catechist. 
St. Andrew's Chapel, Charger's, John 

Wahoyapi, Catecnist. 
Calvary' Chapel, Swift Bird's, Thos. 

Fighting Bull, Catechist. 
Emmanuel Chapel, White Wolfs, Jas. 

Eagle Boy, Catechist. 
Ascension Station, Moreau, Andrew 

White Face, Catechist. 
Lower Brule Mission. — Luke C. Walker. 
Church of the Saviour, The Agency, Rev. 

L. C. Walker. 
St. Alban's Chapel, Big Mane's, Philip 

Councillor, Catecnist. 
St. Luke's Chapel, Medicine Bull's, Sam 

Medicine Bnl', Catechist. 
Driving Hawk's, Ben Brave, Catechis*. 
St. -Barnabas" Station, The Bend, Battiste 

Bear Bird, Catechist. 
Trinity, Standing Cloud's, Mark Patti- 

son, Catechist. 
St. Mary's, Medicine Creek, Wm. Smith, 

Catechist. 
St. Peter's, White River, Chas. Collins, 

Catechist. 
Ogalalla or Pine Ridge Mission. — C. S. 
Cook. 
Holy Cross Church, Pine Ridge Agency, 

Rev. C. S. Cook, Robert American 

Horse, Catechist. 
St. Andrew's Station, Orphan's Camp, E. 

A. Keith, Catechist. 
St. Barnabas' Chapel, Medicine Root, Rev. 

Amos Ross, Deacon. 
St. Philip's Chapel, Red Dog's, W. M. 

Robertson, Catechist. 
St. Paul's Station, Skunk Camp, Thos. 

Teion, Catechist. 
St. Julia's Chapel, Porcupine Tail, Jos- 
Marshall, Catechist. 
St. Marys Station, White Bird's, Hen 

Rt-d Shirt, Catechist. 
St. Peter's Chapel, Young: Man Afraid' s, 

Wm. Iron Crow, Catechist. 
Asceimon Station, American Horse, Cate- 
chist. 



Hope Station, Corn Creek, Rev. Amos 

Ross. 
Rosebud or Upper Brule Mission. — 

Vacant. 
Church of Jvsus, Agency, Rev. A. B. 

Clark, Presbyter. 
Calvary Chapel, Good Voice's Camp, 

Louis Dorian, Catechist. 
St. Mark's Chapel, Little Oak Creek, J. T. 

Henry, Catechist. 
St. Matthew's Chapel, White Thunder's. 
St. Paul's Station, Black Pipe Creek, Rev. 

Wm. Saul, Deacon. 
St. John's Chapd, White River, J. T. 

Henry, Catechist. 
Gethsemane Chapel, Lip's, W. C. Garrett, 

Catechist. 
Ephphatha Chapel, St. Mary's School, 

Rev. A. B. Clark, Pre-byter. 
St. Barabas' Station, Red Leaf's, Rev. 

Wm. Saul, Deacon. 
St. Thomas' 1 Station, Corn Creek, Rev. 

Wm. Saul, Deacon. 
Santee Mission. — Chas. R. Stroh. 

Church of our Merciful Saviour, Agency, 

C. R. Siroh. 

Chapel of our Blessed Redeemer, Bazille, 

Sam Wells, Catechist. 
Chapel of the Holy Faith, John Wapaha, 

Catechist. 
Standing Rock Mission. — F. M. Wed- 

dell. 
St. Elizabeth's Church, Oak Creek, Rev. 

F. M. Weddell. 
Black Feet Station, Joshua Iron Necklace, 

Catechist. 
Sisseton Mission. — John Robinson. 
St, Mary's Church, the Agency, Rev. 

John Robinson, V. Renville, Catechist. 
St. Luke's Station, North End, T. A. 

Robertson, Catechist. 
Si. John Baptist's Chapel, Lake Traverse, 

D. J. Robertson. 

St. James' Chapel, Enemy Lake, Robert 

White. 
Yankton Mission. — J. W. Cook. 
Church of the Holy Fellowship, Yankton 

Agency, Rev. J. W. Cook, Battiste 

Lambert. 
Chapel of the Holy Name, Choteau, Rev. I. 

H. Tuttle, Deacon. 
Chapel of St. Philip, the Deacon, White 

Swan, T. Hunter, Caiecbist. 



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Yanktonnais Mission. — H. Burt. 

Christ Churchy Agency, R^v. H. Burt. 
St. John Baptist Chapel, Lower Camp, 
Rev. David Tatiyopa, Deacon. 
' All Saints' Chapel, Upper Camp, Dan 
Firecloud, Catechist. 
Drifting Goose's, Sam'l Hawk, Catechist. 
Upper Crow Creek, James Williams, 
Catechist. 
Flandreau. — W. J. Cleveland. 
St. Mary's Church, David Weston, Wm. 
Jones, Catechist. 

Rural Dean. — Rev. Ed. Ashley, Sisseton 
Agency. 



Secretary. — Rev. C. S. Cook, Pine Ridge 
Agency. 

Treasurer. — Rev. H. Burt, Crow Creek 
Agency. 

Institutions. — St. Paul's School (for boy*), 
Y ankton Agency, the Bishop, pre?.; Mrs. 
Jane F. Johnstone, prin.; S*; Mary's 
School (for boys and girls), Rosebud 
Agency, the Bishop, prey. ; Miss Amelia 
Ives, prin.; St. John's School (for girls), 
Cheyenne Agency, the Bishop, pres.; Mr. 
J. IF. Kinney, prin.; Hope School (for 
boys and girls), Springfield, the Bishop, 
pres.; Rev. W. J. Wicks, prin. 



Eastern Deanery. Parishes. 



■ Aberdeen, St. Mark's. R. J. Keeling, D.D. 

Canton, Holy Innocents' . J as. Trimble. 
" Hurley, Grace. Jas. Trimble. 

Huron, Grace. C. A. Potter. 

Mitchell, St. Mary's. J. H. Babcock. 

Sioux Falls, Calvary. The Bishop. 
j Watertown, Trinity. A. H. Barrington. 

Yankton, Christ. W. H. W^yatt-Han- 
nath. 

Organized Missions — 
Alexandria, Advent. J. H. Babcock. 
Carthage, Grace. Jas. Trimble, D.D 
Dell Rapids, Gethsemane. Jas. Trimble, 

D.D. 
Deadwood, St. John's. 
Elk Point, St. Andrew's. J. V. Himes. 
FUndreau, Redeemer. W. J. Cleveland. 
Groton, Trinity. J. M. McBride. 
Howard, Trinity. James Trimble, D.D. 
Lead City, Christ. 
Madison. W. J. Cleveland. 
Milbauk, St. Pauls. J. M. McBride. 
Parker, Good Samaritan. 
Pierre, Trinity. J. Bailey Hill. 
Plankinton. J. H. Babcock. 



Rapid City, Emmanuel. G. G. Ware. 

Redfield, Trinity. J. M. McBride. 

Scotland, St. Andrew's. 

Springfield, Ascension. W. J. Wicks. 

Strugis. Grace. 

Webster, St. Mary's. J. M. McBride. 

Woonsocket, St. I/uke's. J. H. Babcock. 

Unorganized Missions — 
Blunt, Advent. 
Egan. W. J. Cleveland. 
Gettysburg. 3. M. McBride. 
Vermillion, St. Raul's. J. B. Garland. 
Wentworth, St. Puid's. W. J. Cleveland. 



Rural Dean. — Rev. James Trimble, D.D. 

Secretary. — Rev. W. J. Wicks, Sprirgfield. 

Treasure)*. — Mr. R. W. Folds, Sioux Falls. 

Institutions. — All Saints' School (for young 
ladies and children^, Sioux Falls, the 
Bishop, pres. ; Miss Helen S. Peabody, 
prin. 



Northern Texas Mission. 

Comprising the counties of Cass, Titus, Upshur, Wood, Rains, Van Zandt, Henderson, Aa- 
varro, Hill, Bosque, Hamilton, Brown, Coleman, Runnels, Ector, Winkler, Ward, 
and Reests, together with all the counties lying north and northwesterly thereof, in the 
State of Texas, and also all territory north of the county of Tom Green in said' State. 

Population (1880), 611,268 ; square miles, 100,000. 

The Rt. Rev. Alexander Charles Garrett, D.D., LL.D. (1874), Missionary Bishop, 

Dallas. 
Abilene, Heavenly Rest, 56. ) George C. Big Springs, St. Mary the Virgin's, 11. 

Baird, Holy Cross, 15. f AVhjte. Walter A. Tearne. 

Ballinger, Holy Trinity, 14. Peter Wager. Bonham, Trinity, 23, J. B. Fitzpatrick. 



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Cleburne, Holy Comforter, 47. 0. R. 
Bourne. 

Clarksville, Christ, 16. Frank E. Evans. 

Colorado, All Saints', 55. W. A. Tearne. 

Comanche, St. Matthew's, 25. W. W. Pat- 
rick. 

Corsicana, St John's, 41. Wm. D. Sart- 
welle. 

Dallas, St Matthew's Cathedral, 375. The 
Bishop; Charles W. Turner, dean. 

Incarnation Chp., 50. E. Wickens. 

St Mary's M. E. Wickens. 

Decatur, Ascension, 14. 

Denison, St Luke's, 101. F. N. Atkin. 

Deuton, St. Barnabas', 4. 

Eagle Cove, Good Samaritan, 4. Geo. C. 
Whyte. 

Ennis, St. Thomas', 10. E. Wickens. 

Fort Worth, St Andrew's, 132. Joseph De 
Forest. 

Gainesville, St Paul's, 45. George S. 
Gibbs. 

Graham, Holy Spirit, 25. E. Wickens. 

Hilkboro, St Mary's, 28. W. D. Sart- 
welle. 

Honey Grove, St Mark's, 23. Frank E. 
Evans. 

Kaufman, Our Merciful Saviour, 3. 

McKinney, 1 ^. Peter's, 15. J. B. Fitzpatrick. 

Mineola, Grace, 14. 

Morgan, St Peter's, 22. W. W. Patrick. 

Paris, Holy Cross, 53. Frank E. Evans. 

Sherman, St Stephen's, 77. J. B. Fitzpatrick. 



Sulphur Springs, St Philip's, 14. Edwin 

Wickens. 
Texarkana, St James', 94. R. W. Anderson. 
Terrell, Good Shepherd, 44. Andrew 0. 

Tavlor, D.D. 
Waxahachie, St. Michael and All Angel's, 12. 

Andrew O. Taylor, D.D. 
Weatherford, All Samcs', 42. 
Wichita Falls, Good Shepherd, 21. Henry 

C. Sh*w. 
Wills Point, St George's, 10. 



Secretary of Convocation. — R. Morgan, Jr., 
Dallas. 

Treasurer of Convocation. — W. H. Sutton, 
M.D. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. Edwin Wic- 
kens, W. D. Sartwelle ; Messrs. R. Mor- 
gan, Jr., W. H. Sutton, M.D. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. E. Wickens, 
W. D. Sartwelle. 

Treasurer of the Endowment Fund. — W. H. 
Sutton, M.D., Dallas. 

Statistics for year ending May 26, 1889: — 
Clergy, 14; parishes, 12; missions, 26; 
baptisms: infants, 102, adults, 44; con- 
firmations, 102 ; communicants, 1,739 
marriages, 63 ; burials, 66 ; S. S. teachers, 
158; S. S. scholars, 1,129 ; total of contri 
butions, $20,804.75. 

The Sixteenth Convocation will be held in 
St. Matthew's Cathedral, Dallas, on As- 
cension Day, 1890, 



Western Texas Mission. 

Comprising the counties of Calhoun, Jackson, Lavaca, Gonzales, Caldwell, Hays, Blanco^ 
Llano, San Saba, McCulloch, Concho, Tom Green, Pecos, El Paso, Brown, Coleman, 
and Ramd, in the State of Texas, together with all the counties and territory in said 
State south and southwesterly thereof 

Population (1880), 261,498; square miles, 110,000. 

The Rt. Rev. James Stbptoe Johnston, D.D. (1888), Missionary Bishop, San Antonio. 



Agua Dulce, Mission. H. Clark, D.D. 
Boerne, St Helena's, 34. Geo. H. Rtce. 
Brackettville, Mission, 21. Geo. Rose. 
Brady, Mission, 8. H. A. Grantham. 
Brownsville, Advent, 38. G. W. Simpson. 
Brownwood, St. John's. P. Wager. 
Chocolate, Si. Paul's, 15. A. W. Burroughs. 
Corpus Christi, Good Shepherd, 61. H. Clark, 

LL.D, 
Cuero, Grace, 77. Geo. Hinson. 
Dei Rio, St James', 23. G. Q. A. Rose. 
Eagle Pass, Redeemer, 30. G. Q. A. Rose. 
Edna, Mission, 13. A. W. Burroughs. 
E\P&sQ,St, Client's, 52. G.H.Higgin?,M.D. 



Floresville, Mission, 13. N. B. Fuller. 
Goliad, St Stephen's, 53. Wm. Jones. 
Gonzales, Messiah^ 68. J. R. Carter. 
Hallettsville, St James', 13. Geo Hinson. 
Kerrville, Mission, 14. Geo. fl. Rice. 
Laredo, Christ, 41. 

Lavaca, Grace, 22. A. W. Burroughs. 
Llano, Mission, 7. R. A. Grantham. 
Lockhart, Immanuel, 29. 
Luling, Annunciation, 25. J. R. Carter. 
Mason, Mission, 10. R. A. Grantham. 
Montell, Mission, 26. R. Galbraith. 
Pearsall, Mission. 
Refugio, Mission ■, 4= 



NORTHERN 1 CALIFORNIA. 



16." 



Rockport, Mission. Win. Jones. 

San Angelo, Emmanuel, 25 T. C. Stanley. 

San Antonio, St. Mark's, 325. W. R. Rich- 

ardson. 

St. Luke's, 50. R. M. Fuller. 

St. John's, 37. J. T. Hutcheson. 

St. Paul's Memorial, 41. F. S. DeMat- 

tos. 
San Marcos, St. Mark's, 25. 
San Saba, Mission, 12. H. A. Grantham. 
Seguin, St. Andrew's, 69. 
Uvalde, St. Philip's, 45. R. Galbraith. 
Victoria, Trinity, 61. A. W. Burroughs. 



Secretary of Convocation. — Rev. R. M. Ful- 
ler, San Antonio. 

Treasurer. — Major W. 0. Hutchison, San 
Marcos. 



Standing Committee. — Revs. J. T. Hutche- 
son (pres.), W. R. Richardson, Major W. 
O. Hutchison, W. J. B. Patterson. 

Montgomery Institute, Seguin. — A collegiate 
school for girls. Rev. N. B. Fuller, rector. 

St. Mary's Hall ( Wolfe Memorial), San An- 
tonio. — High school for girls. The Bishop, 
rector ; Miss L. M Dade, prin. 

Statistics for year ending May 15, 1889. — 
Clergy, 14 ; parishes, 10 ; missions, 31 ; 
candidates for orders, 2; ordinations: 
deacon, 1; priest, 1; baptisms, 166; con- 
firmations, 199; communicants, 1,600; 
marriages, 33; burials, 69; S. S. teachers, 
190; S. S. scholars, 1,236 ; total of con- 
tributions, $19,346. 

The Sixteenth Annual Convocation will be 
held at such time and place as the Bishop 
may appoint. 



Northern California Mission. 

Comprising all that part of the State of California lying north of the southern Une of 
the counties of Sonoma, Napa, Solano, Sacramento, Amador, and El Dorado. 

Population (1889), 300,397 ; square miles, 52, 564. 

The Rt. Rev. John Henry Ducachet Wingfield, D.D., LL.D. (1874), Missionary Bishop, 
St. Augustine College, Benicia. 



Auburn, St. Luke's, 18. J. T. Shurtleff. 

Benicia, St. Paul's, 52. H. H. Wilcox. 

Cloverdale, Good Shepherd, 25. John 
Port mess. 

Colusa, Mission, 8. C. M. Hoge. 

Eureka, Christ, 55. James Hulme. 

Folsom, Trinity, 13. J. T. Shurtleff. 

Fort Jones, St. Paul's, 30. T. H. Gilbert. 

Grass Valley, Emmanuel, 30. H. H. Wil- 
cox. 

Healdsburg, St. Paul's, 25. T.W.Brotherton. 

Lakeport, Trinity, 26. 

Marysville, St. John's, 32. A. B. Spaight. 

Napa City, Christ, 6Q. C. S. Fackenthall. 

Nevada, Trinity, 29. H. H. Wilcox. 

Petaluma, St. John's, 80. 

Placerville, The Saviour. C. C. Pierce. 

Red Buff. Robert Ritchie. 

Sacramento, St. PauVs, 190. J. F.Herrlich. 

Santa Rosa, Incarnation, 75. J. Avery 
Shepherd, D.D. 

St. Helena, Grace, 12. 

Suisun, Grace, 45. W. A. M. Breck. 

Vacaville, 5. W. A. M. Breck. 

Vallejo, Ascension, 77. William Bollard. 

Wheatland, Grace, 23. J. T. Shurtleff. 

Winters, St. Stephen's, 17. W. A. M. 
Breck 

Woodland, St. Luke's, 34. C. M. Hoge. 



Yreka, St. Mark's, 47. T. H. Gilbert. 



Secretary of Convocation. — Rev. C. S. Fack- 
enthall, Napa City. 

Treasurer of Convocation. — Rev. W. A. M. 
Breck, Suisnn. 

Chancellor. — W. B. Lardner, Esq., Auburn. 

Begistrar. — R. O. Cravens, "Sacramento. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. J. A. Shepherd, 
D.D., A. B. Spaight ; Messrs. S. C. Gray, 
A. A. Van Voorhies. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. J. A. Shep- 
herd, A. B. Spaight. 

Board of Missions. — Revs. J. T. Shurtleff, 
John Portmess; Mr. S. H. Hutchinson. 

The St. Augustine College, Benicia. Founded 
1867. — the Bishop, pres. 

St. Mary of the Pacific, Benicia. Founded 
1871. — A church school for girls. The 
Bishop, pres. 

Statistics for year ending Easter Day, 1889. 
— Clergy, 19; parishes and missions, 24; 
baptisms, 337 ; confirmations, 207 ; com- 
municants, 1,013 ; marriages, 107 ; burials, 
144; S. S. teachers, 120; S. S. scholars, 
1,038; total of contributions, 825,685. 

The Sixteenth Annual Convocation will meet 
where and when the Bishop appoints. 



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New-Mexico and Arizona Mission, 

Population (1889), 185,000 ; square miles, 235,117. 
The Rt. Rev. John Mills Kendrick, D.D. Residence, Albuquerque, N. M. 



NEW-MEXICO. 

Albuquerque, St. Johns, 87. 

Chama, 6. 

Denning, St. Luke's, 11. Edward C. Cross. 

Fort Bayard, 10. 

Fort Union, 11. J. A. M. La Tourette. 

Las Cruces, St. James', 23. H. Forrester. 

Las Vegas, St. Paul's, 52. 

Mesilla, St. James", 23. H. Forrester. 

Raton, Mission, 8. 

Santa Fe, Holy Faith, 42. E. W. Meany. 

San Marcial, 8. 

Silver City, Good Shepherd, 16. E. S. Cross. 

Socorro, 18. 

Wafr°ous M ° Und ' ( 19 * J- A. M. La Tourette. 

White Oaks, 5. 



Globe, 10. 

Prescott, Mission, 15. 



Tombstone, St. Paul's, 24 

Tucson, Grace, 40. ) D nr t, ^ T . 

Phoenix, Trinity, 63. | R ' W « Pearson, D.D. 

Secretary.— Rev. R. W. Pearson, D.D., 
Phoenix, A. T. 

Treasurer.— Mx. W. W. Griffin, Santa Fe, 
N. M. 

Registrar.— Rev. H. Forrester, Mesilla, 
N. M. 

Chancellor. — Hon. L. B. Prince. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. R. W. Pear- 
son, D.D.; E. S. Cross, H. Forrester. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. J. A. M. La 
Tourette (pres.), E. W. Meany (sec), 
Hon. W. C. Hazledine, Hon. L. B. Prince. 

Statistics for year ending Sept. 1, 1889. — 
Clergy, 6 ; missions, 10 ; candidates for 
holy orders, 2; baptisms, 80; confirma- 
tions, 40 ; communicants, 459 ; marriages, 
20 ; burials, 22; S. S. teachers, 25; S. S. 
scholars, 229 ; total of contributions, 
$10,472.79. 



Montana Mission. 

Population (1880), 160,000; square miles, 143,776. 
The Rt. Rev. Leigh Richmond Brewer, S.T.D. (1880), Missionary Bishop, Helena. 



Anaconda, St. Mark's, 38. W. E. Nies. 

Billings, St. Luke's, 44. C. H. Linley. 

Boulder, St. Thomas', 7. R. P. Eubanks. 

Bozeman, St. James 7 , 46. F. B. Lewis. 

Butte, St. John's, 147. S. C. Biackiston. 

Deer Lodge, St. James', 37. 

Dillon, St. James', 51. S. D. Hooker. 

Fort Benton, St. Paul's, 25. H. E. Clowes. 

Fort Keogh, 11. 

Fort Shaw, 7. R. P. Eubanks. 

Gallatin Valley, M., 9. F. B. Lewis. 

Granite, ££ Peter' sM., 13. 

Great Falls, Grace M., 35. H. E. Clowes. 

Harrison, 9. E. G. Prout. 

Helena, St. Peter's, 355. F. T. Webb. 

Livingston, St. Andrew's, 31, J. W. Yan 

Ingen. 
Madison Valley, Trinity, 17. E. G. Prout. 
Marysville, St. Mary's, 25. R. P. Eubanks. 
Miles City, Emmanuel, 35. 
Missoula, Holy Spirit, 46. Geo. Stewart. 
Philip sburg, St. Andrew's, 20. 
Sheriden, St fluke's, 14. S. D. Hooker. 



Sun River, 7. 
Townsend, St. JohrCs, 17. 
Virginia City, St. Paul's, 3 



R. P. Eubanks. 
3. E. G. Prout. 



Secretary and Registrar of Convocation.-— 
Rev. E. G. Prout, Virginia City. 

Treasurer. — S. J. Jones, Helena. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. E. G. Prout, 
F. T. Webb; Messrs. Win. Steele, J. D. 
Wilson. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. F. B. Lewis, 
F. T. Webb. 

Statistics for year ending Aug. 1, 1889.— 
Clergy, 13 ; parishes and missions, 28 ; 
baptisms: infants, 180, adults, 37; con- 
firmations, 118; communicants; 1.249; 
marriages, 95 ; burials, 134 ; S. S. teach- 
ers, 115; S. S. scholars, 854 ; total of con- 
tributions, $27,556.08. 

The Fifth Annual Convocation will meet 
at such place and time as the Bishop may 
appoint. 



WYOMING AND IDAHO. 



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Washington Mission. 

Population (1889), 150,000 ; square miles, 69,994 
The Rt. Rev. John Adams Paddock, D.D. (1880), Missionary Bishop, Tacoma. 



Centralis, St. John's, 22. Edward Davis. 

Chehalis, Epiphany, 21. R. M. Johnson. 

Colfax, Good Samaritan, 20. I ™- q.,, 

Dayton, Grace, 11. j" 

East Sound, Emmanuel, 23. S. R. S. Gray. 

North- Seattle, Good Shepherd, 15. G. H. 
Watson. 

Olympia, St, John's, 48. Horace H. Buck. 

Pomeroy, St. Peter's, 11. William Gill. 

Port Townsend, St. Paul's, 59. Jesse C. 
Taylor. 

Seattle, Trinity, 225. George H. Watson. 

St. Mark's. C. L. Fitchett. 

Sehome, 10. P. E. Hyland. 

Spokane Falls, All Saints', 125. C. B. Craw- 
ford. 

Sprague, St. Matthew's, 22. Edward Davis. 

Tacoma, Holy Communion, 25. 

St. Luke's, 160. J. D. Hills. 

St. Peter's, 22. R. M. Wilson. 

Trinity. L. H. Wells. 

Vancouver, St. Luke's, 76. Mardon D. Wil- 
son. 

Walla Walla, St. Paul's, 71. F. W. White. 

Whatcom, 13. P. E. Hyland. 

Yakima (North), St. Michael's, 19. R. D. 
Nevins, D.D. 

Secretary of Convention. — Rev. A. S. Nichol- 
son, Hillhurst. 

Treasurer Convocation and Hospital Funds. 
— L. E. Post. 



Treasurer Disabled Clergy Funds. — N. B. 
Coffman, Chehalis. 

Treasurer Diocesan Board of Missions. — 
R. G. O'Brien, Olympia. 

Registrar. — Rev. M. D. Wilson, Vancouver. 

Standing Committee. — Revs. A. S. Nichol- 
son, G. U. Watson ; Messrs, E. P. Ferry, 
G. E. Atkinson. 

Examining Chaplains. — Revs. G. H. Wat- 
son, C. B. Crawford. 

Grace Hospital, Seattle. — Rev. G. H. Wat- 
son, chap. 

Spokane School for Girls. — Miss Somer- 
vilie, prin. 

St. Paul's School for Girls, Walla Walla. — 
Rev. F. W. White, rector; Miss Weaver, 
prin. 

The Annie Wright Seminary, Tacoma. — 
Mrs. Sarah K. White, prin. 

The Fannie C Paddock Memorial Hospital, 
Tacoma. — Rev. E. F. Miles, M.D., chap. 

Washington College for Boys, Tacoma. — 
D. S. Pulford, prin. 

Statistics for the year ending May 23, 1889. 
— Clergy, 17 ; parishes and missions, 22 ; 
baptisms : infants, 161, adults, 30 ; con- 
firmations, 84 ; communicants, 977 ; mar- 
riages, 78 ; burials, 111 ; S. S. teachers, 92 ; 
S. S. scholars, 895 ; total of contributions, 
$29,608.12. 

The Ninth Annual Convocation will meet 
at the call of the Bishop. 



Wyoming and Idaho Mission. 

Population (1880), 53,399; square miles, 184,089. 

The Rt. Rev. Ethblbeiit Talbot, D.D. (1887), Missionary Bishop, Laramie City, 
Wyoming Terr. 



WYOMING. 

Big Horn, 5. 

Buffalo, St, Luke's, 36. F. C. Eldred. 

Carbon, St. John's, 17. Isaac Dawson. . ; 

Cheyenne, St. Mark's^ 100. G. C. Rafter. 

Evanston, St. Paul's, 30. Allen Judd. 

Fort Washakie, 6. J. Roberts, 

Green River, St. Paul's, 10. W. M. Lane. 

Lander, Trinity, 18. J. Roberts. 

Laramie, St. Matthew's, 120. Geo. H. Cornell, 



North Fork. J. Roberts. 

Rawlins, St. Thomas', 40. G. W. G. Van* 

Winkle. 
Rock Springs, Holy Communion, 30.. .. W. M. 

Lane. 
Sheridan, 3. 
Shoshone Agency, Mission, 17. Jno. 

Roberts. 
— =— Mission to Shoshones. John Roberts. 
— — Mission to Arapahoes. John Roberts. 



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THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



Bellevue, St. Paul's, 20. J. F. Brindley. 
Blackfort, Holy Innocents', 8. 
Boise" City, St. Michael's, 140. D. C. Pattee. 
Emmett, St. Mary's, 12. F. W. Crook. 
Hailey, Emmanuel, 50. J. F. Brindley. 
Idaho City, St. Mark's, 30. F. W. Crook. 
Ketchum, St. Mark's, 18. I. T. Osborn. 
Lewiston, Nativity. 27. John D. McConkey. 
Mountain Home, Trinity, 6. ) n -d w 
Silver City, St. James', U. \ G ' Buzzelle - 
Wallace, .Holy Trinity, 14. D. G. Gunn. 



Secretary and Registrar. — Prof. J. F. Soule, 
Treasurer. — M. Dawson, Laramie, Wyo. 



Standing Committee. — Revs. G. C. Rafter, 
Geo. H. Cornell; Messrs. J. C. Coniey, 
Thomas B. Adams. 

Chancellor. — Hon. W. W. Peck, Cheyenne. 

Examining Chaplains. — For Wyoming : 
Revs. A. Judd, R. E. G. Huntington. For 
Idaho : Revs. D. C. Pattee, I. T. Osborn. 

Deanof the Convocation. — Rev. G. C. Rafter. 

Statistics for 1889.— Clergy, 22 ; parishes and 
missions, 30 ; baptisms : infants, 170 ; 
adults, 43; confirmations, 130; communi- 
cants, 1,412; marriages, 43; burials, 70; 
S. S. teachers, 80 ; S. S. scholars, 900 ; 
total of contributions, ; 23,250. 

The Second Convocation will be held when 
and where the Bishop appoints. 



The Missionary Jurisdiction of The Platte, in the State of Nebraska. 

50,000 sq. miles ; 432,000 population. 

Embracing that portion of the State west of the counties through which the ninety-eighth 

meridian 



The Rev. Anson Rogers Graves, D.D., Bishop Elect. 
This year this Diocese is noted under " Nebraska," p. 122. 



Indian Territory Mission. 
The Rt. Rev. Henry Niles Pierce, LL.D. (1870), Bishop in charge, Little Rock, Ark 
Guthrie, Trinity. H. B. Jefferson. 

Cheyenne and Arapahoe Agency. — Rev. David Oakerhater (Native), Darlington, I. T. 
Kiowa and Comanche Agency. — Rev. 



FOREIGN MISSIONS. 

Mexican Mission, 

This Mission is under the direct control of the Presiding Bishop of the American 
Church, the Constitution of the Mexican Church being temporarily in abeyance. 



Superintendent— -Rev. W. B. Gordon, Apar- 

tado 430. Mexico City. 
Cuerpo Ecclesiastico. — Revs. A. Carrion 

(pres,), J. Hernandez, E. Lopez, I. B. Bus- 

tarnente (sec), C. Seprandi. 
Training School. — Rev. J. Hernandez in 

charge. 
Girls' Orphanage. — Mrs. M. J. Hooker in 

charge. 
Advisory Committee in United States. — Revs. 

H. Y. Satterlee, D.D. (pres.), GL F. 

Michtner (sec), D. H. Greer, D.D., Geo. 

W. Smith, D.D., J. H. Ecclestcn, D.D.; 



Hons. Alex. Rice, Edward* Pierrepont, 
C. Stewart Pat'erson: Mr. W. G. Boulton 
(treas.), 71 Wall St., N. Y. 

All the workers in the field should be ad- 
dressed care of superintendent, Apar- 
tado 430, City of Mexico. 

Statistics. — Priests (foreign, 1, native, 4), 5 ; 
lay-preachers (native), 9; teachers (for- 
eign, 3, native, 9), 12; mission stations, 
30; baptisms, 68; communicants, about 
885 ; members, about 3,000 ; scholars in 
mission schools: boarders, 50, day- 
scholars, 245. 



WEST-AFRICAN. 



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Haitien Mission. 

Under the charge of a Commission of the House of Bishops, and receiving assistance 
from the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society. 

The Rt. Rev. James Theodore Holly, D.D., LL.D., Bishop, Port-au-Prince, Haiti. 



Bastien, S. U. L., Acul. 
Battiste, Alexandre, Port au-Prince. 
Bauduy, St. Denis, Port-au-Prince. 
Benedict, Charles E., Aux Gayes. 
Brown, Frangois J., Gros Morne. 
Cadiche, Isaac, Thomode. 
Constant, Jean J., Buteau. 
Holly, John A., Port-au Prince. 
Holly, Theodore F., Port-au-Prince. 
Jones, Pierre E., Jdremie. 
Ledan, Louis Duplessis, Torbeck. 
Michel, Daniel, Petit Fond. 
Michel, Hyacinthe, Trianon. 



TEACHERS. 



Mrs. Battiste, Port-au-Prince. 

Mr. Alexander Fargeau, Port-au-Prince. 



Statistics for theyear ending June 30,1889. — 
Clergy, 15; mission stations, 17; postu- 
lants, 3 ; baptisms : infants, 47 ; confirma- 
tions, 5 ; communicants, 382; marriages, 
8; burials, 33; day scholars, 189; S. S. 
scholars, 124; total of contributions, 
$317.55. 



West-African Mission. 

The Rt Rev. Samuel David Ferguson, D.D. (1885), Missionary Bishop, Harper, Cape 

Palmas, Liberia. 

clergy. Valentine (pres.), James H. Dennis 

(sec). 

Cape Palmas Orphan Asylum and Girls' 
School, — Mr. J. J. Neal, supt. 

Hoffman Institute and High School, Cape 
"Palmas. — Rev. M. P. Keda Valentine. 

St. John's School and St. George's Hall, 
Cape Mount. — Rev. 0. E. Hemie Shannon 
and Mrs. M. R. Brierley. 
(There are several smaller native board- 
ing schools.) 

Statistics for ye&r ending June, 1889. — 
Clergy, 17; mission stations, 60; candi- 
dates for orders (Liberian), 8 ; postulants 
(Liberian, 3, native, 3), 6; ordination : 1 ; 
baptisms : infants, 90, adults, 103 ; confir- 
mations, 106 ; communicants, 612 ; mar- 
riages, 12; burials, 32; S. S. scholars, 
908 ; boarding and day scholars, 877 ; 
total of contributions, $1, 416.56. There 
are 22 day schools, 11 boarding schools 
and 29 Sunday Schools in all connected 
Standing Committee.— -Revs. M. P. Keda with the Mission. 



Blacklidge, J. W. (Liberian), St. Paul's 
River. 

Fair, W. A, Grand Bassa. 

Gabla, Brownell, T. C. (native), Kabo. 

Gibson, G. W. (Liberian), Monrovia. 

Gibson, Joseph T., Caldwell. 

Gibson, R. H. (Liberian), Graway. 

Hunte, Edward (Liberian), Crozierville. 

Merriam, Horatio C. Nyema (native), Hoff- 
man Station. 

Monger, J. G. (Liberian), Sinoe. 

Moort, Paulus (in the U. S.). 

Shannon— Hemie, O. E. (native), Hoffman 
Station. 

Valentine— Keda, M. P. (native), Cutting- 
ton, Cape Palmas. 

Vinton — Foda, A. H. (native), Hidebo. 

Williams, John B., Bassa. 



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THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



[China Mission. 

The Rt. Rev. William Jones Boone, D.D. (1884), Missionary Bishop, St. John's College, 

Shanghai. 

clergy. Standing Committee. — Revs. E. H. Thomson 

(pres.), Y. K. Yen, F. R. Graves, A. H. 
Locke, S. C. Partridge, Henry W. Boone, 
M.D. 

St. Johns College, Shanghai. — Faculty, the 
Bishop {dean Theological School)-, Revs. 
Y. K. Yen, F. L. H. Pott, H. W. Boone, 
M.D. {head of Medical School), Percy 
Mathews, M.D. 

St. Mary's Ball— Mrs. Pott. 

St. Luke's Hospital.— B.. W. Boone, M.D. 

St. John's Dispensary. — Percy Mathews, M. D. 

Bishop Boone Memorial School {Boys), Wu- 
chang. — Rev. S. C. Partridge. 

Jane Bohlen Memorial School {Girls). — 
Mrs. Graves. 

(There are 46 day-schools conducted by 
the Mission.) 

Christ's Hospital {for Men), Wuchang. — 
Wm. A. Deas, M.D. 

Elizabeth Bunn Memorial Hospital {for 
Women and Children), Wuchang.— Marie 
Haslep, M.D. 

Statistics for year ending June 30, 1889. — 
Mission stations, 35; clergy, 28; mission- 
ary physicians, 4; lay foreign teachers, 
10 ; native assistants, 51 ; candidates for 
holy orders, 3 ; medical students, 7 ; bap- 
tisms : infants, 56 ; adults, 81 ; confirma- 
tions, 57 ; communicants, 460 ; marriages, 
11; burials, 31; S. S. scholars, 1,006; 
day and boarding scholars, 1,123; total 
of contributions, $439.65. 



Chang, Chi Jen, Shanghai. 
Chang, Ts Ming, Ziang Kong. 
Chu, Tz Shin, Kong Wan. 
Chu, Yu Tang, Shanghai. 
Chun, Sung Lu, Nan Ziang. 
Fung, Tsen-Seng, Wuchang. 
Graves, Frederick R., Wuchang. 
Hsia, Ching Pang, Wuchang. 
Hwa, Ssz Chia, Shanghai. 
Hwang, Ming Kao, Hang Yan. 
Ku, Chun Lin, Tsungr Zu. 
Kwei, Mei-peng, Wu Hu. 
Li, Kai Ching, Kia Ding. 
Locke, Arthur H., Hankow. 
Neigh, Tsang-Fa, Hankow. 
Partridge, Sidney C, Wuchang. 
Pott, Francis L. H., Shanghai. 
Sih, Yuin Yu, Da Tsang. 
Sowerby, Herbert, Wuchang. 
Thomson, E. H. (in the U. S.). 
Tsuir., I Fu, Wuchang. 
Wang., Swim. I., I. Chang. 
Woo, Hong Neok, Kia Ding. 
Wu, Ching Chang, Shanghai. 
Yang Shian Heng, Hankow. 
Yen, Yung Kiung, Shanghai. 

MISSIONARY PHYSICIANS. 

Henry W. Boone, M.D., Shanghai. 
William A. Deas, M.D. [absent]. 
Percy Mathews, M.D., Shanghai. 
Marie Haslep, M.D., Wuchang. 



Greek Mission. 

Miss Marion Muir, Athens, teacher ; 16 assistant teachers ; about 500 pupils 



Japan Mission. 

The Rt. Rev. Channing Moorb Williams, D.D. (1866) [resigned], Tokio. 
The Rev. Edward Abbott, D.D., Bishop Elect. 

clergy Morris, Arthur R., Tokio. 

Page, Henry D. (in the United States). 

Ambler, John C, Tokio. TaiMasakazu, Tokio. 

Cole, J. Thompson, Tokio. Tyng, Theodosius S., Osaka. 

Dooman, Isaac, Nara, Woodman, Edmund R., Tokio. 
Francis, Joseph M., Tokio, 

Law, Victor *?., M.D., Tokio. mxssionary physician. 

McKim, John, Osaka. Henry Laning, M.D., Osaka, 



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Standing Committee.— Revs. A. R. Morris, 
H. D. Page, J. T. Cole (sec.) ; Henry 
Laning, M.D., Prof. J. McD. Gardiner. 

Schools.— St. Paul's for boys, Tokio, Mr. J. 
McD. Gardiner, head-master; St. Agnes' 
for girls, Osaka, Miss Emma Williamson 
in charge ; St. Margaret's for girls, Tokio, 
in charge. There are 19 Sunday- 
schools and 3 boarding and 4 day schools, 
besides Trinity Divinity and Catechetical 
School, conected with the Mission. 



Statistics for year ending June, 1889. — 
Mission stations, 52; clergy, 13; foreign 
teachers and workers (including wives of 
missionaries), 22; Japanese assistants, 
62 ; candidates for orders, — ; baptisms : 
infants, 77, adults, 248; confirmations, 
164; communicants, 865; marriages, 5; 
burials, 23; day scholars, 193 ; boarding 
scholars, 245 ; S. S. scholars, 597 ; total of 
contributions, $1,900. 



American Churches on the Continent of Europe. 
Organized and forming part of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States 

of America, under Canon Y., Title 3d, of the Digest of Canons. 
The Rt. Rev. Theodore Benedict Lyman, D.D., LL.D., Bishop in charge, Raleigh, N. C. 

Secretary of Convocation. — John Cornell, 
Nice, France. 

Statistics Summary of 1889 of the Protestant 
Episcopal Church, United 'States of Amer- 
ica, European Jurisdiction. — Clergy, 7 ; 
churches, 6 ; rectories, 2 ; 1 house for 
nurses and for the sick ; baptisms : in- 
fants, 49, adults, 3 ; confirmations, 115 ; 
communicants, 497; marriages, 30; 
burials, 51; S. S. teachers, 4 ; S. S. 
scholars, 30 ; contributions, $3,206 ; value 
of church property, $132,050. 



FRANCE. 

Nice, Holy Spirit. John Cornell, chap. 
Paris, Holy Trinity. J. B. Morgan, D.D., 
rector. 

GERMANY. 

Dresden, St. John' 's. T. F. Caskey, rector. 

ITALY. 

Rome, St. Paul's. R. J. Nevin, D.D., rector. 
Florence, St. James' '. E. B. Russell, chap. 

SWITZERLAND. 

Geneva, Emmanuel. G. E. Purucker, chap. 



The 


Religions 


of the World. 




RELIGIONS. 


People's 
Cyclopedia. 


Chambers' 
Cyclopedia 

(1883). 


S. M. Schmncker, 
LL.D., in Hist, of 

All Relig'ns (1884). 


Johnson's 

New Universal 

Cyclopedia. 


Buddhists 


483,000.000 
371,000,000 
139,500,000 
103,500,000 
8,000,000 

189,000,000 


482,600,000 
353,000,000 
120,000,000 
120,000,000 
7,425,707 

189,000,000 


327,666,000 


340,000,000 


Christians 




Hindoos 




Mohammedans 


155,000,000 
7,000,000 

763,666,666 


160,000,000 


Jews 


6,000,003 


Fetichism (Aboriginal tribes of 
Africa and America) 


Pagans 


200,000,000 









Relative Growth of the Roman Catholic, Greek and Protestant Population. 



VARIOUS GOVERNMENTS. 


Year 1700. 


Year 1S76. 


Population under Roman Catholic governments 


90,000. roo 

33,000,000 
32,000,000 


180.787,905 


" ** Greek Church " 


96.101,891 


" " Protestant " 


408,569,612 







in 



THE PAROCHIAL LIST. 



The Growth of Christianity by Centuries, 



Close of 1st century 500,000 

2,000,000 

5,000,000 

10,000,000 

15,000,000 

20.000,000 

25,000,000 

30,000,000 

..40,000,000 



" « 


' 2d 


<« i 


' 3d 


M * 


' 4th 


" ' 


k 5th 


«l * 


' 6th 


(« i 


' 7th 


It * 


1 8th 


" * 


■ 9th 



Close of 10th century. 50,000,000 

" " 11th " 70,000,000 

" " 12th " 80,000.000 

" " 13th " 75,000,000 

" " 14th " 80,000,000 

" " 15th " 100,000,000 

" " 10th " 125,000,000 

" " 17th " 155,OU0O0O 

" " 18th " 200,000,000 



Largest Churches in the World. 



'No. Persons 
Will Contain. 

St. Peter's, Rome 54,000 

Cathedral, Milan 37,000 

St. Paul's, Rome 32.000 

St. Paul's, London 25,000 

St. Petronia, Bologna . .. 24.400 

Cathedral, Florence 24,300 

Cathedral Antwerp 24,000 

St. Sophia's, Constantinople. 23,000 



No. Persons 
Will Contain. 

St. John's, Lateran 22,900 

Notre Dame, Paris 21,000 

Cathedral, Pisa 13,000 

St. Stephen's, Vienna 12,400 

St. Dominic's, Bologna 12,000 

St. Peter's, Bologna 11,400 

Cathedral, Vienna 11,000 

St. Mark's, Venice 7,500 



Some Bible Facts and Figures. 

The Old Testament contains 2,728,100 letters, 592 493 words, 23,214 verses, 929 chapters, and 
39 books. The New Testament contains 838.380 letters, 181,253 words, 7,959 verses, 2ti0 chap- 
ters, and 27 books. Total for Old and New Testaments : 8,566,480 letters, 773,746 words, 31,178 
verses, 1,189 chapters, and 66 books, 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF THE CLERGY. 



173 



(gstural ^IpjjaMxnd psi 0f t\t €Ux$s* 



BISHOPS, PRIESTS, AND DEACONS. 

Abbreviations : r., rector ; m., missionary or minister ; 0., officiating ; a. m., assistant 
minister; ch., chaplain ; t, teaching ; pr., president ; princ., principal ; p., professor ; col., 
college ; can., canon ; ed., editor. 



Post-Office Address. 

Abbott, Asa A., r Evansville, Ind. 

Abbott, Benjamin H., m Carbondale, Pa. 

Abbott, Cornelius S., r Belleville, N. J. 

Abbott, Edward, r Cambridge, Mass. 

Abel, Alfred M., ch. andw. Jonestown, Pa. 
Ackley, Wm. N., r..Narragansett Pier, R. I. 

Acworth, John West Bend, Wis. 

Adam, S. P .Glastonbury. Ct. 

Adams, C Graham, D.D Lockport, N.Y. 

Adams, Chas. G., r Southport, Ct. 

Adams, Charles J Chicago, 111. 

Adams, Franklin W., r Elkhart, Ind. 

Adams, Geo. D., m Marion, Ind. 

Adams, Henry A Buffalo, N. Y. 

Adams, Innes O., r Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Adams, J. Charles, M.D Lake City, Minn. 

Adams, Richard S., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Adams, Samuel F Middle Haddam, Ct. 

Adams, William, D.D., p. 5em.Nash0tah.Wis. 
ADAMS, WILLIAM FORBES, D.D., 

Bishop of Eastou Easron, Md. 

Adamson, Wm. S New-York, N. Y. 

Addison, Charles M., r. . . .Fitchburg, Mass. 

Addison, Daniel D Beverly, Mas*. 

Addison, Thos. G., D.D., r. Washington, D.C. 

Adkins, F. Bache, r Quautico. Md. 

Adler, R. J., r Green Island, N. Y. 

Agnew, W. J. Clarke Houtzdale, Pa. 

Aigner, Martin L., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Akerly, Benjamin, D.D.,r. Oakland, Cal. 

Akerly, Samuel M Newburgh, N. Y. 

Albert, Martin, m New-York, N. Y. 

Alcorn, Edwin C St. Louis, Mo. 

Alcotr, G. A New Haven, Ct. 

Alexander, A 

Alexander, J. B..Port Townsend, Wash. Ter. 

Alger, William J., r Woburn, Mass. 

Allen, Alexander, r ... Lincoln. Neb. 

Allen,A.V.G., D.T>.,p.sem., Cambridge,Mass. 

Allen, Charles M Bayonne, N. J. 

Allen, Frederick B., gen. miss. Boston, Mass. 

Allen, G. E '. Worcester, Mass. 

Allen, George P., D.D., r. . . . Bethlehem, Pa. 

Allen, Henry F., r, Boston, Mass. 

Allen, H. J. W., r. Glenloch, Pa. 

Allen, Nathaniel G Auburndale, Mass. 

Allen, Sturges, o New-York, N. Y. 

Allen, Theodore L., r Fenton, Mich. 



Post- Office Address. 

Allen, Thomas K., m... La Crosse, Wis. 

Allen, Walter B . Stafford Springs, Ct. 

Allen, William E., r Trumansburg, N. Y. 

Allen, William T., m Jacksonville, Ala. 

Allston B., r Plantersville, S. C. 

Almon, Foster H., m Mechanicsburg, Pa. 

Almquist, Peter A., m Danville, 111. 

Alrich, W. A Orange, N . J. 

Alsop, Reese F., D.D., r. . . .Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Alston, Ossian, m Burlison, Tenn. 

Alston, Primus P., Charlotte, N. C. 

Ambler, John, m Fairmount, W. Va. 

Ambler, Thomas M., r Ashland, Va. 

Ames, John G Japan. 

Amory, Augustine H., r Lawrence, Mass. 

Anderson, A. Peyton Cal. 

Anderson, Alfred, m Memphis. Tenn. 

Anderson, John C, r Foresrville, Md. 

Anderson, N. B., M.D Louisville, Ky. 

Anderson. Richard W., r. . .Texarkana, Ark. 

Andrew, John J., r Savannah, Ga. 

Andrews, A. B Healdsburg, Cal. 

Andrews, Charles D., r St. Paul, Minn. 

Andrews, Wm. G.,D.D., r Guilford, Ct. 

Angell, Edmund A. , r .Foxburg, Pa. 

Angell, Thomas B., r Harrisburgh, Pa. 

Anketell, John New-York, N. Y. 

Anstice, Henry, D.D., r Rochester, N. Y. 

Anthon, Edward New- York, N. Y. 

Antrim, J. A., r Leadville, Col. 

Apple, C. A Brunswick. Ga. 

Appleby, T. H. M. V St. Paul, Minn. 

Applegate, Legh W., r . . Streator. 111. 

Applegate, O m D.D.. r Newburgh, N.Y. 

Appleton, Edward W., D.D., r., 

Ashbourne. Pa. 

Appleton, J. Hervey New-York, N. Y. 

Appleton, John P., r Boonton, N. J. 

Appleton, Frank, a. in Providence, R I. 

Appleton, Sanvl E., D.D., r. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Archdeacon, J. Q., r St. James, N. Y. 

Arey, Charles, D.D., r Salem, Mass. 

Armstrong, Charles M Laurel. Del. 

Armstrong, Edwin R., r Stafford, N. Y. 

Armstrong, J. W. , r Croswell, Mich. 

Armstrong, Wm. C Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Arnold, A. J Philadelphia, Pa. 

Arnold, Charles L., r Wilmington, N. C. 



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Post-Office Address. 

Arnold, C. W Orlando, Fla. 

Arnold, Francis E West-Vincent, Pa. 

Arnold, Otis New-York, N. Y. 

Arnold, Otto New-York, N. Y. 

Arrowsmith, Harold, r.. Bergen Point, N. J. 

Arthur, John, r Oneida, N. Y. 

Arthur, Louis A Detroit, Mich. 

Arundel, A. W., m Denver, Col. 

Ashley, Edward Ft. Bennett, S. Dak. 

Ashley, Wm. B., D.D., canon, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Ashman, J. W in Ei-gland. 

Ashton, Amos T., r Garnerville, N. Y. 

Ashton, James W., r Olean, N. Y. 

Aspinwall, John A Washington, D. C # 

Assheton, W. Herbert, r St. Louis. Mo. 

Atkin, F. N., r Denison, Tex. 

Atkins, A. B.,D.D.,r Conshohocken, Pa. 

Atkinson, Edward E Chicopee, Mass. 

Atkinson, John Onancock, Va. 

Atkinson, Thomas, a, m. .Fayetteville, N. C. 
Atmore, W. 8. Simpson .. Gainesville, Fla. 
Atwell, B. W., gen. miss., Bellow's Falls, Yt. 

Atwill, E. R., D.D., r Toledo, O. 

Atwood, Julius W., r Providence, R. I. 

Auld, Harry F., r Mott Haven, N. Y. 

Avery, Frederick B., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Avery, R. N., D.D., r Cannelton, Ind. 

Avery, W. H., r Atlantic City, N. J. 

Aves, Charles S., r Norwalk, O. 

Aves, Henry D., r Cleveland, O. 

Avirett, J. B., r Upper Marlboro, Md. 

Ayer, Jo epti C , m. South Groveland, Mass. 

Ayer, W. F., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ayers, David J., r Haverhill, Mass. 

Ayres, G. W. S.. r Middleport, N. Y. 

Ayres, Nelson Bay St. Louis, Miss. 

Ayers, Win. W., r Lawrence, Kan. 

Babbitt, Dean R., D.C.L.,r. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Babbitt, Franklin, r. Nyack, N. Y. 

Babcock, Chas., p. col Ithaca, N. Y. 

Babcock, Chas. H., D.D., r. Providence, R. I. 
Babcock, Edward W., a. m.. New- York, N.Y. 
Babcock, Eugene J., r. . .Canandaigua, N. Y. 

Babcock, John H., m Mitchell, S. Dak. 

Babcock, Samuel G., a. m... Westerly, R. I. 

Babcock, Theo., D.D., r Manlius, N. Y. 

Babcock. Wm. R., D.D., 

Narragansett Pier, R. I. 

Babin, J Cincinnati, O. 

Babin, J. O., r Portsmouth, O. 

Bacchus, John G., D.D., r.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bache, John O New-York, N. Y. 

Backus, Arthur M Dedham, Mass. 

Backus, Brady E., D.D., r.New-York, N. Y. 
Bacon, Thomas S., D.D.,?-.Buckeystown, Md. 

Badger, Frank E Chenango Forks, N. Y. 

Badger, Henry L., r Portsmouth, O. 

Badger, N. N., r Cialtou, Pa. 

Badger, Wm. H Philadelphia, Pa. 

Baer, W. S Cupola, Pa. 

Baez, Juan D., r Key West, Fla. 

Bagnall, Isaac T., r Providence, R. I. 

Baggs, Charles H., ch Chicago, 111. 

Bailey, Albert H., D.D t .r Sheldon, Vt. 

Bailey, Frederick W Natick, Mass. 

Bailey, George H., r St. Johnsbury, Vt. 



Post- Office Address. 
Bailey, Matthew A., M.D., r. Edgewater, N.J. 

Bailey, Melville K., r Branford, Ct. 

Bailey, Samuel R Md. 

Baker, Alfred B., r Princeton, N. J. 

Baker, Anthony G Philadelphia, Pa. 

Baker, Brooks O., M.D., r.McLeansboro, 111. 

Baker, Charles R., r Brooklyn, N. Y 

Baker,E. Folsom, r.Cold Spring Harbor,NY. 

Baker, Frank W., r Covington, Ky. 

Baker, Geo. Stuart, supt.. New-York, N.Y. 

Baker, Leroy F., r Harrisburg, Pa. 

Baker, Walter, D.D. , a. m Covington, Ky. 

Bakes, Thomas, a. in Lowell, Mass. 

Bakewell, A. G., o New-Orleans, La. 

Bakewell, John, D.D., r. Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Balcom, R. B.,r Jackson, Mich. 

Baldwin, L. B., r Keene, N. H. 

Baldy, Hurly Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ball, Clarence E , r Rockville, Ct 

Ballard, George G., a. m Buffalo, N. Y. 

Ballard, J. R., prime Tallahassee, Fla. 

Ballentine, Frank S.,r Scranton, Pa. 

Balsley, Enos J., rn Antrim, Pa. 

Bamford, W. H Indianapolis, Ind. 

Bancroft, Joseph W., g. d. ra.Hastings, Mich. 
Bancroft, L. W. , D.D . . .Worcester, Mass. 
Banister, John M., D.D., r..Huntsville, Ala. 
Banister, T. Lewis, 7\..Constableville, N. Y. 

Bannister, Amos , m Alamosa, Col. 

Barber, H. 11., r Ripon, Wis. 

Barber, Joseph, m DuBois, Pa. 

Barber, R. W., r . . Wilkesboro, N. C. 

Barber, Samuel S., o . . .Lake Comlort, N. C. 
Barber, Theodore P., D.D., r.Cambridge, Md. 

Barbour, Henry M., r Trenton, N. J. 

Barbour, John H Middletown, Ct. 

Bardens, William, r Warsaw, 111. 

Barhydt, Geo. W., a. m Plainville, Ct. 

Barker, Darius Olivet, Mich. 

Barker, Thomas B., r Athens, Pa. 

Barker, William M., r Duluth, Minn. 

Barnard, J. H., r Tonawanda, N. Y. 

Barnes, Charles E., r....New-Bediord, Mass. 

Barnes, Percy Apponaug, R. I. 

Barnes, Reginald H., a. m. .Philadelphia, Pa. 

Barnes, William C, m Hammond, La. 

Barnett, Francis W., r Canaan, Ct. 

Barnwell, Allard, m Hawkinsville, Ga. 

Barnwell, R. H Col. 

Barnwell, R. W., r Selma, Ala. 

Barnwell, Robert W., r Henderson, Ky. 

Barnwell, Stephen E., r Louisville, Ky. 

Barnwell, W. H., r Columbus, Miss. 

Barr, David Washington, D. C. 

Barr, Isaac, r East Saginaw, Mich. 

Barr, Preston, m Lee, Mass. 

Barrett, John, r Davidson ville, Md. 

Barrett, Robert S., r Atlanta, Ga. 

Barrington, Arthur H., r\, 

Watertown, S. Dak. 
Barris, W. H., D.D.,p. col.... Davenport, la. 

Barrow, Alfred J Fordham, N. Y. 

Barrows, N., r Short Hills, N. J. 

Barrows, W. Stanley, o. . Little Neck. N. Y. 

Barry, Joseph G. H Batavia, III. 

Bany, T. W., di. U.S. A Sidney. Neb. 

Barstow, Frederick O Oakland, Cal. 

Barten, O. Sievers, D.D., r Norfolk, Va. 



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175 



Post- Office Address. 
Bartlett, Edward T., D.D., dean sem., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bartlett, Franklin W., D.D., 

Williamstown, Mass. 

Bartlett, George R Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Bartlett, Hamilton M., a. m., 

Providence, R. I. 
Bartlett, Josiah M., m. Fisher's Island, N. Y. 

Barton, John O., D.D., a. m Easton, Md. 

Bartow, Evelyn P., a. wi... Providence, R. I. 

Bassett, Frederick J., r Providence, R I. 

Bassett, Henry, r Providence, R. I. 

Bates, Carroll L Emporium, Pa. 

Bates, Cyrus S., D.D., r Cleveland, O. 

Bates, D. M., r Clifton Heights, Pa. 

Bates, John M., m Valentine, Neb. 

Bates, William H Sanf ord, Fla. 

Batte, Algernon, r Church Hill, Md. 

Batten, Loring W., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Battershall, Walton W.,D.D.,r., 

Albany, N. Y. 

Batterson, H. G., D.D Philadelphia, Pa. 

Battin, John E., r.Wethersfield Springs,N.Y. 

Battin, Stephen H Jersey City, N. J. 

Baum, Henry M New York, N. Y. 

Baumann, Harry, o New- York, N. Y. 

Bawn, John G., m.. Haddington, Phila., Pa. 

Bayley-Jones, F. W., m Hillsdale, Mich. 

Bazett-Jones, E. A., r Keokuk. Ta. 

Beach, Alfred B., D.D., r.. New-York, N. Y. 

Beagen, Henry J., a.m... Norfolk, Va. 

Beakman, J. S., m. .. .. . .Crescent City, Fla. 

Beard, Ithamar W., r Dover, N. H. 

Beard, T. J., r Birmingham, Ala. 

Beardsley, E. E., D.D., LL.D., r., 

New-Haven, Ct. 
Beatty, Archibald, D.D., r .Wellington, Kan. 

Beaubien, J. B. C, r Yazoo, Miss. 

Beauchamp, Win. M., S.T.D., r., 

Baldwinsville, N. Y. 

Beaulieu, ClementH Leech Lake, Minn. 

Beaven, George F., r Hillsboro, Md. 

Beaven, W. Y., r Longwood, Md. 

Beckett, George, S.T.D., r. Columbia, <iTenn. 

Beckwith, C. M., r Houston, Tex. 

Beckwith, Isbon T., Ph.D., p. col., 

Hartford, Ct. 
BECKWITH, JOHN WATRUS, D.D., 

Bishop of Georgia Atlanta. 

Beckwith, Sidney, r Port Huron, Mich. 

BEDELL, GREGORY T., D.D., late 
Bishop of Ohio.. .The Dakota. New-York. 

Bedinger, Henry New York, N. Y. 

Beeman, Allen E., r Gardiner, Me. 

Beer, Henry St. Vincent, Minn. 

Beers, H. W.,D.D., r San Francisco, Cal. 

Beers, Joseph, r Middletown, Del. 

Belcher, C . . . New-York, N. Y. 

Belcher, Edmund C, a. m. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Belden, Charles M., r. ..Astoria, L I., N. Y. 

Bell, George H., m Bell, N. C. 

Bell, J.H. F... Wash. 

Bell, Thos., r Arlington, Mass. 

Bellam, Thos. L., r Golden, Col. 

Bellinger, Edmund E., r Yemassee, S.C. 

Bellinger, W. W Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Benedict, Edward, a. m New- York, N. Y. 

Benedict, George E Rustburg, Va. 



Post- Office A d dress. 

Benedict, J. Melville Erie, Pa. 

Benedict, Samuel, D.D., r Cincinnati. O. 

Benham, Caleb, r Bismarck, N. Dak. 

Benius, Walter N. Y. 

Benjamin, Wm. H., D.D., r.Irvington, N. Y. 

Benners, E. G., r Jefferson, Texas. 

Bennett, Edmund C.,m.. ..Mil I brook, N. Y. 

Bennett, John, r Wyandotte, Kan . 

Bennitt, George Stephen, r., 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Benson, Edward C, p. col Gambier, O. 

Benson, John, r Peoria, 111. 

Bensted, B. T Delavan, Wis. 

Bentley, James Waukon, la. 

Benton, Angelo A., D. D.,p. col., 

Sewanee, Tenn. 

Benton, Milton B Avon, N. Y. 

Benton, Mortimer M., r, Louisville, Ky. 

Benton, Robt. A., r .Sewickley, Pa. 

Berghaus, V. Hummel, r.\ 

Chambersburg, Pa. 

Berkeley, Robert M Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

Berkley, Edward F., D.D. ... St. Loins, Mo. 

Berne, J. L Chester, 111. 

Berry, F. C Estherville, la. 

Berry, Thos. B., r Buffalo, N. Y. 

Betticher, Chas. E., m., 

Kensington, Phila., Pa. 

Betts, Beverley R. Jamaica, N. Y. 

Betts, Geo. C, r Louisville, Ky. 

Bevington, J. A Albany, N. Y. 

Bicker. Henry K Bloomfield, N. J. 

Bicknell, Jesse R., r Jacksonville, Fla. 

Bielby, C. F. A De Land, Fla. 

Bielby, Wm. F., r Kent, Ct. 

Bigelow, Frank H Washingl on, D. C. 

Bill, Edward C, D.D.,.p. sem. St Paul, Minn. 

Billings, Sherrard, t Groton, Mass. 

Bingham, Joel F., D.D Hartford, Ct. 

Binney, John, p. sem Middletown, Ct. 

Birch, L. C, r Wabasha, Minn. 

Birchmore, John W., r.. .Independence, Mo. 

Birckhead, J. H Garrisonville, Va. 

Bird, Frederick M. . . .South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Bird, G. C, r Linwood, Pa. 

Bird, S. M.,r Galveston, Tex. 

Birdsall. Elias, r Los Angeles, Cal. 

Bishop," Addis E Orworth, Kan. 

Bishop, David D Cheshire, Ct. 

Bishop, E. R., archdeacon Chicago, 111. 

Bishop, G. L., m Paoli, Pa. 

Bishop, Horace S., r East-Orange, N. J. 

Bishop, Hutchins C, r New-York, N. Y. 

Bishop, Nathan K., r Somerville, Mass. 

Bishop, W. C, m Canadian, Col. 

Bissell, L. Parsons, r Litchfield, Ct. 

BISSELL, WM. HENRY AUGUSTUS, 

D.D., Bishop of Vermont Burlington. 

Bissey, Louis New-Orleans, La. 

Bittle, T.C., m Manor, Tex. 

Bixby, C. H„ r. Hyde Park, 111. 

Black, J. H., m Williamsport. Pa. 

Black, N Springfield, Mass. 

Blackiston, S. C, r Butte, Mon. 

Blacklidge, J. W., m., 

St. Paul's River, Liberia, Africa. 
Blacklock, Joseph H., ?\, 

South Pittsburgh, Tenn. 



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Post- Office A ddress . 

Blake, Alfred F., r Avondale, Cin., O. 

Blake, Jas. H. W., r Tiffin, O. 

Blake, John, c/i., U. S.N... New- York, N. Y. 

Blanchard, Joseph N., r Detroit, Mich. 

Blanchet, Clement T., m Bolton, N. 5T. 

Blanchet, J. B., r Mansfield, Pa. 

Bland, Charles T., m Marion, N. C. 

Bleecker, P. McT) Staatsburg, N. Y. 

Bleker, Julius W., r Franklin, La. 

Blisss, J. Isham, r. . . Burlington, Vt. 

Bliss, William D. P., m Boston, Mass. 

Blodgett, Floyd M 

Bloodgood, Geo. W.,m.. Marine City, Mich. 

Blow, R. W., r Sheboygan, Wis. 

Blyman, John Oshkosh, Wis. 

Boardman, N. S Mt. Pleasant, Mich. 

Boardman, Wm. S. . . Lucerne, Switzerland. 
Bodine, Wm. B., D.D., pr. col.. .Gambier, O. 

Bodley, H. I., r North-Adams, Mass. 

Boggs, Edward B., D.D., r. . .Newark, N. J. 

Bohn, Chas. H Dakota. 

Bold, John E Johnstown, Pa. 

Bollard, Wm., r Vallejo, Cal. 

Bolles, James A., D.D., r. emer. Cleveland, O. 

Bolmer, W. B., m Schaghticoke, N. Y. 

Bolton, Cornelius W., r. .. Pelhamville, N. Y. 

Bolton, John, r West-Chester, Pa. 

Bond, George M., r Newark, Del. 

Bonham, J. W., evang — New-York, N. Y. 
Bonnar, David A., r. ..Aramingo, Phila., Pa. 
Bonnell, Charles R., r..Manyunk, Phila., Pa. 
Bonsall, Thos. .Woodbury, Queens Co., NY. 

Bonte, John H. C, D.D Berkeley, Cal. 

Boone, Thos New-York, N. Y. 

BOONE, WILLIAM JONES, D.D., 
Missionary Bishop of Shanghai, 

Shanghai, China. 
Boorom, S. D., ch., U.S.N. . New- York, N. Y. 

Booth, Charles, m Newport, Or. 

Booth, Daniel T., r Willmar, Minn. 

Booth, Louis N., r Bridgeport, Ct. 

Booth, Oliver J ..Broken Bow, Neb. 

Booth, Robt. C, a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Bosley, Geo., m Alliance, O. 

Boss, Nelson R., r East New- York, N. Y. 

Bostwick, Wm. L Fair Haven, Ct. 

Bottome,°Geo. H., a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Bouland , Leon New-York. N. Y. 

Bourne, Obre R T<xas. 

Bowden, Upton B., r Napoleonville, La. 

Bowen, George, Jr : N. Y. 

Bowen, Wm. T Parsons, Kan. 

Bower, William, r Delaware, O. 

Bowles, Ralph H., r Bethlehem, Ct. 

Bowman, John A N. Y. 

Bowu, W. H Ellenville, N. Y. 

Boyd, Charles W., t ■. Salem, N. Y. 

Boyd, John, D.D., r Marietta, O. 

Boyd, John Milton.. ..Washington C. H., O. 

Boyd, Melville, r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Boyden, E .. . .Cobliam, Va. 

Boyden, P. M..r B<ydton, Va. 

Boyer, Henry K., r Pa. 

Boyer, Samuel H., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Boyer, Simon K., r Pequea, Pa. 

Boyle, A. H Philadelphia, Pa. 

Boylston, Chas. W., r Long Hill, Ct. 

Boynton, C. H Mechanicsville, Md. 



Post- Office Address. 

Braddock,W. L 

Braddon, H. L. C, r Hyde Park, Mass. 

Bradin, B. M, m Carrahelle, Fla . 

Bradin, J. W., r Hartford, Ct. 

Bradley, Edward Middletown, O. 

Bradley, Edward A., D.D., r.', 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bradley, Gordon M .Bel vidt- re, N. J. 

Bradley, Leverett, r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bradshaw, W. C Denver, Col. 

Brady, C. T Omaha, Neb. 

Bragdon, Chas. A., g. d. m Crafton, Pa. 

Bragg, G. F., Jr.,m Norfolk, Va. 

Brainard, John, D .D., r Auburn, N. Y. 

Brainerd, L. Dennison, m Glenwood, la. 

Brand, Wm. F., S.T.D., r...Emmorton, Md. 

Brandt, Clarence E., r Rogers Park, 111. 

Brathwaite, F. W., r Stamford, Ct. 

Bratton, Theodore D., m. Spartanburg, S. C. 

Brayshaw, William, r Waverly, Md. 

Brayton, Hobert C Hot Springs, N. C. 

Breck, Charles, D.D New- York, N. Y. 

Breck, W. A. M., r Suisun, Cal. 

Bredberg, Jacob Chicago, 111. 

Breed, Geo. F. , r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Bremner, George. . Pine Plains, N. Y. 

Brent, C. H., a. m Bosfon, Mass. 

Bresee, Asahel A., m Wooster, O. 

Brewer, Alfred L., r San Mateo, Cal. 

Brewer. W. A. , a. m S*n Mateo, Cal. 

BREWER, LEIGH R., S.T.D., Mis- 
sionary Bishop of Montana Helena. 

Brewster, Benjamin, a. in. New- York, N. Y. 
Brewster, Chauncey B., r... Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Brewster, Joseph Mt. Carmel, Ct. 

Brewster, M. A Houston, Tex. 

Brewster, S. T., r Ashland, N. Y. 

Bridgeman, George Medina, N. Y. 

Briggs, N. L., r Kensington, Phila., Pa. 

Brighain, George F., m Sharon, Wis. 

Brinckloe, W. G. P. .Hulmeville, Phila., Pa. 

Brindley, J. F Rock Springs. Wy, T. 

Bringhurst, George, r.Branchtown, Phila. . Pa. 

Briscoe, James, a. m Baltimore, Md. 

Bristol, 0. G Dauielsonville, Ct. 

Brittain, Wm., r Morrison, 111. 

Brit tingham, Jacob, r Wheeling, W. Va. 

Broadwell, Homer J.. M.D., r Lisbon. O. 

Brockway, Albert A In Europe. 

Brock way, An? on J., r Warsaw, N. Y. 

Brodnax, Merriwether New- York, N. Y. 

Bronson, Benjamin S., r... Warren 'on, N. C. 
Bronson, Sherlock A., D.D.. r. Mansfield, O. 

Bronson, Wm. W., c Philadelphia, Pa. 

Brooke, Francis K., r Atchison, Kan. 

Brooke, Pendleton, r Manhattan, Kan. 

Brooke, Robert D., r Monroe, Mich. 

Brookes, T. J., m Clinton, Mo. 

Brooks, Arthur, r New-York, N. Y. 

Brooks, James H. B.,r.. .South Oil City, Pa. 
Brooks, John Cotton, v.. ..Springfield, Mass. 

Brooks, Phillips, D.D., r Boston, Mass. 

Brooks, Wm. Henry, S.T.D. . . . Boston, Mass. 

Brotherton, T.W., D.D Healdsburg, Cal. 

Brouse, H. K., M.D Woodville, Miss. 

Brown, Abbott, sec New-York, N. Y. 

Brown, Alfred, m Coronado, Cal. 

Brown, Alfred C, r... ..... .New Haven, Ct. 



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Post- Office Address. 
Brown, Belno A., M.D., 7-...S. Omaha, Neb. 

Brown, Benjamin F., r Winter Park, Fla. 

Brown, C. S 

Brown, Edmund P., m Minersville, Pa. 

Brown, Edward R., r New Milford, Ct. 

Brown, Henry, r . . .Chester, Pa. 

Brown, Henry J ....Detroit, Mich. 

Brown, Henry M., r East Aurora, N. Y. 

Brown, James A Hudson, O. 

Brown, J. Eldred, r Webster, M;ss. 

Brown, J. Emmart Smithland, La. 

Brown, J. Hutchings New-York, N. Y. 

Brown, J. H. H Lewes, Del. 

Brown, John W., S.T.D.,?\New-York, N. Y. 

Brown, Lewis, r Cincinnati, O. 

Brown, M. C, r Nevada. Mo. 

Brown, Philip A. H., a. m. .New- York, N. Y. 

Brown, Thos. McKee, r New-York, N. Y. 

Brown, Thomas W N, Y. 

Brown, William M., m Galion, O. 

Browne, J. D. H Pasadena, Cal. 

Browne, Lewis B., m. . . Western Port, Md. 

Browne, Percy, r Roxbury, Boston, Mass. 

Browne, Wm. P., m Meridian, Miss. 

Bruce, Caleb A., r Marianna, Ark. 

Bruce, Vandervoort New-York, N. Y. 

Brugler, Charles E Mo. 

Brush, Jesse, r Mayville, N. Y. 

Brush, William P., r Jersey City, N. J. 

Bryan, C. Braxton, r Millwood, Va. 

Bryan, Henry B German town, Pa. 

Bryan, James L., M.D., a. W.Cambridge, Md. 

Bryant, J. Q.,m Aquasco, Md. 

Bryde, C. E in England. 

Brydges, Ralph L., m Lakewood, N. J. 

Buchanan, Anselan, r.... Crescent Hill, Ky. 

Buchanan, E. Y., D.D Philadelphia, Pa. 

Buck, Charles E., r Easton, Md. 

Buck, George, r Willimantic, Ct. 

Buck, George H., r Birmingham, Ct. 

Buck, Horace H., r Olympia, Wash. 

Buck, James A., r Washington, D. C. 

Buckey, E. L., a. m Baltimore, Md. 

Buckingham, Wm. B., r.. Cheboygan, Mich. 

Buckley, F. D. , r. . St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Buckmaster, John W., r. Marlborough, N. Y. 

Buel, Clarence, a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Buel, D. H., D.D.,pn/i(7....Asheville, N. C. 

Buel, Samuel, D.D New- York. N. Y. 

Bugbee, Geo. F., m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Bulkley, Olcott Blackburn, Mo. 

Bulkley, William H Cheboygan, Mich. 

Bull, Edward C Tarrytown, N. Y. 

Bull, Wm. L., o Whiuord, Pa. 

Bumstead. Elliot W., r. .Rockv Mount, N. C. 

Bunting, Oscar S Trenton, N. J. 

Bunn, A. C, M.D.,7* Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Burbank, William H., r Brunswick, Me. 

Burch, Francis M.,m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Burd, James J., a. m Hartford, Ct. 

Burford, E. Sprnille, r Memphis, Tenn. 

BURGESS, ALEXANDER, S.T.D., 

Bishop of Quincy Peoria, 111. 

Burgess, Andrew M Weedspoi t, N. Y. 

Burgess, Francis G., r Worcester, Mass. 

Burgess, Frederick, r Bala, Pa. 

Burgess, Heman B., r... Plattsmouth, Neb. 
Burgess, Thomas, m Millbrook, N. Y. 



Post- Office Address. 

Burk, Jesse Y., r Clarksboro, N. J. 

Bnrk, Wm. Black, m Tamaqua, Pa. 

Burke, Edmund, r Wellsville, O. 

Burke, Edward New-York, N. Y. 

Burke, William P., r Petersburg, Va. 

Burleson, S. S., r Sussex. Wis. 

Burnett, C. P. A., m Gloversville, N. Y. 

Burnett, Waldo, r Southboro, Mass. 

Burnham, Norman H I^orwich, Ct. 

Burnside, Edwin J Faribault, Minn. 

Burr, Eli Chrysostom Baltimore, Md. 

Burr, Erastus, D.D Portsmouth, O. 

Burr, W. Hudson, r Newiown. N. Y. 

Burroughs, Arthur W., r Victoria, Tex. 

Burrowes, Henry A Md. 

Burrows, J. L., D.D., r Oswego, N. Y. 

Burrows, Thomas Kennett Square, Pa. 

Burrows, W. B Pomona. Cal. 

Burt, H., m Crow Creek Agency, S. Dak. 

Burton, Gideon J., warden. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Burton, J. Henry, r Gwynedd, Pa. 

Burton, Lewis, D.D.,7\ emer. ...Cleveland, O. 

Burton, Lewis W., r Richmond, Va. 

Burwell, E. B., r Columbia. Va. 

Burwell, W alter L Washington, D. C. 

Bury, Thomas Annist<«u, Ala. 

Bush, F. L.. a. m Pittsboro, N. C. 

Bushnell, Francis H., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Butler, Alford A., r New-York, N. Y. 

Butler, C. E., r W T orthington. O. 

Butler, C. M., D.D Germantown, Pa. 

Butler, Edward H,, r Palatka, Fla. 

Butler, Edwin E., r Madison, N. J. 

Butler, Geo. H. H New-York, N. Y. 

Butler, Wm. C, r Baltimore, Md. 

Butterworth, John F., r Summit, N. J. 

Buxton, James P., r Drifton, Pa. 

Buxton, Jarvis, D.D., r Asheville, N. C. 

Buzzelle, C. C. m.. Mountain Home, Wv. T. 

Byllesby, De Witt G., r Media* Pa. 

Byllesby, Marison, r Allegheny, Pa. 

Bynum, Wm. S Charlotte, N. C. 

Byrde, Chas. E In England. 

Byrne, Francis, r Littleton, Col. 

Cabaniss, Charles E Anniston, Ala. 

Cady, Philander K., D.D N. Y. 

Cain, Thomas W., m Galveston, Tex. 

Caird, James, r Troy, N. Y. 

Cairns, Alexander A., rn.. .Devall P. O., La. 

Callender, W. R W'atertown, Mass 

Cameron, Charles A Chopin, La. 

Cameron, James, r .Jersey City, N. J. 

Cameron, James G., o..S. S. Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Cameron, J. Perinchief, r Easton, Pa. 

Camp, Charles C Joliet, 111. 

Cam}), C. W. , r Lockport, N. Y. 

Camp, Henry J De Luz. Cal. 

Camp, Norman W., D.D. ..Washington, D. C. 
Campbell, Charles M., m.St. Albans. W Va. 

Campbell. J. Barnwell Brooklvn, N. Y. 

Campbell, Robert. E Watet ville, N. Y. 

Campbell, William W N. H. 

Campbell, Wm. H., r Charleston, S. C. 

Canedy, Chas. F., r....New-Rochelle, N. Y. 

Canfield, Charles H., m Kirksville, Mo. 

Canfield, Eli H., D.D Arlington, Vt. 

Canfield, F. D Mt. Airy. Phila.. Pa. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Capers, Ellison, D.D.,r Columbia, S. C. 

Capers, Wm. H., r Raymond, Miss. 

Capron, Alex Jersey City, N. J. 

Capron, Cyrus K. . ...West Superior, Wis. 

Capwell, Charles A., o Oakland, Cal. 

Carey, Jos., S.T.D., r. Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

Carey, M. F., r Nebraska Ciry, Neb. 

Carleton, Hiram, D.D. .East Sandwich,Mass. 

Carlin, Robert S., r Bloomfield, N. J. 

Carmichaef, H Richmond, Va. 

Carmichael, James, D.D., r., 

"Wilmington, N. C. 

Carnahan, Wallace, r Little Rock, Ark. 

Carpenter, Alva E., r Warren, R. I. 

Carpenter, J. T., m Richland Centre, Pa. 

Carpenter, Samuel B., r Sanford, Fla. 

Carr, Charles M., r Sayre, Pa. 

Carr, J. A 

Carroll, Joseph W., m....St. Tammany, Va. 

Carroll, Wm. R., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Carson, T. M., r Lynchburg, Va. 

Carstensen, G. A Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Carter, Abraham B., D.D... Rochester, N. Y. 

Carter, F. B., r Montclair, N. J. 

Carter, G. G., D.D., pr. sem. .Nashotah, Wis. 

Carter, J. R., r Gonzalez, Tex. 

Carter, W. H.,D.D.,LL.D., r.Tallahassee,Fla. 

Cartwright, T. S., r Paterson, N. J. 

Carver, Alexander B , r Rochester, N. Y. 

Cary, Chas. A., m . Detroit, Mich. 

Case, W. P., r Dansville, N. Y. 

Casey, Wm. H., r Aurora. N. Y. 

Caskey, T. F., r Dresden, Germany. 

Cassey, Peter W., o New-Berne, N. C. 

Cassil, Harry, m Calvert, Tex. 

Castleman. Robert A., r Hague, Va. 

Cathell, J. E., r. Richmond, Ind. 

Catterson, Wm Catawba, N. Y. 

Cauch, John Carpenteria, Cal. 

Cawthorne, Harry L West Superior, Wis. 

Chalmers, James V., a. m.. New-York, N.Y. 
Chamberlain, John, a.m.. .New- York, N.Y. 

Chamberlain, Jaeob 111. 

Chamberlain, J. S., o Jubilee. 111. 

Chamberlain, N. H., o... East-Boston, Mass. 

Chamberlaine, Henry, r New- York, N. Y. 

Chambers, Geo. A Dickinson, N. Dak. 

Chambers, J. Taylor, r Carthage. Mo. 

Chambre, A. St. J., D.D., r... Lowell, Mass. 

Chandler, J. H St. Paul, Minn. 

Chandler, Samuel P., r Red Wins:, Minn. 

Chang, Chi Jen, m Shanghai, China. 

Chang, Ts Ming, m Kia Ding, China. 

Chapin, D. D., r Maysville, Ky. 

Chapin, Seth S., m Stockbridge, Mich. 

Chapin, Wm. M., r..Barrington Centre, R. I. 

Chapman, Adelbert P., r Sandy Hook, Ct. 

Chapman, A. W..Hampstead, London, Eng. 

Chapman, Chalmers D., r Greenville, N. J. 

Chapman, E. T., canon Albany, N. Y. 

Chapman, Henry P., r..St. Mary's City, Md. 

Chapman, John W., rn Anvik, Alaska. 

Charles, Wm., r . . .Trenton, Mich. 

Charlier, Elie New- York, N. Y. 

Chariot, N. P Collamer, O. 

Chase, Benjamin H Swansea, Mass. 

Chase, Dudley, ch., U.S.A.. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chase, Francis, r Scarsdale, N. Y. 



Post- Office Address. 

Chase, March, r Mineral Point, Wis. 

Chase, William S., r Woonsocket, R. I. 

Checkley, F. L , . . Manlius, N. Y. 

Cheney, William F.,r Dedhamj Mass. 

Cherbuliez, David, t. col ... New-York, N. Y. 

Cheshire, William, m Bolivar, Tenn. 

Cheshire, J. Blount, D.D., r. emer., 

Tarboro, N. C. 

Cheshire, Jos. B,, Jr., r Charlotte, N.C. 

Chesley, J. Harry, r • Perryman, Md. 

Chesley, John W Tunis' Mills, Md. 

Chesnutt, John N McLeansboro, Ills. 

Chetwood, Francis B New-Yo)k, N. Y. 

Chetwood, Hobart, r Oakland, Cal. 

Che vers, Samuel S., r Bridgeton, N. J. 

Chew, John M., a. m New- York, N. Y. 

Child, Wm. S., S.T.D., r... Jamestown, R. I. 
Childs, John A., D.D., sec , 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Chipchase, James, m Baltimore, Md. 

Chittenden, E. P., princ Faribault, Minn. 

Chittenden, Henry M., m Carlinville, 111. 

Chittenden, Richard L., r Paradise, Pa. 

Christian, Edmund Baltimore, Md. 

Christian, Geo. M., r Newark, N. J, 

Christian, William D., r Abilene, Kan. 

Chu, Tz Shin, m Kong Wan, China. 

Chu, Yu Tang, m Shanghai, China. 

Chun, Sung Lu, m . .Nan Zang, China. 

Church, Edw'dB., a. m. .San Francisco, Cal. 

Church, F. H., m Putnam, Ct. 

Church, J H 

Claiborne, R. R., r Youngstown, O. 

Clampett, Frederick W., r Springfield, 111. 

Clapham, Henry H., m Bakerc*field, Cal. 

Clapp, Howard S Lime Rock, Ct. 

Clapp, Walter C, a. m Baltimore, Md. 

Clark, Aaron B . .Rosebud Agency, S. Dak. 

Clark, Alfred S., r Thibodeaux, La. 

Clark, Arthur M Boston, Mass. 

Clark, E. Warren Nashville, Tenn . 

Clark, E. H., r Wells, Minn. 

Clark, Fletcher, r Concord, Pa. 

Clark, F. P Cabin-Point, Va. 

Clark, George H., D.D Hartford, Ct. 

Clark, Horace, LL.D., /-.Corpus Christi, Tex. 

Clark, James W., r Washington, D. C. 

Clark, John T Salisbury, N. C. 

Clark, J. Starr, D.D., m Tivoli, N. Y. 

Clark, Rufus W., r Detroit, Mich. 

CLARK, THOMAS M., D.D., LL.D., 

Bishop of Rhode-Island Providence. 

Clark, William J Philadelphia, Pa. 

Clark, William M., r Raleigh, N. C. 

Clarke, A. C Windsor, N. Y. 

Clarke, Jonas B., ch South Boston, Mass. 

Clarke, Joseph M., D.D., p. sem., 

Nashotah, Wis. 

Clarke, Samuel F., M.D Aurora, 111. 

Clarke, Sylvester, D.D., p. sem., 

Middletown, Ct. 

Clarke. William B., r Antwerp, N. Y. 

Clarkson, A. Vallete, r New-York, N.Y. 

Clausen, Charles J.,r Canaseraga, N. Y. 

Clayton, Francis J., r.. ...Rutherford, N.J. 

Cleburne, R. C, r Cheneyville, La. 

Clemson, J. B., D.D., r. emer., 

West-Chester, Pa. 



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Post- Office Add res?. 

Clemson, T. G., r ... . Waddington, N. Y. 

Clendenin, Frank M.. r.. Westchester, N. Y. 
Clerc, Francis J., D.D., r.... Phi lips-burg, Pa. 
Cleveland, E. F. X., M.D., r... Dundee, 111. 
Cleveland, Edward H., r. ...New Haven. Ct. 

Cleveland, Win. J., m Madison, S. Dak. 

Clickner, George M., a. m.. .Baltimore, Md. 

Cloak, Lewis .Peekskill. N. Y. 

Clopton, John J., r Manchester, Va. 

Clover, L. P., D.D., r.. Clifton Springs, N. Y. 

Clowes, Hector E.. m Fort Benton, Mon. 

Clute, Robert R, D.D., ?•., 

Prince Frederic, Md. 

Coale, Wm. A., r Geneseo, N. Y. 

Cobb, Lyman Yonkers, N. Y. 

Cobbs, Richard H., D.D., r.. Greensboro, Ala. 
Cochrane, Robert W., m., 

Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 

Cocroft, T. H., r Providence, R. I. 

Coddington, H. G Marcellus, N. Y. 

Codman, Archibald, m Roslindale, Mass. 

Coe, James W.. Danville, 111. 

Coerr, Chas. T., r Wilmington, N. C. 

Cofer, James M Chula, Va. 

Coffey, William S., r Eastchester, N. Y. 

Coit, Charles W Concord, N. H. 

Coit, Henry A., D.D., princ. .Concord, N. H. 
Coit, Joseph H., S.T.D., vice princ. 

Concord, N. H. 

Colburn, Edward A., r Churchville, Md. 

Cole, Henry H Baltimore, Md. 

Cole, Hiram H Elizabeth, N. J. 

Cole, J. T., m Tokio, Japan. 

Cole, Lewis F., r Greeneastle. Ind. 

Cole, Thomas, r Saugerties, N. Y. 

Cole, Thos. L., r Portland, Ore. 

Coleman, Alexis, I. DuP... Wilmington, Del. 

Coleman, John Leech Lake, Minn. 

Coleman, John (Indian), m., 

Leech Lake, Minn. 
COLEMAN, LEIGHTON, S.T.D., LL.D., 

Bishop of Wilmington .Delaware-. 

Coleman, William B., Jr., r Utica, N. Y. 

Coles, Roberts Jenkintown, Pa. 

Coley, Edward H. . South Manchester, Ct. 

Coley, James E , princ Westport, Ct. 

Colhoun, John B ., M.D... .Rutherford, N. J. 

Collins, Charles F., r Trenton, Tenn. 

Collins, E Deckerville, Mich. 

Collins, William H., r Brattleboro, Vt. 

Collisson, Reginald in England. 

Colloque, E. W., r Oxford, N. Y. 

Colston, A. Vaughan, r Tuxedo, N. Y. 

Colt, Anson T., a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Colton, Joseph S., r Biddeford, Me. 

Colvin. O., r Peru, Ind. 

Col well, James W., princ Topeka. linn. 

Combs, L. R Covington, Va. 

Comings, Geo. P., r Girard, Kan. 

Compton, F. S., D.D New- York, N. Y. 

Conger, Arthur B., r Radnor, Pa. 

Conover, James F., D.D., r . Owosso, Mich. 
Conover, James P., r.. North Conwav, N. H. 
Conrad, Thos. K., D.D., r. .Philadelphia, Pa. 

Convers, Duncan, a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Converse, G. Si, r. . .Roxbury, Boston, Mass. 
Converse, John H., m. t 

Cold Spring on Hudson, N. Y. 

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Converse, R. U.,ch Geneva, N. Y. 

Cooder, Charles L Pottetown. Pa. 

Cook, Charles S. . . Pine Ridge Agen' y. S. D. 

Cook, Herbert J., r Dayton, O. 

Cook, Joseph W., rn. ..Greenwood, S. Dak. 

Cook, Sidney IL, r. Binghainton N. Y. 

Cook, Thomas A Alpine. Ala. 

Cook, William H., m East Line, N. Y, 

Cook, William M., r Lion, N.Y. 

Cooke, E. Jay, r Clinton, la. 

Cooke, Giles B Denton, Md. 

Cooke, Harry E., r Manchester, N. H. 

Cooke, Hobart, ch Peekskill, N. Y. 

Cooke, Samuel, D.D Stamford, Ct. 

Cooke, Scott M., a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Cooke, William Candor, N. Y. 

Cookman, John E., D.D.. .New-York, N. Y. 
Cookson, Fen wick M., r. . Glen's Fall*, N. Y. 

Coolbaugh, F. C, princ Plymouth, N. H. 

Coolidge, Sherman Wy. Ter. 

Cooley, B. F Eau Claire, Wis. 

Cooley, William C, r Roxbury, Ct. 

Coolidge, J. I. T., D.D. . . .Cambridge, Mass. 

Coombe, C. P. K Hamilton, Bermuda. 

Cooper, Chas. D.,D.D.,r .Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cooper, Edmund D., D.D., r.. Astoria, N. Y. 

Cooper, Jeremiah A voca. N . Y. 

Cooper, Robert O., r Detroit, Mich. 

Coote, George W Greeley. Col. 

Cope, Edgar, m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Corbett, Sidney, D.D., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Corbyn, Joseph I.,m Anamosa, la. 

Corbyn, Wm. B., D.D., r. emer. .Quiacy, 111. 

Corbyn, Wm. W., m Jeffersonville, O. 

Cornell, Augustine W., r...Spotswood, N. J. 

Cornell. George H., r. Sioux City, la. 

Cornell, James, r Janesville. Minn. 

Cornell, John., r Nice, France. 

Cornish, A. Ernest, m Graniteville, S. C. 

Cornish, J. J Baton Rouge, La. 

Cornwall, N. Ellsworth, r Cleveland, O. 

Cornwell, Henry B., D.D., r., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Cory-Thomas, T Chicago, 111. 

Cossitt, Frederick B N. Y. 

Costelle, H. C. E., rn.. Kewanee, 111. 

Coster, R. J., r Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Cotton, H. E., r Quincy, Mass. 

Cowdrey, S. B., r Baraboo, Wis. 

Cowell, Samuel, in. Wrentham. Mass. 

Cowl. Maurice L., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Cowley, Edward New- York, N. Y. 

Cowpcr, Fred. C, r Washington, Pa. 

Cowpland, Joshua Media, Pa. 

Cox, David W 

Cox, George C, a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Cox, Samuel, D.D Garden Citv, N. Y. 

COKE, ARTHUR C, D.D., LL.D., 

Bishop of Western New- York Buffalo. 

Coxe, Daniel W., r West Pittston. Pa. 

Coxe, Samuel II., S.T.D Utica. X. Y. 

Cracraft, John W., r. . . .Cuyahoga Falls, O. 
Crascg, Clmrles E., a. m...P6rt He.nrv, N. Y. 

Craig, John W ". . N. Y. 

Craighill, James B., r Bel Air, Md. 

Craik, Charles E., r Louisville, Ky. 

Crampton, Savington W., m.. Baltimore, Md. 
Cranston, George E., a. m., 

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Post- Office Address. 

Orapsey, Algernon S., r Rochester, N. Y. 

Crary, R. P., r Ponghkeepsie, N. Y. 

Craven, James O Philadelphia, Pa. 

Crawford, Angus, p.. .Theological Sem, Va. 
Crawford, Charles B., r., 

Spokane Falls, Wash. 

Creigh, James J West-Chester, Pa. 

Cressey, J. Jewett, r. . . .Bridgewater, Mass. 

Creveling, Peter C, r Cornwall, N. Y. 

Crichmer, W. St. J Kenj on, Minn. 

Crittenton, C. R. D., m.. . . . .Maquoketa, la. 

Crocker. Wm. T., a.m. .. New- York, N. Y. 

Crocket, G. L San Augustine, Tex. 

Crockett, John A New-Milford, Ct. 

Crockett, Stuart, r Washington, D. C. 

Crook, F. W., m Idaho City, Idaho. 

Cross, Edward S , r Silver City, N. M. 

Cross, Joseph, D.D., LL.D., ?\Hamilton,N.Y. 

Cross, ParrielJ LeB Elizabeth, N. J. 

Cross, William, r Greenville, Miss. 

Crouch, Asher P Kansas City, Mo. 

Crozier, F. B., m Keyport. N. J. 

Cruger, Gonvemeur, m Montrose, N. Y. 

Cruikshank, H., M.D., r. ... Lewistown, Pa. 

Crump, Thomas G., r Centreville, Cal. 

Crumpton, Thomas, D.D., r. .Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Crummell, Alex., D.D., r. .Washington, D.C. 

Cull, Alexander H Pa. 

Cullen, Thomas H., r Freehold, N. J. 

Cummings, Charles A., r... .St. Cloud, Minn. 

Cummings, Charles E Kansas City, Mo. 

Cummins, Alex. G .Smyrna, Del. 

Cummins, J. T.. .Morgan Park, Chicago, 111. 

Cunuingham, H. C. Boston, Mass. 

Cunningham, H. N., r Watertown, Ct. 

Currie, C. George, D.D.. Dresden, Germany. 

Currie, Samuel, m Euclid, Minn. 

Currie, Wm. T., r . . . .Grand Forks, Dak. 

Curtis, Charles J .*. Croome, Md. 

Curtis, Judson M May wood, 111. 

Curzon, John E Little Rock, Ark. 

Cushing, John T Hammondsport, N. Y. 

Cushing, Pierre, r LeRoy , In . Y. 

Cushman, G. F., D.D., a. m., 

New- York, N. Y. 
Cutler, Wm. H.... Lowell, Mass. 

Dafter, W , m Marinette, Wis. 

Dairy mple, Lewis R., r Reading, Pa. 

Dalton, Asa, D.D.,r Portland, Me. 

Daly, James L Portland, Ore. 

Dalzell, W. T. D.. D.D., v.. .Shreveport, La. 

Dame, George W., r Danville, Va. 

Dame, George W., Jr., r Smyrna, Del. 

Dame, Nelson P., r .Winchester, Ya. 

Dame, W. M., r Baltimore, Md. 

Dana, Judah West Rutland, Vt. 

Daniel, C. S., r , . . Philadelphia, Pa. 

Danker, Albert, Ph.D., o. . . . Pittslield, Mass. 
Danner, T. Jefferson, r. .New Brighton, Pa. 
Darby, Henry, a. m . . . .New-York, N. Y. 
Darlington, James H., Ph.D., r., 

Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 

Darnell, Henry P., D.D., r Avon, N Y. 

Dashiell, J. M.,D.D., r. .Charlotte Hal3,Md. 
Dashiell, T. Grayson, D.D., r., Richmond, Va. 

Daugherty, Beverly W., r Huron, O. 

Davenport, Fred. P.,D.D,,r. Cairo, 111. 



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Davenport, J. Radcliff, S.T.D., 

New-York, N.Y. 

Davenport, Wm. G., r Anacostia, D. C. 

Davet. J. H Zellwood, Fla. 

David, J. E Greenville, S. C. 

Davidson, T. Wm., m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Davidson, J. M. D., r Quincy, 111. 

DAVIfiS, THOMAS F., D.D., Bishop of 

Michigan Detroit, Mich. 

Davis, A. Q., r Lowell, Mass. 

Davis, B. J Bridgeport, Ct. 

Davis, C. G., r Ironton, Mo. 

Davis, Carroll M., g. d. m St. Louis, Mo. 

Davis, Dabney C. T., r., 

Greenwood Depot, Va. 

Davis, Edward, m Centralia, Wash. 

Davis, F. W 

Davis, Geo. H., r Brainerd, Minn. 

Davis, George R., r Carson City, Nev. 

Davis, J. C . , r Athens, Ga. 

Davis, James O., r Belief onte, Pa. 

Davis, Joel, r Camden, N. Y. 

Davis, John, r Hannibal, Mo. 

Davis, Richard T., D.D., r Leesburg, Va. 

Davis, Sheldon Ansonia, Ct. 

Davis, W. W., Jr., r San Francisco, Cal. 

Daw, W. Ernest, r Crosswicks. N. J. 

Dawson, Isaac, m Carbon, Wy. T. 

Day, Samuel D., r Bradford, Pa. 

Deal, J. A., m Franklin, N. C. 

Dealey, A. Sidney, r Jamestown, N. Y. 

Dean, H. Baldwin, r Janesville, Wis. 

Dean, Wilfred H., r Noi th-Guilford, Ct. 

Deane, Kenneth M., a. m St. Louis, Mo. 

DeBeaumont, E. B New-York, N. Y. 

De Cormis, Louis, r.Great Neck, L. 1., N. Y. 
De Costa, Benjamin F., D.D., r.. 

New- York, N. Y. 

De Forest, Joseph, r. St. Louis, Mo. 

DeGarmo, C. H... Philadelphia, Pa. 

Degen, George F., r Fort Smith, Ark. 

Degen, Henry V Boston, Mass. 

Deflart, Wm. W Thonotosassa, Fla. 

Delafield, Walter, S.T.D., r ....Chicago, 111. 

Delaney, H. B 

De Lew, Lewis, D.D., LL.D., a. m.. 

Baltimore. Md. 

DeLongy, F. E Wingfield, Kan. 

Deloria, P. J Fort Yates, S. Dak. 

De Learsy, A. T, r Quantico, Md. 

DeMattos, Frederick S., r., 

ban Antonia, Tex. 

De Mille, J. H. Hobart, r Waverly, N. Y. 

Denuis, Benj., m Uniontown, Ala. 

Dennis, Frederick W New- York, N. Y. 

Dennis, H. S., r Honeoye Falls, N. Y. 

Dennis, James H., r Rochester, N. Y. 

Dennison, Robert E., r., 

Roxborough, Phila., Pa. 

Denniston, Edward, m Opelika, Ala. 

Denniston, John A New-York, N.Y. 

Denroche, C. T., m Richmond, Tex. 

Deiislow, II. M., r Seneca Falls, N. Y. 

De Puy, Ephraim New -York, N. Y. 

Derby, Henry L., r Suffolk, Va. 

Derbyshire, A. J., r West Farms, N. Y. 

DeRosset, F. A.,r Natchez, Miss. 

Des Brisav. W. A N. Y. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Be Witt, William C, r Chicago, 111. 

De Wolf, Erastus, m Holden, Mo. 

De Zeng, Edward New-York, N. Y. 

Dickenson, W. P., M.D., r..Monticello, N.Y. 
Dickey, Thus. B., princand r., 

Moorhead, Minn. 

Dickinson, Legn E., r West Park, N. Y. 

Dickinson, Thos.. . . Isle of Jersey, England. 

Dickson, James A., m Morristown, N. Y. 

Diman, John B., o Middletown, R. I. 

Dimmick, Samson, m Wayne, Pa. 

Dinzey, Joseph, r Eastoort, Me. 

Dix, Morgan, S.T.D., D.C.L., r., 

New-York, N. Y. 

Dixon, Jabez H., a. m Washington, D* C. 

DOANE, WILLIAM C, D.D., LL.D., 

Bishop of Albany Albany, N. Y. 

Dobbin, James, D.D.,prin, Faribault, Minn. 

Dobson, Charles E., m Dickinson, Dak. 

Dod, Robert 8., o New- York, N. Y. 

Dodd, William m .England. 

Dodge, Anson G. P., Jr., r Frederic*, Ga. 

Doggett, L. W. Petersburg!!, Va. 

Doherty, R. M., m Scotland, S. Dak. 

Doherty, Robt., S.T.D., can. andprinc, 

Omaha, Neb. 

Dolloway, Edward Washington, D. C. 

Donald, E. W., D.D., r New-York, N. Y. 

Donaldson, I. M Oregon City, Ore. 

Donehoe, J. De Q Freeport^ Pa. 

Donohue, Charles.. Redfield, ]Si. Y. 

Doolitell, Columbus S Mansfield, O. 

Dooman, Isaac, m Nara, Japan. 

Dooris, John A., r .Newton, Kan. 

Dorman, Lester M Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dorset, Chas. P., m La Crosse, Wis. 

Dorsey, J. Owen, a. w...Takoma Park, D. C. 

Dorwart, George M . .Summit Hill, Pa. 

Dotten, M. C ., m Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Doty, Wm. D'Orville, D.D., r., 

Rochester, N. Y. 

Douglas, Chas , r Belvidere, N. J. 

Douglas, Geo. W., S.T.D..Washington, DC. 
Douglas. Wm. K., S.T.D., r.. Bayou Sara, La. 
Douglas, William T., m. ..Natchitoches, La. 

Douglass, Benjamin J Philadelphia, Pa. 

Doupe, Charles H New-Haven, Ct. 

Dowe, Caleb, r Griffin, Ga. 

Downing, Elijah H., m Davenport, la. 

Downman, John Y Richmond, Va 

Dows, Henry A New-Rochelle, N. Y. 

Drane, Robert B., r Edenton, N. C. 

Draper, Frank B.,r New Milford. Ct. 

Drayton, John Grimke, r. .Charleston, S. C. 
Dresser, David W., S.T.D.,r. Champaign, 111. 

Drewe, G. H., r ...Clinton, Mich. 

Drisler, John, m Doha's Ferry, N. Y. 

Drown, Edward L Aponaug, R. I. 

Drown, E S Cambridge, Ma- s. 

Drowne, T. S., D.D., sec .... Fiatbush, N. Y. 

Drumm, James O N. J. 

Drumm, Thomas, M.D., eh New-York, N. Y. 

Drumm. T nomas J., t Concord, N. H. 

Drummond, Andrew D., m. % 

San Francisco, Cal. 

Drysdale, J. B., r Vincentown, N. J. 

Duane, Chas. W , r....W. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Duarte, Pedro , ... In Cuba. 



Post- Office Address. 

Duboc, Henry A., t. Hoboken, N. J, 

Du Bois, Charles W Nashotah, Wis. 

Du Bois, Geo. Mel Canon City, Col. 

Du Bois, Geo. W., D.D Hartford, Ct. 

Du Bois, Henry O Rye, N. Y. 

Du Bose, McNeely, r Union, S. C. 

Du Bose,W. P., D.D., p. col. Sewanee, Tenn. 

Du Boulay, F. C. H., r Rugby, Tenn. 

Duck, Thomas Horseheads, N. Y, 

DUDLEY, THOMAS UNDERWOOD. D.D., 

Bishop of Kentucky Louisville. 

Duerr, J. W. C, r Cleveland, O. 

Duff, Robert M., S.T.D., r.. Waterloo, N. Y. 
Dufiie,Cornelius R.,D.D., r„ 

New- York, N.Y". 

Duffield, Charles W., r .Ware, Mass. 

Duffield, S. B New-Bedford, Mass. 

Duganne, James R. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Du Hamel, J. P., D.D., r Dover, Del. 

Du Hamel, William Md. 

Duhrmg, H. L., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Dumbeli, Geo. Wm., r.. Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Dumbell, Howard W Tenn , 

Dunbar, George W., eh. U.S.A., 

Presidio, San F., Cal. 

Duncan, Henry E., D.D Elizabeth, N. J. 

Duncan, Herman C., r Alexandria, La. 

Duncan, James A., m Belton, lex. 

Duncan, Thomas, D.D., r Earleville, Md, 

Dunham, Francis B , a. ra....Pensacola,Fla. 

Dunham, Francis S., r. Albion, N. Y. 

Dunlap, Martin B.. Wilmington, Del. 

Dunlop, Henry, m Villa Grove, Col. 

Dunn, Ballard S New-York, N. Y. 

Dunn, Freeman W., si., 

St. Simon's Mills, Ga. 

Dunn, John K Kansas City, Mo. 

Dunn, J, W., m. ....... . Independence, Mo. 

Bunnell, Wm. N., D.D New-York, N.Y. 

Durand, Cvrus B., m Newark, N. J. 

Durant, N. J Barbadoes, W. I. 

Durell, George W., r. East-Somerville, Mass, 

Durlin, Fayette, r Madison, Wis. 

Duroe, Daniel, m Pittsburgh. Pa. 

Duryea, Phineas Denver. Col. 

Dye, Waiter R., r. ...... ....Livingston, Ala. 

Dyer, H. Page, a. m Baltimore, Md. 

Dyer, Heman, D.D., sec. ., New-York, N. Y. 

Dyer, Henry C.,r Naperville, III. 

Dyer, Rolla, m... Medina, O. 

Dyer, Wm. H.. Pasadena, Cal. 

Dyess, G. A. M Bellevue, Pa. 

Earle, Elmer R., r . Carthage, N. Y. 

Earle, Wm. R Westtield, N.J. 

Earp, Samuel, Ph. D South Oil City, Pa, 

Easter, George W., r Eastville, Va. 

Easter, John D., D.D., r .Mason, Cal. 

Easterbrooks, F. E., o Glenora, N. Y. 

Easterbrooks, Isaac Painted Post, N. Y. 

Eastman, George B Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Eastman, Geo. C. V., D.D., m., 

Benton Harbor, Mich. 

Eastman, G. N., r Doylestown, Pa. 

Eastman, Rush S . , r Torresdale, Pa. 

Eastment, Franklin T , a. m.. 

Glen Cove. N. Y. 
Eastin, Churchill Louisville. Ivy. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Easton, Giles A., v.. Berkeley, Cal. 

Eastwood, Benjamin, m. ...Pawtucket, R. I. 

Eaton, Arthur Wentworta Boston, Mass. 

Eaton, Theo. A., D.D., r. . .New-York, N. Y. 

Eborn, Luther, r Creswell, N. C. 

Eccleston, J.C., D.D.,r., 

Rose Bank P. O., S. I., N.Y. 
Eccleston, J. H., D.D., v.... .Baltimore, Md, 

Eckel, E. H Newport, Del. 

Eddy, Clayton, ch New-York, N. Y. 

Edgar, George E., r Georgetown, Col. 

Edgerton, E. A. . . St. Johnland, L. I., N. Y. 

Edgerton, E. C, r Aiken, S. C. 

Edmunds, Charles C Johnstown, N. Y. 

Edmunds, Chas. C, Jr., r. ..Herkimer, N. Y. 

Edsall, S. C , Chicago, 111. 

Edson, E. H. , r Wellsville, N. Y. 

Edson, Samuel, r Newton, N. J. 

Edson, Wm. B., D.D., r Phelps, N. Y. 

Edwardes, Samuel, r Morton, Pa. 

Edwards, Daniel L, r. emer Hartwell, O. 

Edwards, E. E , Red Wing, Minn. 

Edwards, Frank E O. 

Ed Awards, Geo. H., r Aberdeen, Miss. 

Edwards, Henry, r Hagerstown, Md. 

Edwards, Herbert St. Louis, Mo. 

Edwards Jotoh H., r Ottawa, 111. 

Edwards, Robert A., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Edwards, Rodney M Neb. 

Egar, John H., D.D.,r ..Rome, N. Y. 

Egbert, John L., r Marblehead, Mass. 

Ege, Thompson F.. r Gettysburg, Pa. 

Eichbaum, John H., m Henrietta, Mich. 

Eigenbrodt, Wm. E.,D.D.,/?. sem., 

New- York. N.Y. 

Eldrcd, F. C.,m Buffalo, Wy. T. 

Ellerby, Richard, r Parsons, Kan. 

Ellinguam, C M.,r St. Louis. Mo. 

Elliott, J. II., S.T.D., r.. .Washington, D. C. 

Elliott, John W Orange Valley, N. J. 

Ellis, J. Samuel, r Sheffield, Mass. 

Ell wood, D. M Norwalk, Ct. 

Ellsworth, Caleb B., r Maspeth, N. Y. 

Ellsworth, Jared W., r Naugatuck, Ct. 

Elmendorf, J. J., S.T.D., p. col. Racine, Wis. 

Elmer, William St. Louis, Mo. 

Elmer, William T., r Presque Isle, Me. 

Elwyn, Alfred L Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ely, Foster, S.T.D Ridgefield, Ct. 

Ely, John H., r College Hill, O. 

Ely, Wm Germantown, Pa. 

Embury, Edmund Plainfield, N. J. 

Embury, W. O., r Fair-Haven, N. J. 

Emery, John A., r Oakland, Cal. 

Emery, Rums, r Newburgh, N. Y. 

Emery, W. Stanley, m., 

Wolfboro Junction, N. H. 

Engle, George B .Indianapolis, Ind. 

Engle, Willis D., m Indianapolis. Ind. 

Enos, Edgar A., r Troy, N. Y. 

Ensworth, Henry B., r Brownsville, Pa. 

Eppes, Wm. E., r Albany, Ga. 

Erben, Washington B Lancaster, Pa. 

Esch, John F., o Keeseville, N. Y. 

Estabrooke, W. W., M.D . . ..Jerseyville, 111. 

Estill, Reverdy Newport, Ky. 

Eubank*, R. Percy, r Concord, N. C. 

Evans, Frank E. , o. Paris, Tex. 



Post- Office Addt esu. 

Evans, John Clyde, N. Y. 

Evans, Rees C Camden, N. J. 

Evarts, Prescott, a. m New- York, N. Y. 

Everest, Haynes L., princ. . . . . .Hamden, Ct. 

Everett, Wm.B., MLD^ra.Steph^n's City, Va. 
Everhart, G. M., D.D Fletcher, N. C. 

Fackenthall, C. S., r Napa, Cal. 

Fair, Campbell, D.D., r., 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Fair, John C Wirwick, N. Y. 

Fair, Wm. A., m Grand Bassa, Liberia. 

Fairbairn, Robt. B., D.D., LL.D.,^r. col., 

Annandale, N. Y. 

Fales, Thomas F., r Waltham, Mass. 

Falkner, Bishop, r West-Orange, N. J. 

Falkner, J. Blake, D.D., /'.Germantown, Pa. 

Falls, Neilson, r Georgetown, D.C. 

Fang, Tt?an-Long, m Wu Hu, China. 

Farrar, John A., r Hobart, N. Y. 

Farrington, Wm. G., D.D Orange, N.J. 

Faucon, James P., r East Orange, N. J. 

Faude, J. J., r Michigan City, Ind. 

Fustecn, G. M Atlanta, Ga. 

Fawcett, J. G., m New-Tork, N. Y. 

Fay, H. Warren We-tborongh, Mass. 

Fellows, W. W Muskegon, Mich. 

Fenn, P. T Brewster's, N. Y. 

Fercken, Gaston J.,r Islip, N. Y. 

Ferguson, Charles, m Ravenswood, 111. 

Ferguson, George W., r Sing-Sine, N. Y. 

Ferguson, Henry, p. col Hartford, Ct. 

Ferguson, J. Dudley, r Rochester, N. Y. 

FERGUSON, SAMUEL DAVID, D.D., 
Missionary Bishop of Cape Palmas. 

Harper, Cape Palmas, Liberia. 

Ferin, P. T Amenia, N. Y. 

Ferris, Charles White Plains, N. Y. 

Ferris, John O., m Chippewa Falls, Wis. 

Fessenden, Chas. E., r Summit Hill, Pa. 

Fidler, Arthur J Buffalo, N. Y. 

Field, C. Neale, a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Field, George G., r Coatesville, Pa. 

Field, Justin, r Lenox, Mass. 

Finch, P. Voorhees, r Greenfield, Mass. 

Finlay, W. J. W Simcoe, Ontario. 

Finn, James B., r Watertown, Wis. 

Fischer, Chas. L., r Chillicothe, O. 

Fisher, Frederick S .St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Fisher, George Medf ord, Mass. 

Fisher, Thomas L., r Clinton, Mass. 

Fiske, Albert A., m Austin, 111. 

Fiske, Chas. C New-York, N. Y. 

Fiske, George McC, D.D., ?., 

Providence, R. I. 
Fiske, W T m. A., LL.D., r.. 

Parkville, L. I., N. Y. 

Fitch, Wm. T Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fitchett, Chas. L., r Pelaluma, Cal. 

Fitts, Philip A., r Anniston, Ala. 

Fitzgerald, John H., r Milford, Ct. 

Fitzhugh, Geo. S St. James City, Fla. 

Fitzpatrick, J. B., r Sherman, Tex. 

Fitzsimmons, P 

Flagg, Edward 0.,D.D New-York, N.Y. 

Flagg, Jared B., D.D New-York, N. Y. 

Flagler, Charles D., r Cleveland, Tenn. 

Flanders, A. B., r St. Albans, Vt. 



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Post- Office Address. 
Flanders. James C, r .Manchester Centre, Vt. 

Fleetwood, B. F., D.D Sycamore, 111. 

Fleming, Andrew North East, Pa. 

Fleming, David L., r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Fletcher, A., ra Redlands, Cal. 

Fletcher, Joseph, r Mt. Winaus, Md. 

Flichtner, G. Frederick, r..Engle wood, N. J. 

Flower, E. W., r Duanesbnrgh, N. Y. 

Flowers, George W., r... Cedar Rapids, Neb. 

Fogg, Thomas B Brooklyn, Ct. 

Foggo, Edward A., D.D., r. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Foley, Geo. C, r Williamsport, Pa. 

Foote, George W Santa Cruz, Cal. 

Foote, Henry L. , r St. Joseph, Mo. 

Foote, Israel, D.D., r. enter. .Rochester, N. Y. 

Foote, Theo. C, t Baltimore, Md. 

Forbes, Alexander Yonkers, N. Y. 

Forbes, Arthur, r Dalton, Ga. 

Forbes, E. M., r Beaufort, N. C. 

Forrest, Douglas F., D.D., r.Clifton, Cin., O. 

Forrester, Henry, m Mesilla, N. M. 

Forster, J. F Danville, Va. 

Forster, T. J. B Pocatello, Idaho. 

Forsyth, R. W., a. m Baltimore, Md. 

Fortin, Ivan C, r Crookston, Minn. 

Foster, Colley A., LL.D Sedalia, Mo. 

Foster, James Iowa City, la. 

Foster, James P Geneva, N. Y. 

Foster, John Athens, Tenn, 

Foster, John McG., r Bangor, Me. 

Foster, Theo. B.,r.. Great Barrington, Mass. 

Fothergill, M. M., r New-Canaan, Ct. 

Foute, R. C, r San Francisco, Cal. 

Fowler, Le Baron W., r..N. E. Harbor. Me. 

Fowler, W. W Rochester. Minn. 

Fox, Peter, m Sac City, la. 

Francis, J. M Tokyo, Ji?pan. 

Franklin, Benj., D.D., r.. Shrewsbury, N. J. 
Franklin, Thos. L., D.D., m.Philadelphia,Pa. 

Franks, James P., r. Salem, Mass. 

Frazer, Abner L., Jr .. .Kalamazoo Mich. 

Freeland, Chas. W., a. ra Stamford, Ct. 

Freeman, Andrew F Louisville, Ky. 

Freeman, Charles E., r Waterford, N. Y. 

Freeman, Henry R Islip, N. Y. 

Freeman, Lyman N Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Freeman, Reuben H Independence, la. 

French, C. A., r Escanaba, Mich. 

French, Louis, r Darien, Ct. 

French, Samuel J., r Lexington, Ky. 

French, Wm. C.,D.D., ed. . . .Philadelphia, Pa. 

French, Wm. G., m New-York, N. Y 

French, Willison B., as-so. ed., 

Philadelphia. Pa. 

Frisbie, Stephen W., r Detroit, Mich, 

Frisby, W. B., r. Boston, Mass. 

Frost, Wm. J., D.D., LL.D., r..Carlyle, 111. 

Fugette, James P., r Baltimore. Md. 

FuTcher, Thomas B., can Albany, N. Y. 

Fulforth, C. L., ra...East Mauch Chunk, Pa, 

Fuller, Henry R., a. m Syracuse, N. Y. 

Fuller, Horace W Philadelphia. Pa. 

Fuller, Nath. B., r. Seguin, Tex. 

Fuller, Osgood E., r Caro, Mich. 

Fuller, Robert M., m San Antonio, Tex. 

Fuller, Sam., D.D., p. <?m<jr..Middletown, Ct. 

Fuller, Samuel R., r Buffalo, N. Y. 

Fuller, W. A Claremont, Pa. 



Post- Office Address. 
Fullerton, Geo. S.,p col.. .Philadelphia, Pa. 
Fulton, John, D.D., LL.D. .New- York. N. Y. 

Fulton, J. M. C, ra Jacksonville, 111. 

Funsten, James B., r Richmond, Va. 

Funsten, G. M Atlan a, Ga. 

Furey, John G., ra Germantown, Pa. 

Gabia— Brown ell, T. C, m., 

Wotoke, Liberia. W. Africa. 

Gadsden, Thos. F., r Anderson, S. C. 

Gailor, Thomas F., jo. sem. ..Sewanee. Tenn. 

Gairdner, R. H. F Niles, Mich. 

Galbraith, J. E. H Little Rock, Ark. 

Galbraith, Richard, m Montell, Tex. 

Gallagher, Peyton Geneva, N. Y. 

Gallagher, W. H , r Painesville, O. 

Gallaudet, Sam. H. S Newark, N. J. 

Gallaudet, Thomas, D.D., r.New-York, N.Y. 
GALLEHER, JOHN NICHOLAS, D.D., 

Bishop of Louisiana New-Orleans. 

Galpin, William Delta, Mich. 

Gali, Alexander, r Mount Laurel, Va. 

Gamble, H. L., r Lyons, la. 

Gambrall, Theo. C, r.Tracey's Landing, Md. 

Ganter, Richard L., D.D., r Akron, O. 

Gantt, J. Gibson Chaptico, Md. 

Garclam, William, r Faribault, Minn. 

Gardiner, Charles H., m., 

Bridge-Hampton, N. Y. 

Gardiner, Fred., Jr Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 

Gardiner, R. H. F York, Neb. 

Gardner, Chas. H., dean Omaha, Neb. 

Gardner, Edward C, r... Nantucket, Mas*. 

Gardner, Geo. E., r St. Joseph, Mo. 

Gardner, H. V East Aurora, N. Y. 

Gardner, William F., r Doreey, Md. 

Gardner, Walter R., r Plymouth, Wis. 

Garfield, N. L New-Haven, Ct. 

Garland, Frederick M Fayette ville. Tenn. 

Garland, J. B Vermillion, S. Dak. 

GARRETT, ALEX. CHARLES, D.D.,LL.D., 

Miss'y Bishop of Northern Texas. .Dallas. 

Garrett, D. Claiborne, r. Davenport, la. 

Garrett, Stephen W O. 

Garrison, Joseph F., T>.T>.,p. sem , 

Camden, N. J. 

Gasmann, John G., m Santa Clara, Cal. 

Gass, John, r Augusta, Ga. 

Gassner, Geo. S., svpt...St. Johnland, N. Y. 

Gates, Geo. W., M.D Camden, N. J. 

Gates, Horatio, r Gilbert sviile. N. Y. 

Gatewood, Robert, a. m Norfolk, Va. 

Gauss, Charles, m Baltimore. Md. 

Gay, Ebenezer, m Tompkin's Cove, N. Y. 

Gay, J. L., !»..... Fayette, Mo. 

Gaynor, Edmund H Sioux City, la. 

Gaynor, Samuel C, r. . ." Boone, la. 

Gee, Virginias O., r Bowling Green, Ky. 

Geer, William M., a. m New- York, N. Y. 

George, Albert E., r South Boston, Mass. 

George, James H., r Salisbury, Ct. 

George, John F., r Thompsonville, Ct . 

George, T. M. N., r Durham, N. C. 

Gernand, Robert H., a. m... Baltimore. Md. 

Gesner, A. Herbert, r Sing Sing, N. Y. 

Gesner, Richmond H., r. . .Hyde Park. N. Y. 

Getz, Henry S., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Gibbons, Geo. A., r Romney , W. Va. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Gibbs, George S., r Gainesville, Tex. 

Gibson, C. J.,D.D.. r Petersburg, Va. 

Gibson, Frank M., r Elk Ridge, Md. 

Gibson, Frederick, r 'Baltimore, Md. 

Gibson, George, r. . , .Hudson, Wis. 

Gibson, G. W., m Monrovia, Africa. 

Gibson, Isaac, r Norristown, Pa. 

Gibson, J. Breckenridge, D.D.yprMi*?., 

Sing Sing, N. Y. 

Gibson, John S., r Middle way, W. Va. 

Gibson, Joseph T., m Caldwell, Liberia. 

Gibson, L. W., r Dover, Del. 

Gibson, R. A., r Cincinnati, O. 

Gibson, R. H. ..Graway, Liberia, W. Africa. 
Gibson, Wm. T., D.D., LL D.,c4.TTtica, N. Y. 
Gierlow, John, Ph.D., m. .Jefferson City, Mo. 

Gilberson, S. Lord Salt Lake City, Utah. 

GILBERT, MAHLON NORRIS, S.T.D.. 

Assistant Bishop of Minnesota. . .St. Paul. 

Gilbert, T. H., m Yreka, Cal. 

Gilfillan, James A., si/pt., 

White Earth Res., Minn. 

Gill, J. W Keeseville, N. Y. 

Gill, Wiliiam, m Pomeroy, Wash. Ter. 

GILLESPIE, GEORGE De N., D.D., 

Bishop of West'n Michigan, Grand Rapids. 

Gilliat, Charles G., r Newport, R. I. 

Gilliat, Francis, r Addison, N. Y. 

Gilliland, John D., r Tilton, N. H. 

Gilman, James W., r Hastings, Neb. 

Githens, Wm. L St. Augustine, Fla. 

Glass, John G., m Winnsboro, S. C. 

Glazebrook, Otis A., D.D., r.Elizabeth, N. J. 

Goddard, Edward N., r Windsor, Vt. 

Gold, William J., S.T.D.,^. sem.. 

Chicago, 111. 

Goldsborough, A., r Monroe, Ct. 

Goodale, Samuel, D.D Columbus, Neb. 

Goodfellow, John A., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Goodhue, Jonathan E., r. . . .Newark, N. Y. 
Goodisson, William H., m..Tecumseh, Neb. 

Goodnough, Edward A., r Oneida, Wis. 

Goodrich, Alfred B., D.D. . r. . . .Utica, N. Y. 

Goodrich, J. B., r Claremont. N. H. 

Goodridge, Edward, r Exeter, N. H. 

Goodwin, Daniel, v.. .East-Greenwich, R. I. 
Goodwin, D. R., D.D., LL.D., p. sem., 

W. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Gocdwin, E. H. C, o., 

Governor's Island, New- York. 

Goodwin, Edward L., r Bowlesville, Va. 

Goodwin, Francis Hartford, Ct. 

Goodwin, Hannibal Newark, N. J. 

Goodwin, M. M., r .Decatur, 111. 

Goodwin, R. A., p. sem Petersburg, Va. 

Goodyear, Horace B., m Springfield, 111. 

Gordon, John Areola, La. 

Gordon, Percy, a. m Louisville, Ky. 

Gordon, Thomas H ..Gloucester, N. J. 

Gordon, William B., m City of Mexico. 

Gorgas, H. B., a. m German town, Pa. 

Gorrell, A. V Chicago, 111. 

Goss, J. N. T., r Baker City, Or. 

Goudy, Rob. Reed, r..Blue Earth City, Minn. 

Gove, Curtis C Oskfield, N. Y. 

Grabau, H. P. Le F., r. . .Binghamton, N. Y. 

Graf, John U Romulus, N. Y. 

Graff, W. Henry, r Williamsport, Pa. 



Post- Office Address. 
GRAFTON, CHARLES. C., D.D., Bishop of 

Fond du Lac Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Graham, A. J., r Minneapolis, Minn. 

Graham, John, r McKeesport, Pa. 

Graham, Richardson. .Frankford, Phila., Pa. 

Graham, R. R., a. m New- York, N. Y. 

Graham, S. T New-York, N. Y. 

Graham, William, D.D., r.. Nashville, Tenn. 
Grammer, Carl E.,p. sem., 

Theological Sem., Va. 

Grammer, James, D.D., r The Plains, Va. 

Grammer, Julius E., D.D., r. Baltimore, Md. 

Granberry, Stephen H., r Newark, N. J. 

Grange, Robert W., r Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Granger, Francis, a. m Buffalo, N. Y. 

Granger, Robert, r. .Richfield Springs, N. Y. 

Grannis, Frederick O., r Columbus, O. 

Grant, Percy S., m Fall River, Mass. 

Grantham, Herbert A Covington, La. 

Gravatt, John J. , r .... Hampton, Va. 

Gravatt, W. L., r . . Norfolk, Va. 

Graves, Anson R., r Minneapolis, Minn, 

Graves, Frederick R., m.. .Wuchang, China. 

Graves, Gemont, m Burlington, Vt. 

Graves, J. A., r Washington, D. C. 

Gray, Andrew Boston, Mass. 

Gray, Arthur P Amherst C. H., Va. 

Gray, Charles M., r Franklin, Tenn. 

Gray, Edward P Baltimore, Md. 

Gray, Fred. M., hon. canon.. .Albany, N. Y. 

Gray, Horatio Boston, Mass. 

Gray, J. B., a. m Washington, D. C. 

Gray, James H Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Gray, John, r San Francisco, Cal. 

Gray, J. Harvey Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Gray, S. R. S., r Whatcom, Wash. 

Gray, William O, D.D., /'..Nashville, Tenn. 

Greaves, Alban, r Leaksville, N. C. 

Greaves, Frederick, m Paterson, N. J. 

Green, Edward P., o Woodleaf, N. C. 

Green, Edwin H., o Lawrenceville, Va. 

Green, Henry M., m Darlington, Wis. 

Green, J. Mercier, r Charleston, S. C. 

Green, Stephen H., r St. Louis, Mo. 

Green, T. E., r Cedar Rapids, la. 

Green, W. Augustus, r Topeka, Kan. 

Greene, George, r Mahanoy City, Pa. 

Greene, R. W. E Mo. 

Greene, Thomas, r. emer Wausau, Wis. 

Greene, W. Wallace, r. . .Church Creek, Md. 
Greenieaf, Arthur P., r.. Battle Creek, Mich. 
Greenwood, John W. , r ...... Oshkosh, Wis. 

Greer, David H., D.D., r.. .New- York, N. Y. 

Greer, William. N. Conway, N. H. 

Greeson, John r . Oskaloosa, la. 

GREGG, ALEXANDER, D.D., LL.D., 

Bishop of Texas Austin. 

Gregg, Francis M., r Chicago, 111. 

Gregory, Almon : . Syracuse, N. Y. 

Gregory, Henry T., r Ticonderoga, N. Y. 

Gregson, John, r Wilkinsonville, Mass. 

Gritiin, A. W., r Danvers, Mass. 

Grifilth, C. C, r Baltimore, Md. 

Griffith, Geo. T., a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Griffith, Geo. W. , a. m M eriden, Ct. 

Griffith, H. Allen, r Downingtown, Pa. 

Griffith, Samuel H Baltimore, Md. 

Griggs, Walter P Poolesville, Md. 



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Post- Office Address. 
Grint, Alfred Poole, r.. Warehouse Point, CL 
Griswold, Benjamin B., D.D., m , 

Carroll, Baltimore City, Md. 

Griswold, George C Guilford, Ct. 

Griswold, Sheldon M., r... Little Falls, N. Y. 

Grosvenor, W. M., a. m Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Groton, Wm. M., r .Westerly, R. I. 

Grubb, Curtis, m ■ Pitman, Fla. 

Grubb, Robert E. . '. Jacksonville, Fla. 

Grubbe, William C, r Cairo, N. Y. 

Grueber, Roland E., a. m.. New-York, N. Y. 

Guerin, Lawrence, m Maryville, Mo. 

Guerry, Alexander S. C. 

Guerry, Le Grand F., r Van Buren, Ark. 

Guerry, W. A Florence, S. C. 

Guilbert, Edmund, D.D., r.New-York, N. Y. 

Guion, Wm. B., m Minneapolis, Minn. 

Gunn, D. Griffin Bol-e City, Idaho. 

Gurr, Henry J., m Centreville, Cal. 

Gurteen, S. Humphreys New- York, N. Y. 

Gushee, E.. M., o Cambridge, Mass. 

Gwillim, Thomas R., m Fairplay, Col. 

Gwilym, D. V Houlton, Me. 

Gwynne, Walker, r Augusta, Me. 

Habersham, B. E., m Portland, Ore. 

Haff, Franklin R., r Green Bay, Wis. 

Hague, Henry, r Worcester, Mass. 

Hains, C. R., D.D., r Petersburg, Va. 

Hale, Charles R., D.D., dean. .Davenport, la. 

Hale, Charles S Claremont, N. H. 

Hale, Rowland Fayetteville, Tenn. 

Hall, A. Kinney 111. 

Hall, Arthur C. A., m Boston, Mass. 

Hall, Benjamin T., r. . . Pleasantville, N. Y. 

Hall, Byron J., r Danbury, Ct. 

Hall, Charles H., D.D., r. . . .Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hall, Francis J., t. sem Chicago, 111. 

Hall, Francis M., r Cleveland, O. 

Hall, George Seaford, Del. 

Hall, George C, r •• . Honesdale, Pa. 

Hall, James E., r Cherry Valley, N. Y. 

Hall, Joseph C, a. m Newark, N. J. 

Hall, Randall C, S.T.D.,.p. sem., 

New- York, N. Y. 

Hall, Richard C Baltimore, Md. 

Hall, Samuel D., a. m Sy kesville, Md. 

Hall, William Bayonne, N. J. 

Hall,W.B.,<5 . Racine, Wis. 

Hall, Wyllys, D.D., r Marquette, Mich. 

Hallam, Frank Jackson, Miss. 

Hallock, Olin, r South Norwalk, Ct. 

Halsey, J. B 

Hamel, E. T., o Omaha, Neb. 

Hamilton, Alex » Lewisboro, N. Y. 

Hamilton, Charles A New-York, N. Y. 

Hamilton, D. S Williamsport, Pa. 

Hamilton, E. B., r Detroit, Mich. 

Hamilton, J. F., r Sauk Centre, Minn. 

Hamilton, James J 

Hamilton, Moses, m Bellevue, O. 

Hamilton, Robert G., r Canton, N. Y. 

Hamilton, William B.. v.. Minneapolis, Minn. 
Hammarskold, John G., m. Providence, R. I. 
Hammond, James E . . Holly Springs, Miss. 

Hammond, Kensey J., r Greenville, Del. 

Hampton, W. H. , m Frankfort, Ky . 

Hamvasy, Emir, LL.D., r Tyler, Tex. 



Post- Office Address. 
Hanckel,Jas. S., D.D., r., Charlottesville,Va. 

Hanckel,Wm. H.,r Abbeville, S. C. 

Hansbrough, J. S., r Orange C. H., Va. 

Harding, Alfred, r Washington, D. C. 

Harding, Carroll E., m Baltimore, Md. 

Harding, Israel, r Kinston, N. C. 

Harding, J. McAlpine, r Trenton, N. J. 

Hardiug, John B., r Baltimore, Md. 

Harding, John R., r Macon, Mo. 

Harding, Nathaniel, r Washington, N. C. 

Hardy, Lucius M., princ. .. Burlington, Vt. 

Hare, Chandler, r Lebanon, Pa. 

Hare, G. Emlen, D.D., LL.D.,;?. sem., 

W. Philadelphia, Pa, 
HARE, WILLIAM HOBART, S.T.D., Mis- 
sionary Bishop of South Dakota. 

Sioux Falls, S. Dakota. 

Hargate, John, t .Concord, N. H. 

Hargrave, John T., r Brownsville, Tex. 

Hanson, Wm. H., D.D.,r Catskill, N. Y. 

Harper, A., Jr Owatonna, Minn. 

Harper, J. C Golden, Col. 

Harper, R. T., Jr Wis. 

Harper, Thos. G. , m Kansas City, Mo. 

Harraden, Frank S., r Hanover, Mass. 

Harrigan, John Fenton, o. . Philadelphia, Pa. 

Harriman, Fred. D Middle Haddam, Ct. 

Harriman, Fred. Wm., r Windsor, Ct. 

Harrington, Frank P., ch., 

Suspension Bridge, N. Y. 
Harris, George C, S.T.D., r...St. Louis, Mo. 

Harris, H. Rich'd, r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Harris, John A., r Oxford, Miss. 

Harris, J. Andrews, D.D., r., 

Chestnut Hill, Pa. 

Harris, J. J., a. m Tuscaloosa, Ala. 

Harris, Norman B., m Madison, Fla. 

Harris, Robert, r Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Harris, Thomas R., D.D.,r. New-York, N. Y. 

Harris, Wm. A., r. emer Washington, D.C. 

Harris, Wm. J., D.D Nashua, N. H. 

Harris, W. R., r Somerville, N. J. 

Harrison, Hall, r Ellicott City, Md. 

Harrison, Jesse B,, r Belleville, 111. 

Harrison, J. J. Sag Harbor, N. Y. 

Harrison, John A., D.D., r..Demopolis, Ala. 

Harrison, John P., m Totaro, Va. 

Harrison, Wm. M., r., 

Frankford Road, Phila., Pa. 

Harrod, Geo. W., r Burling ton, N. J. 

Harrold, James A.,M.D., r. Washington, D.C. 
Harrower, Pascal, 

West New-Brighton. S. I., N. Y. 

Hart, A. Bloomer, r New-York, N. Y. 

Hart, Edward P., m Rochester, N. Y. 

Hart, H. Martyn. dean Denver, Col. 

Hart, Mark (Indian), m.. Leech Lake, Minn. 

Hart, Samuel, D.D., p. col Hartford, Ct. 

Hartley, Benjamin, m Lamed, Kan. 

Hartman, Chas. H. S Cleburne, Tex. 

Hartmann, Ernest A Oneonta, N. Y. 

Hartzell, Jacob S., r.Perkiomen, Phila.. Pa. 

Hartzell, J. Hazard, D.D Orange, N. J. 

Harwood, Edwin, D.D., r. . .New-Haven, Ct. 

Haskins, D. G., S.T.D Cambridge, Mass. 

Haskins, S.M.,D.D., r.Brooklyn, E.^D., N.Y. 

Haskins, Thomas W., r Los Angeles, Cal. 

Hastings, Adam A. W., a. m. .Detroit. Mich. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Hatch, William A., r Monroe, Mo. 

Hatton, Wm. H. D. Warrensburg, Mo. 

Haughton, James, r. Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Haughton, Thos. B., r... . Williamston, N. C. 

Haupr, C. E 

Haverstick, Alexander C, r. .Frostburg, Md. 

Hawkes, James P , r Corry, Pa. 

Hawkins. Wm. G Lincoln, Neb . 

Hawley, Fletcher J., D.D..Lake Park, Minn. 

Hawthorne, W. J Sandusky, O. 

Hay, P. D., r Beaufort, S. C. 

Hayden, Chas. A., r Mt. Holly, N. J. 

Hayden, Horace E . , m Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Hayden, Richard M., supt. .New-York, N. Y. 
Hayes, Charles W., D.D., r..Westfield, N. Y. 

Haynes, H. H., r Cambridge, Mass. 

Hay ward, Richard Montclair, N. J. 

Hay ward, William S., r Alderley, Wis. 

Heakes, William, m Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Heald, Jesse E . , r Tariff ville, Ct. 

Heartrield, Frank, r Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

Heath, J. G. B . , m New- York, N. Y. 

Heaton, Henry, o Cape Vincent, N. Y. 

Heaton, Wm. Smith, m... Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hebbard, George P., r Tarborough, N. C. 

Hedges, Chaplin S.,D.D., r.New-Orleans, La. 

Hedlnan, John Chicago, 111. 

Heermans, N. W , r Madison. Ind. 

Heff era, A. D Hazel wood, Pa. 

Hefter, D. D., ch Rending, Pa. 

Heister, H. T., r Farm Rid^re, 111. 

Helfenstein, E. T Forest H ill, Md. 

Helm, J. T., M.D., r. .St. Matthew's P.O., Ky. 

Henry, Francis A .Morristown, N. J. 

Henry, Frank W., r Muncie, Ind. 

Henry, H. Ashton, r Wilmington, Del. 

Henry, Matthew Rugby, Tenn. 

Henshaw, Daniel, S.T D.,r.Providence, R. I. 

Hensley, Alexander C Frankfort, Ky. 

Hepbron, S. S.,r Old Church, Va. 

Hepburn, Geo. G New-York, N. Y. 

Herrick, O. E., ch. TJ. S. A., 

Fortress Monroe, Ya. 

Herrlich, John P., r Sacra mento, Cal. 

Herron, J. D., r New Castle, Pa. 

Hess, Arthur W Farmingham, Mass. 

Hewitt, John, r ...Fremont, Neb. 

Hewlett, John O, m 'Roslindaie, Mass. 

Heysinger, J. L Morton, Pa. 

Hibbard, Charles H., r Germantown, Pa. 

Hickman, Percival H., r Riverside, 111. 

Higbee, Charles, r Pelham, N. Y. 

Higby, A. W Fairbank, la. 

Higgins, George H., M.D., r..M\ Paso, Tex. 

Higgins, Jesse .Snow Hill, Md. 

Higginson, H. P., m Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Higgs. Gilbert, r Warrenton, N. C. 

Higgs, William Holland Patent, N. Y. 

Higson, John.W Marshall, Mo. 

Hill, Ambler B., r .Pierre, S. Dak. 

Hill, Howard F., r Arnesbury, Mass. 

Hill, Joseph W.,o New-York, N. Y. 

Hill, Simeon C, r Mt. Airy, Phila., Pa. 

Hill, William H Berkley, Cal. 

Hilliard, Francis W., r Beltsville, Md. 

Hilliard, S. H Boston, Mass. 

Hillmer, Joseph J., r Winona, Minn. 

Hills, E. M. W., r. Orlando, Fia. 



Post- Office Address. 

Hills, G. Heathcote, r Rivei ton, N. J. 

Hills, George M., D.D., f. . .Burlington, N. J. 

Hills, Horace J Wabasha, Minn. 

Hills, John Dows, r Tacoma, Wash. 

Hillyar, James M . , r Goidsboro, N. C. 

Hilton, Horace G., r Plymouth, N. C. 

Himes, Joshua V., m Elk Point, S. Dak. 

Himes, William Lloyd Coneord, N. H. 

Hines, Thomas, r Chicago, 111. 

Hinkle, George W., m Trinidad, Col. 

Hinman, S. Dutton, m.. Birch Cooley, Minn. 

Hinson, George Cuero, Tex. 

Hipkins, F. S., r Oakland, Md. 

Hitchcock, W. A., D.D., r. .. .Buifalo, N. Y. 

Hitchings, Horace B New-York, N. Y. 

Hixon, Charles E., r Minneapolis, Minn. 

Hobbie, Reeve, r Newark, N. J. 

Robbs, D. G Beatty ville, Ky. 

Hobbs, Joseph M., r : . . .Peabody, Mass. 

Hobson, J. C Va. 

Hochuly, John, m Fairfield, la. 

Hodge, Charles R., r New Lenox, 111. 

Hodge, George W., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hodges, George, a. m Wilkinsburg, Pa. 

Hodges, J. S. B., S.T.D., r.. .Baltimore, Md. 
Hodgson, Telfair, D.D.,$6cm.Sewanee,Tenn. 

Hodgkiss, Samuel, m Brockton, Mass. 

Hoffman, Chas. F., D D., r. New- York, N. Y. 
Hoffman, E. A., D.D, dean sem., 

New-York, N.Y. 

Hoffman, Edwin S Youngstown. O. 

Hogaboam, James J Hudson, Mich. 

Hoge, C. M., m Woodland, Cal. 

Hoke, Daniel F Anniston, Ala. 

Hoi brook, Charles A., r Aurora, 111. 

Holbrojk, George A., r Ashtabula, O. 

Holbrook, W. A N.J. 

Holcombe, Theodore I., sec. New- York, N. Y. 

Holden, Levi L., r Williamsburg, Kan. 

Holden, Robert, princ New- York, N. Y. 

Holden, Seaver M Mansfield, O. 

Holden, William Florence, N. J. 

Holeman, F. R Longwood, Fla. 

Holland, RoVt A., S.T.D., r. . St. Louis, Mo. 

Holley, Byron, r Greenville, S. C. 

Holley, William W., D.D., r., 

Hackensack, N. J. 

Rollings, E. N Charleston, S. C. 

Hoi lister, C. W., r Warren, O. 

Holly, J. 

Holmes, Charles, r Delavan, Wis. 

Holmes, J. F., m Pacific Grove, Cai. 

Holmes, L. P, r Elkhorn, Wis. 

Holmes, Lucian, m. Matagorda, Tex. 

Holmes, S. F., r % Mount Vernon, N. Y. 

Hoist, John R., r Wyoming, 111. 

Holt, Charles J., r Fordham, N. Y. 

Homer, Charles W., r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Iloneyman, Melvin Great Bend, Pa. 

H od, Thomas, m Idaho Springs, Col. 

Hooff, Douglass Detroit, Mich. 

Hooper, Joseph, r Mystic River, Ct. 

Hooper, M. R., princ Lancaster, Pa. 

Hooper, William B Rye, N. Y. 

Hooker, Sydney D., m Dillon, Mont. 

Hooker, William E.,r Plymouth. Ct. 

Hopkins, George P., r Stevensville, Pa. 

Hopkins, Lucius D. , m Oconto, Wis. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Hopkins, J. H., ST.D Burlington, vt. 

Hopkins, William C, r Toledo, O. 

Hopson, George B., D.D., p. col., 

Annandale, N. Y, 

Hopson, Oliver - Madalin, N. Y. 

Horsfall, William, m Miles City, Mont. 

Horsfield, F. ,H. T., r Cambridge, N. Y. 

Horton, Sanford J., D.~D .,2?rinc. Cheshire, Ct. 

Hoskin, R. Heber, r Detroit, Mich. 

Hoskins, Edward C, m New-York, N. Y. 

Hoskins, F. D Wilmington, Del. 

Hotchkin, S. ¥.,?'.. . . Bustleton, Phila., Pa. 
Houghton, Edward C , a.m. New-York, N. Y. 

Houghton, George C, r Hoboken, N. J. 

Houghton, Geo. H., D.D , r.New- York, N. Y. 

Houghton, John H., r Salem, N. Y. 

Hovey, Henry E , /*.. Portsmouth, N. H. 

Howard, A. B., m Deer Lodge, Mont. 

Howard, C. McL., m Boerne, Tex. 

Howard, David, r Wilmington, Del. 

Howard, De Witt C, r Mt. Pleasant, la. 

Howard, H. R., S.T.D., r..Tullahoma,Tenn. 

Howard, Horatio C.,r Columbus, Tex. 

Howard, Oran R., D.D Bath, N. Y. 

HOWE, MARK ANTONY De W., D.D., 
LL.D., Bishop of Central Pennsyl- 
vania Reading. 

Howe, R. H . , r . . Longwood, Mass. 

HOWE, WM BELL WHITE, D.D., 

Bishop of South-Carolina Charleston. 

Howell, George Eatoutown, N. J. 

Howell, George E., m Liberty, Va. 

Howell, Richard L., r Sandusky, O. 

Howell, William C, m Fraternity, Va. 

Howes, Reuben, D.D New-York, N. Y. 

Howitt^M.. r Sonora, Cal. 

Howland, Williams, r Passaic, N. J. 

Hoyt, Henry A. F., eh Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hoyt, S. R. J , D D., r Waverly, la. 

Hsia, Ching Pang, m Wuchang, China. 

Hubard, E. W., r Forest Depot, Va. 

Hubard, James R., D.D., sec, 

Washington, D. C. 

Hubbard, John P., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hubbard, Warren C, r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Hubbard. W. F.. ch. U.S.A., 

FortBuford, D. T. 

Hubbel, J 

Hubbs, John B., r Johnstown, N. Y. 

Huckel, William, a. m New- York, N. Y. 

Huddart. R. T., Ph.D. ...San Francisco, Cal. 

Hudgins, Charles B., r Rome, Ga. 

Hudson, Aionzo J. M Eastonville, Col. 

Hudson, Robert, ch. U.S.N. .Kittanning, Pa. 

Hudson, Theodore C, r Mankato, Minn. 

Huff, Henri M. G , r Glassboio, N. J. 

Hughes, Henry, r Coldwater, Mich. 

Hughes, N. Collin, D.D., r., 

Chocowinity, N C. 

Hughes, N. C, Jr., o Chocowinity, N. C. 

Hughes, Thomas P., r New- York, N. Y. 

Hughes,Wm. M., S.T.D., r.Morristown. N.J. 
Hugbson, Walter, a. w»...East Orange, N J. 

Huigiun. Eugene J. V Boonville, N. Y. 

Hull, Albert S., r Morrisania, N.Y. 

Hull, Andrew, D.D Elmira, N. Y. 

Hullihcn, Walter Q., r Staunton, Va. 

Hnlme. James, r Eureka, Cal. 



Post-OMce Address. 

Humes, Edwin J., r Eddmgton. Pa. 

Humes, Thomas W., S.T.D., 

Knoxville, Tenn. 

Humphrey, Fred'k/r. .Havre de Grace, Md. 

Humphrey, L. S 

Humphrey, Walter D., r Hamden, Ct. 

Humphreys, Landon. . . ,,Morristown, N..J. 

Humpriries, Henry Jarrow-on-Tyne. Eng. 

Hundley, A. Y., r Accokeek, Md. 

Hundley, J. Hervey, r Montague's', Va. 

Hunt, George H., r Radnor. Pa. 

Hunt, John J Marietta, Ga. 

Hunt, William H., m Atlanta, Ga. 

Hunte, Ed., m., Crozierville, Liberia, Africa. 

Hunter, A. Burtis, v. pnnc. . . Raleigh, N. C. 

Hunter, E. G., r Indianapolis, Ind. 

Hunter, E. W. , m New-OrJeans, La. 

Hunter, M. H La Plata, Md. 

Hunter, William C, r Columbus, Ga. 

HUNTINGTON, FREDERIC DAN, S.T.D., 
D.C.L., LL.D., Bishop of Central 
New-York Syracuse, N. Y. 

Huntington, George P., r Ashfield, Mass. 

Huntington, Henry S., r., 

Suspension Bridge, N. Y. 

Huntington, James O. S.,m. New-York, N. Y. 

Huntington, John T., r Hartford, Ct. 

Huntington, R. E. G., m.. .Rawlins. Wy. T. 

Huntington, W.R.,D.D., r..New York, N. Y. 

Huske, Joseph C, D.D., r. enier., 

Fayetteville, N. C . 

Huske, John, r Erie, Pa. 

Huson, Charles R Coldwater, Mich. 

Hutcheson, J. T., r San Antonio. Tex. 

Hutchins, Benjamin, r. emer ...Albion, 111. 

Hutching, Benj. T in England. 

Hutchins, C. L., S.T. D., r. . . Medford, Mass. 

Hutchinson, Thomas P., r. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Hutton, Orlando, D.D., /'...Brookeville, Md. 

Hwa, Ssz Chia, m Shanghai, China. 

Hwan^, Ming Kao, m Hang Yan, China. 

Hyde, Frederick S Rochester, N. Y. 

Hyde, Joseph W N. Y. 

Hyde, M. C.,r Buffalo, N. Y. 

Hyde, Thos. A., r ,...Westport, Ct. 

Hyde, William, ch Brooklyn, N. Y . 

Hyde, William, m Weymouth. Mass. 

Hyland, Thomas A., m New- York, N. Y. 

Hyland, Wm. L . , D.D. , r Oxon Hill , M d. 

Hynes, J. T. L., r Seaford, Del. 

Ilderton, S. H. S National City, Cal. 

Ingle, E H., r Balrimore, Md. 

Ingle, Julian E., r Henderson, N. C. 

Ingle, Osborne, r Frederick Citv, Md. 

Ingraham, J. P. T.. D.D., r . . .St. Louis, Mo. 

Innes, Robert F Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ireland, John, r Eckley, Pa. 

Irish, George M., ?n Norwood. N. Y 

Irish, William N,. r Essex, N. Y 

Irvine, Edward D., r Hastings, Mich. 

Irvine, 1. N. W., r Angelica, N. Y. 

Israel, Rogers, r Meadville, Pa. 

Ivie, Charles W., r Brooklyn, N. Y 

Jackson, H. Melville, D.D., r. Richmond, Va. 

Jackson, J. E., r Trappe, Md. 

Jackson, L. H Philadelphia, Pa. 



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Po8t- Office Address. 

Jackson, Towend G., r Flatbush, N. Y. 

Jackson, Win. F. B., a. m.. Providence, R. I. 

Jacob, Wm. E., m Encinatas, Cal. 

Jaeger, Abraham, D.D Rustburg, Va. 

JAGGAR, THOS. AUGUSTUS, D.D.. 
late Bishop of Southern Ohio. .Cincinnati. 

James, Charles I., a. m New-York, N. Y. 

James, Fleming, D.D Philadelphia, Pa. 

James, Richard S., D.D., LL.D., r., 

Mammoth Spring, Ark. 
James, T. F. C, M.D., m., 

Cape Girardeau, Mo. 

James, William B Fremont, Neb. 

Jameson, Jo-eph , ...Jacksonport, Wis. 

Jamie^ou, James, m Norfolk, N.Y. 

Jarvis, H. M., r Lewiston, N. C. 

Jarvis, Samuel F., r Brooklyn, Ct. 

Jarvis, William O Rens elaerville, N. Y. 

Jaudon, F. Duncan, r Chariton, la. 

Jefferis, Mortimer T Westchester, Pa. 

Jefferis, Wm. M , D.D , r .Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jefferson, Henry B. , m Darien, Ct. 

Jefferson, R. T Darlington, lad. Terr. 

Jeffery, C. N. F., a. m Phi lad; lphia, Pa. 

Jefferys, E. M .... Philadelphia, Pa. 

Jefterys, Henry Scott Mayebashi ; 

Gumma Ken; Kodjuke, Japan. 

Jeffords, Svdney G Peoria, 'Jl. 

Jenckes, Jos. S., Jr., LL.D., r., 

[ndianapolis, Ind. 

Jenkins, P. G., o Wadmalaw IsL, S. C. 

Jenks, G. H., M.D San Francisco, Cal. 

Jenks, Joseph. . . .North Middieboro, Mass. 

Jenner, A. G. E., r North Platte, Neb. 

Jenner, E. L Milwaukee. Wis. 

Jennings, Albin B., r Sing Sim;, N. Y. 

Jennings, C. P., S.T.D -belb.yville, Ind. 

Jennings, d'Estains, r Colchester Pa. 

Jennings, Joseph B Cranford, N. J. 

Jenvey, William R., r Hoboksn, N. J 

Jephs-m, Hubert E., a. m . . . . Tobdo, O. 

Jerome, John A., r Hnlmevilie, Pa. 

Jessup, C. A., a.m. Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 

Jessup, Emerson New-Haven, Ct. 

Jessup, Louis Y Watson ville, Cal. 

Jett, R. C Danville, Va. 

Jewell, F. C, r Jeffersonville, Ind. 

Jewell, F S Watertown, Wis. 

Jewett, Edward H., D.D., p. sem , 

New- York, N Y. 

Johnes, J. C Decatur, Ala. 

Johns, Arthur S.. r Rockville, Md. 

Johnson, Alfred E., m. .New Bedford, Mass. 
Johnson, D. V. M., D.D., ?\. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Johnson, E. C, r Hebron, Ct. 

Johnson, Edwin, r Boston, Mass. 

Johnson, George B., o Mamaroneck, N. Y. 
Johasoa, George D., r. New-Brighton, N. Y. 

Johnson, Henry C.,r Nashua, la. 

Johnson, Henry Clay. r. Newark, O. 

Johnson, Herbert M. . . Minn. 

Johnson, John, r Charleston, S. C. 

Johnson, J. Everett, m Syracuse, N. Y. 

Johnson, John (Indian), 

White Earth Res., Minn. 
Johnson, John Edgar, m... Philadelphia. Pa. 

Johnson, Joseph H.,r Detroit, Mich. 

Johnson, Lloyd E., m Springfield, 111. 



Post- Office Address, 

Johnson, M. A., D.D., r Burlington, la. 

Johnson, Martin, r Sablett's, Va. 

Johnson, R. M., m Chehalis, Wash. 

Johnson, William, m ...Rolla, Mo. 

Johnson, Wm. A., p. sem . Middletown, Ct. 

Johnson, Wm. Everett New- York, N. Y. 

Johnson. William R Schenectady, N. Y. 

JOHNSTON, JAMES S., D.D., Missionary 
Bisnop of Western Texas, 

San Antonio, Tex. 

Johnston, Levi, m Mendham, N. J. 

Johuston, Lloyd E ... Springfield, 111. 

Johnstone, T. A Washington, D. C. 

Jones, Custis P., a. m Baltimore, Md. 

Jones, Edward Valentine, r. . Salem, Va. 

Jones, Edwin B. , r San Marino, Va. 

Jones, George G Boston, Mass. 

Jones, Hen i y, m Camden, Me. 

Jones, Henry L., r Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Jones, Hosea W., D.D., p. sem Gambier, O. 

Jones, J. Clarence Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Jones, J. Nelson, m Grand Island, Neb. 

Jones, John Liverpool, England . 

Jones, Joseph C, a. m Petersburg, Va. 

Jones, Joseph R., r % . Millwood, Va. 

Jones, J. Wynne, r Lake City, Minn. 

Jones, Milnor, m Tryon City, S. C . 

Jones, R. E Columbus, O. 

Jones, Richard H Norfolk, Va. 

Jones, Silas R N.Y. 

Jones, T. W Liberty, Va. 

Jones, William, m Lakeport, Cal. 

Jones, William Marvin Buffalo, N. Y. 

Jones, W. Strother, r Fairfield, Ct. 

Joralemon, Jesse C, r Paterson, N. J. 

Jordan, Walter, r . . . Bridesburg, Phija., Pa. 

Joseph, Henry M Canada. 

Joss, A. A., m Little Falls, Minn. 

Joyce, Elisha B., r New-Brunswick,N. J. 

Joyner, Edmund N., r Columbia, S. C. 

Joyner, John R., r Berlin, Md. 

Jowitt, Joseph F., r Red Bank, N. J. 

Judd, Allen, r Evanston, Wy. Ter. 

Judd, F. Emerson, r Marshall town, la. 

Judd, H. O., r Sauta Monica, Cal. 

Judd, Henderson, m Chicago, 111. 

Judge, Arthur H., a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Judkins, B. West Dedham, Mass. 

Jukes, Mark Alexandria, Minn. 

Julian, Joseph E., m Leesburg, Fla. 

Juny, E. de S., a. m San Francisco, Cal. 

Kaapcke, C. T Salina, Kan. 

Karcher, Jeremiah Talleyville, Del. 

Karcher, John K Grand Forks, Dak. 

Karcher, Marcellus, m Marietta, Pa. 

Kavanaiigh, W. H Louisville, Ky. 

Kaye, J. de B Dennison, O. 

Kaye, John W Philadelphia, Pa. 

Kedney, John S., D.D., p. sem., 

Faribault, Minn. 

Keeble, J. W., r Lexington, Mo. 

Keeling, Robert J., D.D.. Aberdeen, S. Dak. 

Keened David, D.D .Milwaukee, Wis. 

Keesh, F. J., m Racine, Wis. 

Keith, Ormes B . . New-York, N. Y. 

Keller, George A., r Wayne, Pa. 

Keller, John, m Arlingt* in, N. J. 



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PosU Office Address, 

Kelley,C.W Redding, Ct. 

Kelley, D. O., m .Fresno City, Cal. 

Kelly, S. P., g. d. m Reading, Pa. 

Kellner, Charles F., Ph.D., m. . Geneva, N. Y. 
Kellner, M. Lindsay, Ph.D., t. mm., 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Kellogg, Charles H Davenport, la. 

Kellogg, Justin P., a. m Paris, France. 

Kemm, J. C. C- ...Denver, Col. 

Kemp, Edward L., r. . Massillon, O. 

Kemp, R M New-York, N. Y. 

Kemp, T. B., D.D., r Plymouth, Ind. 

Kendall, Reese P., M.D Beloit, Kan. 

Kendig, Daniel, ch. U.S.A., Headquarters, 

San Francisco, Cal. 
KENDRICK, J. MILLS, D.D., Missionary 

Bishop of New-Mexico and Albuquerque, 

New-Mexico Arizona. 

Kennard, J. Briceland Savannah, Ga. 

Kennedy, John D., m Philmont, N. Y. 

Kennedy, Wm., m Freeporr, Pa. 

Kennerly, Sherod W., m Franklin, Tex. 

Kenney, Edward, r New York, N. Y. 

Kenney, James E New- York, N. Y. 

Kent, J. Sydney, r Ardmore, Pa. 

Kenyon, Ralph Wood, ?>. . ..Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Kerfoot, Richard T Branchport, N. Y. 

Kerr, J. C, r Milford, Del. 

Kershaw, Edmund Jersey City, N. J. 

Kershaw, John, r Sumter, S. C. 

Ketchum, Charles J In England. 

Kettell, E. H., D.D., r .... Morrisania, N. Y. 

Kidder, Charles H Asbury Park, N. J. 

Kidder, James H Owego, N. Y. 

Kidder, P. P., o Dunkirk, N. Y. 

Kidner, Reuben, a. m Boston, Mass. 

Kieffer, Augustus R., r., 

Colorado Springs, Col. 

Kienzle, Chas. A., m Central, Col. 

Kilgour, Charles J.,r Montoursville, Pa. 

Kilner, Charles G., m N. Dak. 

Kimball, CM Oriskany Falls, N. Y. 

Kimball, W. W., r Macon, Ga. 

Kimber, Arthur C, S.T.D., a. m., 

New-York, N. Y. 
Kimber, Joshua, asso. sec. New-York, N. Y. 

Kinney, Henry C, m Chicago, 111. 

Kinsolving, Arthur B., r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Kinsolving, George H., r Phila., Pa. 

Kinsolving, L. L In Brazil, S. A. 

Kinsolving, Ovid A., D.D., r., 

Halifax C. H., Va. 
KIP, WM. INGRAHAM, D.D.,LL.D., 

Bishop of California San Francisco. 

Kirby, R. M., r Potsdam, N. Y. 

Kirkby, Henry M New-York, N. Y. 

Kirkby, W. W., r Rye, N. Y. 

Kirkland, George H., r . . New-Berlin, N. Y. 

Kirkus, F. M New-York, N. Y. 

Kirkus, William, LL.B., r ...Baltimore, Md. 

Kittson, Henry Montreal, Canada. 

Klein, William, dean Memphis, Tenn. 

Kline, Robert H., r Allentown, Pa. 

Knapp, George W Chicago, 111. 

Knapp, T. J., D.D., r... Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Knauff, C. W., r . Bordentown, N. J. 

KN1CKERBACKER, DAVID BUEL, D.D., 

Bishop of Indiana , Indianapolis. 



Post- Office Address. 
Knight, Albion W., r.East Jacksonville, Fla. 
KNIGHT, CYRUS F., D.D., D.C.L., Bishop 

of Milwaukee Milwaukee. Wis. 

Knowles, J. Harris, o Chicago, 111. 

Knowles, William C., r Killing worth, Ct. 

Kuowlton, William H., r Winona, Minn. 

Koehler. Jacob M., m Reading, Pa. 

Kolb, William L., r Bristol. Pa. 

Koon, Jabez C, r Hancock, Md. 

Koons, Edward J., r Island Pond, Vt. 

Kramer, Charles C, r New-Iberia, La. 

Kramer, John W., M.D. . . .New-York, N. Y. 
Krans, Edward H., LL.D., asso. r., 

New- York, N. Y. 

Kuehn, A. J. D., r Glencoe, Minn. 

Ku Chun Lin, m Tsung Zu, China. 

Kwei Mei-peng, m Wuchang, China. 

Lacy, T. H., D.D, r Weston, W. Va. 

Ladd, Henry M., r Cincinnati, O. 

Laird, William H., r Brookeville, Md. 

Lakes, Arthur, t Golden, Col. 

Lamb, James H., r Moorestown, N. J. 

Lambert, John R., r Red Hook, N.Y. 

Lambert, Thos. R., S.T.D Boston, Mas?. 

Lamson, William O New-York, N. Y. 

Lancaster, Charles H., r. .Lake George, N. Y. 

Lancaster, J. L., r Mobile, Ala. 

Landers, J. J., LL.D., r Fredonia, N. Y. 

Landsberger, Robert Stonewall, Fla. 

Lane, Marcus Harvard, 111. 

Lane, W. F Sodus, N. Y. 

Langdon, Wm. Chauncy, D.D., r., 

Bedford, Pa. 
Langford. Wm. S.,D.D.,&?c. New- York, N. Y. 

Lanpher, Louis A., r Ridgewood, N. J. 

Large, Joseph S., o Ionia. Mich. 

Larmour, J. Worrall, r Upper Falls, Md. 

La Roche, C. I., r Thomasville, Ga. 

La Roche, J. H. F Kir.taoninsr, Pa. 

Larom, Walter H Saranac Lake, N. Y. 

Lurrabee, Edward A., r Chicago, 111. 

Laseron, David, r Manitowoc, Wis. 

Lassiter, Benjamin S., r. .Frankfort, Ind. 

Latane, W. C, r Oak Grove, Va. 

Lathrop, H. D., D.D., r.. East Oakland, Cal. 
Latimer, Geo. A., r..N. Liberties, Phila., Pa. 
La Tourrette, Jas. A M., ch. U.S.A., 

Fort Union, New-Mex. 

Latrobe, B. H., r Baltimore, ^rd. 

Launt, Francis A. D., r Auburn, N. Y. 

Law, Victor M., M.D., m Tokio, Japan. 

Law, Woodford P., r Allegan. Mich. 

Lawrence, Arthur, r Stockbridse, Mass. 

Lawrence, Edward T Pikesville, ~Md. 

Lawrence, J. G Edenbridge, Kent, Eng. 

Lawrence, J. P., r Lynchburg, Va. 

Lawrence, Wm., D.D.,tf<?tfft,Cambridge,Mass. 

Lawson, Thos. B., D.D., r Grenada, Miss. 

Lay, Geo. W., t Concord, N. H. 

Leach, Daniel, D.D Providence, R. I. 

Leacock, William, a. m Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Leaf, Edmund, r Birds horo, Pa. 

Leakin, George A Baltimote, Md. 

Learoyd, C. H. , r Taunton. Mass. 

Leavell, Wm. T., r Hedgesville, W. Va. 

Le Boutillier, Geo. T., r... P f ttsford, N. Y. 
Lechtner, Antoine Winnetka, 111. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Lee, Edward P., r West Rutland, VI 

Lee, F. B., r Carlo wville, Ala. 

Lee, F. D Alexandria, V'a. 

Lee, Hamilton, a. m Oakland, Cal. 

Lee, H. B., r , Brandy Station, Ya. 

Lee, James Harvey, m Manhattan, Kan. 

Lee, James Hattrick Rochester, 'N. Y. 

Lee, John Newton, D.D., r Cameron, Mo. 

Lee, James W., r Mandarin, Fla. 

Lee, Thomas B., r Austin, Tex. 

Lee, Wm. B., r Gloucester C. H., Va. 

Leffmgwell, A Hingham, Mass. 

Lemngwell, C. S., m., 

Bar Harbor, Mt. Desert, Me. 
Lemngwell, C.W., D.D., princ. Knoxville, 111. 

Leigh, Frederick, o Richmond, Tex. 

Leman, Charles C, r Quincy, 111. 

Lemon, Charles H., r Monroe, Wis. 

Lemon, J. S. , r Gardner, Mass. 

Lemon, W. James, r Detroit, Mich. 

LEONARD, ABIEL,D.D., Missionary Bishop 

of Nevada and Utah.. Salt Lake City, Utah. 
LEONARD, WILLIAM A., D.D., Bishop of 

Ohio Cleveland. 

Le Roy, Jacob Phil adelphia. Pa. 

Lester, Charles S., r Milwaukee, Wis. 

Leverett, Wm. C, r Bloomsburg, Pa. 

Lewis, Alonzo N New Haven, Ct. 

Lewis, Daniel, m Bloomiugton, 111. 

Lewis, Edward, m Grass Valley, Cal. 

Lewis, Frank B., r Bozeman, Mon. 

Lewis, F. B. A., M.D San Jose, Cal. 

Lewis, J. K., ch. U.S. N. . . . .Philadelphia, Pa. 
Lewis, John V.,D.~D.,ch. U.S.A., 

Washington, D. C. 

Lewis, Louis K Germantown. Pa. 

Lewis, Robert W Cassel, Germany. 

Lewis, S. Seymour Walpole, Mass. 

Lewis, W. Fisher, r Peefcskill, N. Y. 

Lewis, W. G. W., r....Mechanicsville, N. Y. 

Lewis, W. H New-York, N. Y. 

Lewis, William P., D.D., m. % 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lewish, AdolphM In Europe. 

Liggins, John Asbury Park, N. J. 

Lighrbourne, Frederic J Bermuda. 

Lighthipe, Lewis H., r. ..Woodbridge, N. J. 

Lightner, Peter B., r Newcastle, Del. 

Li. Kn Giving, m Kia Ding, China. 

Lilienthal. Hermann Manville, R. I. 

Lincoln, Geo. W., r Columbus. O. 

Lincoln, James O., r Troy, N. Y. 

Lindholm, J. E Great Barrington,Mass. 

Lindsay, John S., D.D , r Boston, Mass. 

Lindskog, Chas. G. H , r. . . . . . .Chicago, 111. 

Lines, Edwin S., r New-Haven. Ct. 

Lines, S. Gregory, r New-York, N. Y. 

Linn, John B , r Key West, Fla. 

Linley, Charles H., m Billings, Mont. 

Linsley, Carlos IS., m Hanford, Cal. 

Linsley, Geo. T., m R<mndHill, Ct. 

Linsley, J. Chauncey Woodbury, Ct. 

Lion, Edgar J., r .'. San Francisco, Cal. 

List. Thomas R.. r. . .Fairmount, Phila., Pa. 
Littell, T. Gardiner, D.D., r., 

Wilmington, Del. 

Little, Arthur W., r Evanston, 111. 

Little, Edward P., r Nantucket, Mass. 



Post- Office Address. 
LITTLEJOHN, ABRAM NEWKIRK, 

D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Long Island, 

Garden City, N. Y. 

Livermore, Arthur B., r Hinsdale, 111. 

Lloyd, Arthur S., r Norfolk, Va. 

Lloyd, John H Otttimwa, la. 

Lloyd, John J., r Abingdon, Va. 

Lloyd, Walter F., D.D., r.. Cedar Rapids, la. 

Llwyd, John P. D., r Omaha, Neb. 

Lobdell, Francis, S.T.D., r . . . Buffalo, N. Y. 
Lobdell, Frederick D., a.m.Philadelphia. Pa. 

Locke, Arthur H., m Hankow, China. 

Locke, Clinton, D.D., r Chicago, 111. 

Locke, George L. , r Bristol, R. 1. 

Locke, Jesse A., o New- York, N. Y. 

Locke, Thomas E., r Glendower, Va. 

Lockwood, Charles H Helena, Ark. 

Lockwood, H. R., S,T.D., r., 

Syracuse, N. Y. 

Logan, Charles, r Manayunk, Phila., Pa. 

Logan, Edward C, m Welford, S. C. 

Logan, Mercer P., r Wytheville, Va. 

Logan, Nowell, r Vicksburg, Miss. 

Logie, John H., r Baltimore, Md. 

London. John, r Butler, Pa. 

Long, John Reacting, Pa. 

Longridge, W. H., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Loop, Charles F Pomona, Cal. 

Loop, De Witt C, m Mt. Winans, Md. 

Lord, John C 

Lord, William H., r Penn Yan, N. Y. 

Lord, Wm. W.,D.D Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Loring, "Henry H., ed New-York, N. Y. 

Lott, L. Walter, r Lonsdale, R. I. 

Lounsbury, G. E Sanford, Ct. 

Love, Joseph Ashtabula, O. 

Lovejoy, D. H., M.D., m.. . . Phil idelphia, Pa. 

Loveridge, Daniel E Eugene City, Ore. 

Lowell, R. T. S., D.D. . ..Schenectady, N. Y. 

Lowndes, Arthur S. Amboy, N. J. 

Lowrie, Randolph W ... Benning, D. C. 

Lowry, Robert, a. m New -York, N. Y. 

Lubeck, Henry, r New-York, N. Y. 

Lucas, Henry E., r Brunswick, Ga. 

Lucas, William, r Reno, Nev. 

Lucas, William, r Ravenna, O. 

Ludlum, Nicholas F., m. . .New- York, N. Y. 
Ludlum, Wm. S., M.D. New-York, N. Y. 

Luney, Thomas H. R., o Hoosac, N. Y. 

Lund, William Empire City, Ore. 

Lundy, John P., D.D Philadelphia, Pa. 

Luquer, Lea, r Bedford, N. Y. 

Lusk, William, Jr., r North-Haven, Ct. 

Luther, Flavel S., p. col Hartford, Ct. 

Lutz, Frank P., m Troy, O. 

Lylburn, W. H. C, m Syracuse, N. Y. 

Lyle, Thomas, r Cleveland, O. 

LYMAN, THEO. BENEDICT, D.D., LL.D , 

Bishop of North-Carolina Raleigh. 

Lynch, Josiah H Guilford, N. Y. 

Lynd, Wm. J Cal. 

Lyon, Daniel B Minneapolis, Minn. 

Lyon, P. B , o Stone's Prairie, 111 

Lyons, Charles S., r., 

Roxborough, Phila., Pa. 
Lytton, James P Fort McKavett, Tex. 

Macbeth, Henry, r.. Oxford Church P. 0.,P 



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Post- Office Address. 

MacDongall, C. E Milton, Fla. 

Macduff, Ralph E., r Flint, Mich. 

MacEwan, W. L Portland, Ore. 

Maefarlane, P Dayton, O. 

Macintyre, Percival Faribault, Minn. 

Mack, CD, m Lake Charles, La. 

Mackay, Henry, r Fort Scott, Kan. 

Mackay, Thos. J., r Council Bluffs, la. 

Mackay, William R., r Hazlewood, Pa. 

Mackay-Smith, Alex., D.D., archdeacon, 

New- York, N.Y. 
Mackellar, Robert, Jr., a m.. Burlington, N.J. 
Mackenzie, Kenneth, r.New Windsor, N. Y. 

Mackenzie, D. F Los Angeles, Cal. 

Maclin, Henderson, m Mason, Tenn . 

Macnab, Alex. W., m Pasadena, Cal. 

MacQueary, Howard, r. Canton, O. 

Magee, Edward, m. Hillman, Mich. 

Magill, George J., r Newport, R. I. 

Magill, G. Ernest, a. m.... New- York, N. Y. 

Magill, Wm. I Huntington, Ct. 

Magrath, John T., r Hyde Park, Mass. 

Magruder, James M., m Winona, Miss. 

Maguire, Hugh, r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Maguire, Isaac, m New-York, N.Y. 

Maguire, W. C O. 

Maison, Charles A., D.D., r., 

Kingsessing, Phila., Pa. 

Maison, William E., r Goshen, N. Y. 

Maister, A. A Ferguson, Mo. 

Malcom, Chas. H., D.D , r Roselle, N. J. 

Mallett, Frank J., r Urbana, O. 

Mallory, Charles L Denver, Col. 

Mallory, George S., D.D.,etf. New- York, N.Y. 

Manchester, L. C, r Lowell, Mass. 

Mann, A. W., m., deaf mutes..- Cleveland, O. 

Mann, Alexander, a. m Orange, N. J. 

Mann, Cameron, D.D., r... Kansas City, Mo. 

Mansfield, Francis, r.~. Taunton, Mass. 

Mansfield, L. Delos, r Lockport, 111. 

Mansfield, Romaine S., r Suffern, N. Y. 

Marbury. Ogle, r Guilford, Md. 

Mariett, Ernest H Stockport, N. Y. 

Marks, Charles A., r St. Clair, Pa. 

Marks, Isaac N. , r Jackson. Tenn. 

Marple, A. A., r. Bridgeport, Montg'y Co., Pa. 

Marriott, W. H., m Rosamond, Cal. 

Marsh, Arthur E., in Central City, Neb. 

Marshall, C. H.. r , Denver, Col. 

Marshall, Matthias M., D.D., r. Raleigh, N. C. 

Marshall, N. F., r Huntington, W. Va. 

Marshall, William, r Coudersport, Pa. 

Martin, E. H 

Martin, H. B. Stuart, m Valdosta, Ga. 

Martin, Henry B., M.D., r., 

Princess Anne, Md. 

Martin, Isaac, a. m Philadelphia, Pa 

Martin, John Princes."* Anne, Md. 

Martin, Joseph E , r New Orleans, La. 

Martin, M. Cabell, r Nashville,Tenn. 

Martin, Marcus H., r Toledo, O. 

Martin, S. M 

Martin, T. F., r Nashville, Tenn. 

Martin, Theo. D., Jr., r Everett, Mass. 

Martin, Thomas W Hewlett s, N. Y. 

Martin, Wm. D., r Trov, N. Y. 

Marvin, Dan., r Setauket, L. t., N. Y. 

Marvin, John N., m... . .Canajobarie, N. Y. 



Post- Office Address. 

Marvine, Walter, a. m Newburgh, N. Y. 

Masker, Wm. A., svpt., 

Tremont, N. Y. City. N. Y. 

Mason, Arthur, a.m New-York, N. Y. 

Mason, Charles J., a. m Philadelphia. Pa. 

Mason, C. M. C, r St. Louis, Mo. 

Mason, George £an Francisco, Cal. 

Mason, John K., r Fredericksburg, Ya. 

Mason, Landon R. . .Shepherd!' town, VV. Va. 

Mason, R. H., r Union, W.Va. 

Massiah, Joshua B Cairo, 111. 

Mathison, Robert L., r. North Branford, Ct. 
Matlack, R O, D.D., sec. .. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Matrau, B. F Pueblo, Col. 

Matson, Wm. A., D.D., r Roslyn, N. Y. 

Matthews, James A., r Mexico. Mo. 

Matthews, J. R., ch. U. S. N., 

Croton Landing, N. Y. 

Matthias, William Camden. N. J. 

Maturin, B. W., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Maury, Mytton, D.D 

Maxcy, Eaton W., D.D., r Troy, N. Y. 

Maxon, Wm. D., r Utica, N. Y. 

Maxwell, James L., r New-York, N. Y. 

Maxwell, Samuel, r Alleghany, Pa. 

May, David, r Baltimore, Md. 

May, George S., r Baltimore, Md. 

May, John Ottawa, Can. 

Mayer, Gustavus W., m New- York, N Y. 

Mayer, Henry C. r Pass Christian, Miss. 

Mayhew, Henry H San Francisco, Cal. 

Maynard, N.,DD New-York, N. Y. 

Mayo, C. J. S., a. m Newport News, Va. 

Mayo, Robert A., a. m Baltimore, Md. 

Mayo, Wm. Francis, r Macomb, 111. 

McAlister, A. A., ch. U.S.N., 

Mare Island, Cal. 

McAllister, F. M., r Elizabeth, N. J. 

McBee, Vardry, r Montgomery, Ala. 

McBride, J. M., r Aberdeen, S Dak. 

McBryde, Robt. J., D.D., r. . .Lexington, Va. 

McCabe, Alex. C, r Laurel, Md. 

McCandless, J. Heber, r Smethoort, Pa. 

McCarroll, John, M.D., r Detroit, Mich. 

McCarthy, C, m Sidney, Neb. 

McClearv, J A , o Buffalo, N. Y. 

McCleary, J. W Detroit, Mich. 

McClintock, Thomas Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McClure, A. J. P., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

McClure, David Oakland, Cal. 

McClure, L Pittsburgh, Pa. 

McColloueh, JohnD.,r Salnda. N. C. 

McConkey, John D., m Lewiston, Idaho. 

McConnell, James B N. Y. 

McConnell, Sam 1 D., D.D., r., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

McConnell, W. R., m Walthamviile, Ga. 

McCook, J. J. , r East-Hartford, Ct. 

McCosh, Robert, m. Pomona, Cal. 

McCrackan, J . H Waterbury , Ct. 

McCracken, Wm. C, r Fremont, Neb. 

McCiae, Henry San Francisco. Cal. 

McCready, W. G. , r Versailles. Ky. 

McCulloli. Duncan, r Gle^cee. Mtt. 

McDonald, Angus C Waddinirton. N Y. 

McDonald, D. F., D.D. . . .Santa CI ;ra, X. Y. 

McDonald, Louis Middlebury. Vt. 

McDonald, Lyman P., r Enimetsburg, la. 



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Post- Office Address. 

McDonough, A. A., r. Casanova, Va. 

McDousral, Howard, r Havanna, 111. 

McDowell, Harry Philadelphia, Pa. 

McDuffey, Henry S., m Asheville. N. C. 

McElhinney, J. J., D.D. . . .Falls Church, Va. 

McElroy, Irving, a. m Baltimore, Md. 

McElwee, Samuel, r Morgantown, Pa. 

McGarvey, William, a.m. . .Philadelphia, Pa. 

McGee, Wm. H ...... Covington, Ky. 

McGill, Ernest . . Key West, Fla. 

McGill, John . r Wickliff e, Va. 

McGlathery, Wm.,/\ South-Mi ddletown,N.Y. 

McGlohon, S. B., r Somerville, Tenn. 

McGlone, James A., r Frankfort, Ind. 

McGowan, James S., m Jolon, Cal. 

MeGuffey, E. M., a. m Brooklyn, N. Y. 

McGrath, Joseph M., r Lansing, Mich. 

Mcllwain, Robert C, r Keokuk, la. 

Mcllwaine, J. W., c/i Dannemora, N. Y. 

Mclntire, Percival E Minneapolis, Minn. 

McKee, John M. E., r Washington, D. C. 

McKenzie, B. S Salisbury, N. <'. 

McKim, Haslett, Jr., r. . . .New-York, N. Y. 

McKim, J. Leighton, r Milford, Del. 

McKim, John, m Nara, Japan. 

McKim, John Linn Georgetown, Del. 

McKim, Philip, m Sibley, la. 

McKim, R. H., D.D., r ..Washington, D. C. 
McKinney, John, r. .Long Island City, N. Y. 
McKnight, G. H., D.D., r Elmira, N Y. 

McLaren, wm. edward, d.d., dc.l. 

Bishop of Chicago Chicago, 111. 

McLaughlin, Medville Wakefield, R. I. 

McLean, Thos. W., r Bay City, Mich. 

McLnre, Laurens, o Pittsburgh. Pa. 

McManns, E Los Angeles, Cal. 

MeManus, F. E St. Louis, Mo. 

McMillan, Alex., r Whitehall, N. Y. 

McMurdy, R., D.D.,LL.D. . . .New-York,N.Y. 

McMurphy, Jesse G., r Racine, Wig. 

McNabb, John, r Accomac C. H., Va. 

McVettie, W Waseca, Minn. 

McNish, C. W.,?rc Ovid,N. Y. 

McQueen, Stewart, r Georgetown, S. C. 

McVickar, W.N., D.D.,r.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mead, Charles II., a. m Newark, N. J. 

Mead, George EL, r. . . New-York, N. Y. 

Mead, George S „ . . Racine, Wis. 

Mead, JamesB Goshen, Ind. 

Meade, Everard, m Richmond, Va. 

Meade, F. A., m Alder^on, W. Va. 

Meade, P. Nelson, r Oswego, N. Y. 

Meade, R. K Charlottesville, Va. 

Meade, Wm. H., D.D., r Roanoke, Va. 

Meade, Wm. N., r Herndon, Va. 

Means, Stewart, r New-Haven, Ct. 

Meany, E. W. t m Santa Fe, N. M. 

Meares, A. DeR., r Port Deposit, Md. 

Mee, Charles B O. 

Meech, Robert, r Alleghany, Pa. 

Meigs, H. Ingersoll, r Whitemarsh, Pa. 

Meissner, Harry, o New-York, N. Y. 

Melish, T. J., r Cincinnati, O. 

Mellichampe, W. L., o. ...South Mills, N. C. 

Memminger, R. Withers Charleston, S.C. 

Mendenhall , J. K. . ..,.,.... Saratoga, N. Y. 

Meredith, J. M . , m . Richland, Va. 

Merkcl, Andrew D Vt. 



Post- Office Address. 
Merlin-jones, Ivan M., a. m... Oakland, CaL 
Merriam-Nyema, H. C, w.. 

Cape Mount, Liberia, W. Africa. 

Merrill, Frank W., r Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Merrill, Lyman H., r Linden, Mass. 

Merritt, Robert N . , r Morristown, N. J. 

Mesny, P. S Washington, Pa. 

Messenger, H. H., m. Beaumont, Tex. 

Metcalf, Henry A., r Auburndale, Mass. 

Metcalf, Reuben E Gallatin, Tenn. 

Meyer, Edward Lansing, Mich. 

Michael, O. S 

Micou, Richard W., r. Waterbury, Ct. 

Mi ddleton, E. S Worcester, Mass. 

Middleton, Geo. G., m Natchez, Miss. 

Miel, Chas. F. B., D.D., r. .Philadelphia, Pa. 

Miel, 0. L , r San Francisco, Cal. 

Milby, Thomas F„ m Gibbsboro, N. J. 

Miles, Edw. F., M.D., r Tacoma, Wash. 

Miller, A. Douglas, r New-Haven, Ct. 

Miller, A. J., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Miller, Benjamin F., r Logansport, Ind. 

Miller, Elmer P 

Miller, Enoch K., r North-East, Md. 

Miller, Everard P., r Perth Amboy, N. J. 

Miller, F. D., m N. Temescal, Cal. 

Miller, G. D. B St. Louis, Mo. 

Miller, Hugh Q,., m Beaver Falls, Pa. 

Miller, Jacob, r Chesapeake City, Pa. 

Miller, J. Gorton, r Columbus, Ind. 

Miller, John S.,r Baltimore, Md. 

Miller, Joseph L., a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Miller, William J., r Hot Springs, Ark. 

Millefct, Daniel C, D.D., r . . .Holmesburg, Pa. 

Millett, James, r New- York, N. Y. 

Mills, Carlton P Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Mills, John A Boston Highlands, Mass. 

Mills, Lawrence H., D.D Oxford, Eng. 

Mills, Samuel, m St. Paul, Minn. 

Mills, William Cm Selma, Cal. 

Mills, W. H.. D.D., r Yonkers, N. Y. 

Millspaugh, Frank R., r. Minneapolis. Minn. 

Milnes, W. H , m Lane Park, Fla. 

Milnor, Charles E., a. m.. .Philadelphia, Pa. 
Minnigerode, Charles, D.D. . . Alexandria, Va. 

Minnigerode, J. G. , r Louisville, Ky. 

Minturn, Loren T., m Amazonia, Mo. 

Mitchell, Alex. R., r Columbia, S. C. 

Mitchell, Henry, m Phillipsburg, N. J. 

Mitchell, Herbert L., a. m Berlin, N. H. 

Mitchell, James A. , r Centreville, Md. 

Mitchell, J. F Petersburg, Va. 

Mitchell, O. S Philadelphia, Pa. 

Mitchell, Samuel S., am Middletown, Ct. 

Mitchell, Thomas W Evansville, Ind. 

Mitchell, Walter, m New York, N. Y. 

Mitchell, Walter A., r Hagerstown, Md. 

Mix, W. W Portsmouth, O. 

Moffett. G. H., r Hoboken, N. J. 

Moffett, William H Athens, Greece. 

Moir, David, m Victor, N. Y. 

Molineaux, John H., ?n. .. .Deadwood, Dak. 

Molier, C. N 

Moiling, Peter A Speedsville, N. Y. 

Mombert. J. Isidor, D.D Paterson, ^. J. 

Moncure, John, r Gallipolis. O . 

Monger, J. G., m Sinoe, Africa. 

Monges, Henry B Martinez, Cal. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Monro, H Usher, a. m Boston, Mass. 

Montgomery, W. W Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Moody, J. S Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

Moore, Francis, m . . Neligh, Neb. 

Moore, George, r Momence, 111. 

Moore, George C, r Chester, Pa. 

Moore, J. J. Joyce, r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Moore, Joseph R., r. .Nicetown, Phila., Pa. 

Moore, J. W Monroe, La. 

Moore, Melville M., r Springfield, Mo. 

Moore, Samuel B Franklin, N. Y. 

Moore, S. S. ,. r . Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Moore, Walter H., r Chicago, 111. 

Moore, William H., D.D., r., 

Hempstead, N. Y. 

Moorhouse, Arthur B Chelsea, Mass. 

Moort, Paulus, m.. Moravia, Liberia, Africa. 

Moran, F. J. Clay, r Columbia, Pa. 

Moran, Joseph, Jr Youngsville, Pa, 

Moran, Samuel, r Babylon, N. Y. 

Moran, S. Wilson, r Newport, R. I. 

Moreland, William H., r Nashua, N. H. 

Morelle, Daniel, t Wilmington, N. C. 

Moreno, E. D Sewanee, Tenn. 

Morgan, Brockhoist New-York, N. Y. 

Morgan, D. Parker, r New-York, N. Y. 

Morgan, Geo. B. (Indian), m., 

White Earth, Minn. 

Morgan, George B., r New-Haven, Cfc. 

Morgan, Leigh C Collamer, O. 

Morgan, John B., D.D., r Paris, France. 

Morgan, Peter A. . New-Orleans, La. 

Morgan, Pliny B., M.D., m.. 

San Luis Obispo, Cal. 

Morgan, Win. F., D.D New- York, N. Y. 

Morgan, W. Hamilton, r. . .Bay Ridge, N. Y. 

Morgan, Y. Peyton, r Cleveland, O, 

Morison, Charles, r Sunbury, Pa. 

Morrall, William, r .Marshall, Mich. 

Morrelle, Dan'l Wilmington, Del. 

Morrill, Charles A., t. and r.. 

Concord, N. H. 

Morrill, Charles W New-York, N. Y. 

Morrill H. H., t .Salina, Kan. 

Morris, Arthur R., m Tokio, Japan. 

MORRIS, BENJAMIN W., D.D., 

Bishop of Oregon Portland. 

Morris, Charles, r Evansville, Ind. 

Morris, C.N 

Morris, John S. Dak. 

Morris, J. W in Brazil, S. A. 

Morris, Lewis F., r Oxford, Ct. 

Morris, Moseley .Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Morris, Thomas A Arden, N. C. 

Morris, Thomas J., r Columbus, Tex. 

Morris, W. H Savannah, Ga. 

Morrison, Albert A., r Schuyler, Neb. 

Morrison, James D., D.D., LL.D., ?\, 

Ogdensburgh, N. Y. 

Morrison, P. Browne Eau Claire, Wis. 

Morrison, Theo. N., r Chicago, 111. 

Morrison, W. F., ch. U.S.N. . ..Norfolk, Va. 

Morrow, W. B., Mus. Bac, r Carlisle, Pa. 

Morse, Jerome B., m New-York, N. Y. 

Morsell, W. F. C, r Ridley Park, Pa. 

Mortimer, A. G.,r Castleton, S. I., N. Y. 

Mortimer, Frederic E., v.. Jersey City, N. J. 
Mortimer, G. D. E., r Philadelphia, Pa. 



Post- Office Add reus, 
Morton, Henry J., D.D., r. emc-r., 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Morton, J. Lester New-York, N. Y, 

Moses, John R., r. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Moses, R. G., r Merchant ville, N. J. 

Mosher, Philip W.,r Walrien, N. Y. 

Mott, Edward M Utica, N. Y. 

Motte, John W., r Darien. Ga. 

Mottet, Henry, r New-York, N.]Y, 

Motton, Win. Henry, m., 

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

Mower, Benjamin F., r Florence. Ala. 

Moyses, Edward, r Hastings, Minn, 

Mueller, George H Northfit Id, Minn. 

Muir, John, M.D., r., 

Pierrepont Manor, N. Y. 
Mulchahey, J., D.D., a. m.. New-York, N. Y. 
Mulford, Joseph N. . Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 
Mulford, William R., m., 

Brooklyn, E. D.. N. Y. 
Mulholiand, JohnG., princ. Brookeville, Pa. 

Munday, John, a. m Detroit, Mich. 

Mundy, E. W., r.. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Munford, William, r, Fairlee, Md. 

Munroe, Nathan W Greenfield, Mass. 

Munroe, Wm. H., r Chelsea, Mass. 

Munson, Francis M., r Cleveland. O. 

Murch, A. A Sherman, Me. 

Murdoch, Francis J., r Salisbury, N. C. 

Murphy, John K.,D. D., r..Germantown, Pa. 

Murphy, Joseph W., r Hillsboro, N. C. 

Murphy, Oliver H., r. Upper Fairmount, Md. 

Murphy, Reginald H., r Baltimore. Md.- 

Murphy, T. Logan, r. North- Plain field, N. J. 

Murphy, William Baltimore, Md, 

Murray, Charles E., r Wilmington, Del. 

Murray, Geo. M., r Rapid an, Va. 

Murray, Gustavus M., r.. .Haddonfield, N. J. 

Murray, James B., D.D 

Murray, Robert, Jr., r Ashton, R. I, 

Musgrave, Wm. B N. Y. 

Musson, A G Ashland, Neb. 

Myers, Samuel F., m Arapahoe, Neb. 

Mynard, Floyd J., m Tustin, Cal. 

Myrick, Henry L. } r Sing-Sing, N. Y. 

Nancrede, H. W New-York, N. Y. 

Nash, F. B., Jr., r ... Fargo, N. Dak. 

Nash, Francis B Tintah, Minn. 

Nash, Henry S.,p. sem Cambridge, Mass. 

Nash, Preston G., a. m Richmond, Va. 

Nash, Rodney S Lexington, Mo. 

Neal. F. W Ivy Depot, Va. 

Neales, Henry H., r Wood's Holl, Mass. 

Neales, W. S., r San Francisco, Cal. 

NEELY, HENRY ADAMS, D.D., 

Bishop of Maine Portland. 

Neesan, Yaroo M Persia. 

Neide, George L., r Cleveland, N. Y. 

Neide, Geo. L., Jr Magnolia, Miss. 

Neide, Robert II., r Cazenovia, N. Y. 

Neil, Edward W., r New- York, N. Y. 

Neilson, Wm. H., D.D., r. . Trenton, N. J. 
Nelson, Cleland K., D.D., princ.^ 

Brookesville, Md. 

Nelson, C. K., Jr., r S. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Nelson, Geo. Francis, a. in. New-York, N. Y. 
Nelson, George W., r Warrenton, Va. 



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Post-Office Address. 
Nelson, Henry W., Jr., D.D., r.. Geneva, N.Y. 
Nelson, K.,D.D., p. Theological Seminary, Va. 

Nelson, Keating S., r .Renovo, Pa. 

Nelson, Richard H., r Norwich, Ct. 

Nevin, Rob. J., D.D., LL.D., r., Rome, Italy. 
Nevius,R. D., D.D., m. 

N. Yakima, Wash. Ter. 
Newbold, Charles L., v.. .Manhassett, N. Y. 
Newbold, William A., sec. New- York, N. Y. 
Newell, Chester, ch. U.S.N. .Savannah, Ga. 
Nevvlin, Joseph D., D.D., r, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Newman, James Oakland, Md. 

Newton, Benjamin F., r St. Louis, Mo. 

Newton, E. P., m .Pueblo, Col. 

Newton, J. B., r Richmond, Va. 

Newton, R. Heber, D.D., r. New- York, N. Y. 
Newton, Wm. Wilberforce, r., 

Pittsfleld, Mass. 

Nicholas, Albert B New-Albany, Ind. 

Nicholls, George H., S.T.D., r. emer., 

Hoosick Falls, N.Y. 

Nichols, Alfred B Cambridge, Mass. 

Nichols, Charles E. O., m. . .Pittsfield, N. H. 
Nichols, C. W. deLyon, ?\, 

Tottenville, S. I., N.Y. 

Nichols, George W., D.D Norwalk, Ct. 

Nichols, Harry P., a.m.''.. New-Haven, Ct. 

Nichols, John H\, r Watertown, N. Y. 

Nichols, Starr H New- York, N. Y. 

Nichols, W. F., D.D., r Philadelphia.Pa. 

Nicholson, A. S., Hillhuivt, Wash. 

Nicholson, Isaac L., D.D., r Phila., Pa. 

Nickerson, Chas. M., r. .Lansingburgh, N. Y. 

Nickerson, Thos. W., r Rochdale, Mass. 

Nickerson, Thos. W., Jr., r. Paiersou, N. J. 

Nicolls, Gustavus G., r Lexington, Mass. 

Nies, James B., m Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Nies, William E., a. m Anaconda, Mont. 

NILES, WM. WOODRUFF, D.D., 

Bishop of New-Hampshire Concord. 

Niles, Charles M New York, N. Y. 

Nisbert, J. R. L., r., 

Richmond Hill, L. I., N. Y. 

Nixon, William Valley Springs, Cal. 

Noble, Jame* Amity ville, N. Y. 

Nock, Edwin G Smyrna, Del. 

Nock, Jos. A., r Jersey City, N. J. 

Nolaud, R. G. , r S prinsfield, Mo. 

Noll, Arthur Howard Port Gibson, Miss. 

Norman, John P., M.D., r., 

Monongahela City, Pa. 

North, Walter, r Buffalo, N. Y. 

Norton, Elisha L., ?n Cincinnati, O. 

Norton, Frank L., D.D., r. .Cazenovia, N. Y. 
Norton, G. Herbert, m.Au Sable Forks, N.Y. 
Norton, George H., D.D.,r. .Alexandria, Va. 

Norton, Levi W., r Rah way, N. J. 

Norwood, J. J., r Rocky Mount, Va. 

Norwood, Joseph W., m... Keyport, N. J. 

Nott, John W., r Mt. Savage, Md. 

Noyle, William A Dunedin, Fla. 

Nugent, Perry R., r Salem, Va. 

Oakerhater, David P., m., 

Darlington, Indian Ter. 

Oberly, Henry H., r Elizabeth, N. J. 

O'Brien, W. J., m...: San Francisco, Cal. 

Ockford, T. S. , r Chester, V t. 



Post- Office Address. 

Q'Connell, Timothy, r St. Louis, Mo. 

Odell, Daniel L, a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Oertel, Frederick, M.D., m. New-York, N. Y. 

Oertei, J. A. St. Louis, Mo. 

Ogden, Charles T., m Woodfords, Me. 

Ogden, Wm. M., r Warrensburgh, N.Y. 

Ogilby, E. L .Union City, Pa. 

Ohl, John F., D.D., r Pomeroy, O. 

Ohl. John Wallace, m. . . .Breckenridge, Col. 
Olin, Russell A., D.D. . . .Watertown, N. Y. 
Oliver, Andrew, D.D., p. sem., 

New-York, N. Y. 

Oliver, Rob't W., D.D., r Kearney, Neb. 

Oliver, Turner B., r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Olmsted, A. F., D.D., r. . . .Rhinebeck, N. Y. 
Olmsted, Charles S., r.. .Cooperstown, N. Y. 

Olmsted. C. T., r Utica, N. Y. 

Olssen, Wm. W., S.T.D.,p. col., 

Annandale. N. Y. 

Oppen, KarlE. L, .....Cleveland, O. 

Ormsbee, Albert H., r Mexico, N. Y. 

Orpen, S. C. M., m Crompton, R. I. 

Orrick, Wm. P., D.D., r Reading, Pa. 

Osborn, I. T., m , Hailey, Idaho. 

Osborn, Robert G., m Schenevus, N. Y. 

Oshorne, Alfred, r . . . . Shakopce, Miun. 

Osborne, E. A., r Charlotte, N. C. 

Osborne, Edward W., a. m Boston, Mass. 

Osborne, Frank O Madison, Wis. 

Osborne, Louis S., r. Newark, N. J. 

Osborne, R. H. G., M.D., r Yardley, Pa. 

Osborne, Wm. H., r.. Springfield, Mo. 

Osgood, George E., r., 

North-Attleboro, Mass. 

Ostenson, O. E., m Ouray, Col. 

Otis, Wm. B Clifton, Va. 

Ottmaim, Gilbert A., r Pasadena, Cal. 

Overby, Alexander, r... Drake's Branch, Va. 

Owen, Edward, -/ Cfhyinpnt. DeL 

Owen, Oliver, r ....... Clinton, N. Y. 

Pace, Alberto, m New-York, N. Y. 

Packard, George T New Haven, Ct. 

Packard, Joseph, D.D., p. sem., 

Theo. Seminary, Va. 

Packard, Thomas J., r West Siiver, Md. 

PADDOCK, BEN J. HENRY, D.D., 
Bishop of Massachusetts Boston. 

PADDOCK, JOHN ADAMS, D.D., Mis- 
sionary Bishop of Washington, 

Tacoma, Wash. 

Paddock, Wilbur P., D.D.,r.Philadelphia, Pa. 

Page, Carter Chillicothe, Mo. 

Page, Carter, o Gore sville, Va. 

Page, Couplaud R., r. Adamstown, Md. 

Page, Frank, r Fairfax C.-H., Va. 

Page, Henry D., m Tokio, Japan. 

Page, J. J., r Colliugton, Md. 

Page, Richard Cincinnati, O. 

Page, Rolla O Brooklyn. N. Y. 

Page, Thomas Q.,r Garrieonv.lle, Va. 

Pa^e, Wiley J., r Charleston, S. C. 

Paget, E. Clarence., r Muscatine, la. 

Paige, J. W., r Fort Dodge, la. 

Paine, George Sturgis Worcester, Mass, 

Paine, Robert H., r Baltimore, Md. 

Painter, William P Cross Roads, Md. 

Palmer, Charles J,, r. . . Lanesborough, Mass, 



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Palmer, Edmund B Boston, Maes. 

Palmer, Frederic, r Andover, Mass. 

Palmer, Noble, r Randolph, N. Y. 

Pardee, Charles L Stratford, Ct. 

Pardee, James D. S., r Say brook, Ct. 

Pardee, Luther, dean Chicago, 111. 

PARET, WILLIAM, D.D., LL.D., Bishop 

of Maryland Baltimore. 

Parke, J. P., r Belief ontaine, O. 

Parke, Robt. N., D.D N. Y. 

Parker, C. C, r Academy, Pa. 

Parker, Charles P., t. ^..Cambridge, Mass. 
Parker, Edw'd M., t. and o. . .Concord, N. H. 

Parker, Henry A Cambridge, Mass. 

Parker, James K., r Whitesboro, N. Y. 

Parker, Lindsay, r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Parker, Octavius Selma, Cal. 

Parker, Robert B., r Ipswich, Mass. 

Parker. Stevens, S.T.D, r.. ..Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Parkman, Charles M., m Kahway, N. J. 

Parks, J. Lewis, S.T D., r. .Middletown, Ct. 

Parks, Leighton, r Boston, Mass. 

Parnell, T. A., D.C.L., r. ..Salamanca, N. Y. 
Parsons, Arthur T., r. . . .East Haddam, Ct. 

Parsons, John A. Hackensack, N. J. 

Partridge, Sidney C, m. . .Wu-Chang, China. 

Passmore, Wm Hammonton, N. J. 

Pastorius, Henry C, r Manheim, Pa. 

Patrick, W. W., m Dublin. Tex. 

Pattee, D. C, r Boise City, Idaho. 

Patterson, Geo., D.D., r Memphis, Tenn. 

Patterson, G. Herbert, prittc, 

South-Portsmouth, R. I. 

Patey, John T.,a.m New- York, N. Y. 

Pattison, Thomas E Baltimore, Md. 

Paul, Robert, r Pulaski, N. Y. 

Payne, Wm.,D.D., r. emer. .Schenectady ,N.Y. 

Pay pay, Geo., m.. Fort Bennett, S. Dak. 

Peabody, A. Burton, r Star Prairie, Wis. 

Peabody, D. C. , r Rockford, 111. 

Peabody, Endicott, princ Groton, Mass. 

Peabody, P. Burton Burlington, Kan. 

Peake, E. Steele Faribault, Minn. 

Pearce, J. Sturgjs, r Portsmouth, R. I. 

Pearee, J. T., r Armonk, N. Y. 

Pearse, H. M. P., r South Amboy, N J. 

Pearson, Chas. C , r.. Point Pleasant, W. Va. 

Pearson, R. W., D.D Phoenix, Ariz. 

Pearson, W. 0.,r Omaha, Neb. 

Peck, Isaac. Kinderhook, N. Y. 

Peck, J. Milton, o Maiden, Mass. 

Peck, Theo. M., r Huntingdon, N. Y. 

Peck, Wm. L., m Groton, Ct. 

Pecke, Edward M New-York, N. Y. 

Peet, Robert B., r Newport, R. I. 

Peirce, Charles C.,m Placerville, Cal. 

Peirce. Joshua R. .Dorchester, Boston, Mass. 
Pelletreau, Charles, D.D., /•., 

Ballston Spa, N. Y. 

Pendleton, J. P. B , r Schenectady,N. Y. 

Pendleton, R. E Brooklyn, N. Y. 

PENICK, CHAS. CLIFTON, D.D., 

Late Missionary Bishop of Cape Palmas, 
?•., Louisville, Ky. 

Penick, Edwin A., r Frankfort, Ky. 

Penney, Charles K., r 

Pentz,*S. S.... Washington, D. C. 

Percival, Chester S., Ph.D., /-..Waterloo, la. 



Post- Office Address. 

Percival, H. R.,r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Percival, John, D.D., r New-Orleans, La. 

Perkins, x\. T., r Alameda, Cal. 

Perkins, Chas. M., v.. Salem, N. J. 

Perkins, E. T., D.D., r. ^m^r.Louisville, Ky. 

Perkins, John II., m Buffalo, N. Y. 

Perkins, Newton, m New-York, N. Y. 

Perrine, Geo. G., r Theresa, N. Y. 

Perry, A. B.. m Como, Miss. 

Perry, CalbraithB Nashville, Tenn. 

Perry, Charles H Falmouth, Mass. 

Perry, Henry G., m Chicago, 111. 

Perry, Jas. De Wolf, r Germantown, Pa. 

Perry, Josiah B.,r Washington, D. C. 

Perry, John W., r Tarboro, N. C. 

PERRY, WILLIAM STEVENS, D.D., 

LL.D., D.C.L., Bishop of Iowa.Davenport. 
PETERKIN, GEO. WILLIAM, D.D., 

Bishop of West Virginia. . . Paikersburg. 

Peterkin, Joshua, D.D., r Richmond, Va. 

Peters, G. E.' ? m Clinton, Mich. 

Peters, J. P., Ph.D., p. sem., 

W. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Peters, Roger H., a.m. Louisville. Ky. 

Peters, T. M., D.D., r New-York, N. Y. 

Petrie, Wm. J., r Chicago, 111. 

Pettigrew, W. S., r Ridgeway, N. C. 

Pettis, Wm. M., D.D.,r.. .Clarksville, Tenn. 

Phelps, Arthur S Shelburne Fall*, Mass. 

Phelps, Benj. R Jersey City, N J. 

Phelps, Charles E., v.. New-Brunswick, N. J. 
Phelps, Gerard W., r. . . .Poplar Mount, Va. 

Phelps, Hardy H Monk's Corner, S. C. 

Phelps, Josiah, r Tecumseh, Mich. 

Phelps, Lyman San ford, Fla. 

Phillipps. T. D., m ' Chicago, 111. 

Phillips, Duane S., r Kankakee, 111. 

Phillips, E. C Lexington, Miss. 

Phillips, Henry L., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Phillips, H. L., m Hightstovvn, N. J. 

Phillips, John W., r Washington, D. C. 

Phillips, P. P., r .Berry ville, Va. 

Phillips, R. H Norfolk, Va. 

Phillips T. D Chicago, 111. 

Phillips, Wm. H Crownsville, Md. 

Philson, James, r Smithland, La. 

Picard, W. T., a. m . • Jackson, N. C. 

Pickett, James T., D.D., m Eustis, Fla. 

Pickslay, William M., r Dover, N. J. 

Pidsley, Edward San Jose, Cal. 

Pierce, A. W., m Mobile, Ala. 

PIERCE, HENRY N., D.D., LL.D., 

Bishop of Arkansas Little Rock. 

Pinckney, Chas. C, D.D., r., 

Charleston, S. C. 

Pindar, Christopher L., r Hickman, Ky. 

Pindell, Adolphus T., r. . .Cockeysville. Md. 

Pine, George S., r Marlborough, Mass. 

Pinkerton, Samuel J Augusta, Ga. 

Pinkham, Alfred G., r Litchfield, Minn. 

Piper, Arthur, ivarden Racine, Wis. 

Pise, David, D.D . , r Glendale, O. 

Pise, C. T. A., m Hamilton, O. 

Pitman, John B Fayetteville, N. Y. 

Pittinger, I. McKendree Glen Cove, N. Y. 

Pitts, Thomas D Bristol. R. I. 

Plant. R. W Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Piatt, George L., D.D Tivoli, N. Y. 



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Piatt, William Henry, r Carbondale, Pa. 

Piatt, Wm. H.,D.D., LL.D .Petersburg, Va. 

Plummer, Charles H Lake City, Minn. 

Plummer, George F., r Baltimore, Md. 

Poffenberger, Martin L., m St. Denis, Md. 

Poindexter, Jas. E ... 

Polk, John H Nashville, Tenn. 

Pollard, J. H M., a. m Charleston, S. C. 

Pond, Gideon D., a. m.Mount-Vernon, N. Y. 

Pond, Sylvaaus B., r Danville, 111. 

Pond, Thos. G., m Mt. Airy, Ga. 

Pope, Wm. C., r St. Paul, Minn. 

Poole, Charles A Faribault, Minn. 

Poole, R. Andrewes, r Ellicott City, Md. 

Porter, A. Toomer, D.D., r., 

Charleston, S. C. 

Porter, Emery H . , r Pawtucket, R. I. 

Porter, Geo. W., D.D Lexington, Mass. 

Porter, Theo. A.,«. m Charleston, S. C. 

Porter, Thos. G Louisville, Ky. 

Portmess, John, m Cloverdale, Cal. 

Post, Frank H., r Salem, Or. 

Post, R. B Hoboken, N. J. 

Postell, James H., m Asheville, N. C. 

Pott, Francis L. H , m Shanghai, China. 

Pott, William H., Ph.D., a. m., 

New- York, N. Y. 

Potter, Collis I Stratford, Ct. 

Potter, Charles A., m Huron, S. Dak. 

Potter, D. S. CM., D.D.. r 

Potter, E. N., S.T.D., LL.D., D.C.L , p. col., 

Geneva, N. Y. 

POTTER, HENRY CODMAN, D.D, LL.D., 

Bishop of New- York New-York, N. Y. 

Potter, John F., M.D., m. East-Newark, N.J. 

Potter, S. A Blue Springs. Neb. 

Potts, Francis H., r Benson, Minn. 

Potwine, William E., r Pendleton, Ore. 

Powell, Arthur C, r Baltimore, Md. 

Powell, John D., r Portsmouth, Va. 

Powell, Wm. R, r Cove, Ore. 

Powers, Horatio N., D.D., r..Piermont, N. Y. 

Powers, James F,, r Pottsville, Pa. 

Powers, Pike, D.D., r .Richmond, Va 

Powers, W. Dudley, r Macon, Ga. 

Powers, W. H. H., r Towson, Md. 

Prall, William, r South Orange, N. J. 

Pratt, G. B.,r Oak Park, 111. 

Pratt, George S., r New- York, N. Y 

Pratt, H. L. E New-York, N. Y. 

Pratt, J. Edward, r Lancaster, Pa. 

Pray, Stephen A. W Nashotah, Wis. 

Prentiss, Augustin Atlanta. Ga. 

Prentiss, Wm. O., m Charleston, S. C. 

Presbury, Willard, r Kirkwood, Miss. 

Prescott, Allan C, r Westfield, Mass. 

Prescott, Geo. J., r Boston, Mass. 

Prescott, John H., r Say ville, N. Y. 

Prescott, Oliver S New- York, N. Y. 

Prescott, Philip M., r Baltimore, Md. 

Price, Nymphus E., r Bath, N. C. 

Price, William Erie, Pa. 

Prichard, Joseph B., m Ludington, Mich. 

Prime, Augustus, r. .Brighton, Boston, Mass. 

Pringle, J. Maxwell, o New-York, N. Y. 

Proctor, Charles H., dean. .Little Rock, Ark. 

Proftitt, Arthur H., Chicopee, Mass. 

Promt, Charles C.,m New-York, N. Y. 



Post- Office Address. 

Prosser, John W., ed Minneapolis, Mine. 

Prosser, Ralph H., r Houma, La. 

Protheroe, John T., r Ft. Collins, Col. 

Prout, E. Gregory, m., 

Virginia City, Mon. T. 

Prout, John, r East Springfield, N. Y. 

Prout, Wm. C, r Granville, N. Y. 

Pruden, C. O., r Chatham. Va. 

Pulford, Samuel D., r Lancaster, Wis. 

Pullen, C. M., r Houghton, Mich. 

Punnett, Thos. W., r Catonsville, Md. 

Purcell, J. B., M.D., r..Mt. Washington, Md. 

Purdon, Henry, D.D., r Titusville, Pa. 

Purdy, E. J., r Minneapolis, Minn. 

Purucker, Gustav E... Geneva, Switzerland. 

Purves, S. B Redwood Falls, Minn. 

Putnam, Albert B Cleveland. O. 

Putnam, N. F., r Salt Lake City, Utah. 

Putnam, R. F., r Lime Rock, Ct. 

Pycott, Thos. S Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Pynchon, Thos. R., D.D., LL.D., ;;. col., 

Hartford, Ct. 

Pyne, C. M., a m Washington, D. C. 

Pyne, Henry R., r Washington, D. C. 

Quarles, J. S., m Kaolin, S. C. 

(Juennell, R. G., r Binghamton, N. Y. 

Quin, Charles C. o .. Wadesboro, N. C. 

QUINTARD, CHAS. TODD, S.T.D., LL.D., 

Bishop of Tennessee Memphis. 

Quirell, Claude A. , M.D., r Xenia, O. 

Radcliffe, William, r E. Saginaw, Mich. 

Rafter, George C, r Cheyenne, Wy. T. 

Rafter, W. W., r Cuba,N.Y. 

Raftery, Oliver H., r Portland, Ct. 

Raikes, F. W., r Sandusky, O. 

Rainey F. G . . Stottville, N Y. 

Rainsford, W. S., D.D., r.. New-York, N. Y 

Ramsay, Abdiel, r Piqua, O. 

Ramsey, Daniel B., r Aurora, Ind. 

Rand, Edward A., r Watertown, Mass. 

Randall, Arthur T., r Meriden, Ct. 

Randall, Edward H., r Poultney, Vt. 

Randall, Henry G.,r Essex, Ct. 

RANDOLPH, ALFRED MAGILL, D.D., 
Assistant Bishop of Virginia ... Richmond. 

Randolph, B. M., r Richmond, Va. 

Randolph, Charles C, r Fincastle, Va. 

Randolph, Thomas L Syracuse, N. Y. 

Ranger, J. Hilliard, r Indianapolis, Ind. 

Rankin, John M., princ Reno, Nev. 

Rankine, James, D.D., r Geneva, N. Y. 

Ransford, Edward, a. m Elizabeth, N. J. 

Rathbim, Grenville A New-York, N. Y. 

Rathbun, Scott B., r Walton, N. Y. 

Ray, D. Brainard, r Harlem, N. Y. 

Ray, J. Wainwright Washington, D.C. 

Raymond, Wm. W., r Lake Geneva, Wis. 

Reaney, William L , r Reidsville, N. C. 

Reazor, Frank B., r Delhi, N. Y. 

Rede,Wyllys, r Westminster, Md. 

Roed, Benjamin E., r St. Louis, Mo. 

Reed,F.W Cal. 

Reed, H. Morton, r., 

Washington Heights, N. Y. 
Reed, J. B. T Winchester, Va. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Reed, J. Sanders, r San Francisco, Cal. 

Reedy, J. J. H 

Rees, Henry K Marietta, Ga. 

Reese, Frederick F.,r Portsmouth, Va. 

Reese, J. Livingston, D.D., r. .Albany, N. Y. 

Reese, J. W Westminster, Md. 

Reese, Philip P Philadelphia, Pa. 

Reeves, Abraham, M.D Ovid, Mich. 

Regester, J. A., r . - - Georgetown, D. C. 

Reid, T. R Alpena, Mich. 

Reilly, Edward M., princ. .Burlington, N. J. 
Reillv, Theophilus M., cA.Haddonfield, N. J. 

Reilly, W. M., princ Haddontield, N. J. 

Remick, Herbert C, m Woodsville, N. H. 

Renouf, Edward A., r Drewsville, N. H. 

Restarick, H. B., r. . . . San Diego, Cal. 

Reynolds, Joseph, Jr., r..Mott Haven, N. Y. 

Reynolds, W. B., a. m Stockport, N. Y. 

Rhames, R. W., r Morris, N. Y. 

Rhodes, Dudley W., r Cincinnati, O. 

Rice, De L. G Providence, R. I. 

Rice, Edwin B., r Jamaica, N. Y. 

Rice, F. Fenelon, r Havana, N. Y. 

Rice, Spencer M., D.D Jersey City, N. J. 

Rice, William F., o Haw Creek, N. C. 

Rich, Arthur J., M.D., r..Reisterstown\ Md. 

Rich, Edward R., r Orbisonia, Pa. 

Rich, L. C Baltimore, Md. 

Richards, A. S. R., m Osceola, Pa. 

Richards, C. A. L., D.D., r. Providence. R. I. 
Richardson, Clement ..Greenville, Tenn. 
Richardson, Edwin G., r Milwaukee, Wis. 

Richardson, E. R., r Crete, Neb. 

Richardson, Leonard W., r... Palmyra, N. Y. 
Richardson, Sam. McD., a. m.Baltimore, Md. 

Richardson, W. C Norwalk, Ct. 

Richardson, W. R., dean..S&n Antonio, Tex. 

Richey, Alban, r Patchogue, N. Y. 

Richey, Theop. S., can Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Richey, Thomas, D.D , p. se?n., 

New- York, N. Y. 

Richmond, John B., a. m Medford, Mass. 

Richmond, William, r.. Orange Valley, N. J. 

Richmond, Wm ... Norwood, 111. 

Rickert, A. A., r Weldon, Pa. 

Ricksecker, Charles A., o Paoli, Pa. 

Riddel, H. O., o Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Rider, George T New- York, N. Y. 

Ridgely, Lawrence B., r.. Virginia City, Nev. 

Riggs, Edward, a.m Stamford, ( t. 

Riley, Reuben, r Islip, N. Y. 

Riley, Theodore M., S.T.D., p. sem., 

Nashotah, Wis. 
Ringgold, Samuel, D.D., r. .Knoxville, Tenn. 

Ringwalt, Roland, m Mantua, N. J. 

Rippey, John N , M.D., r.. Muskegon, Mich. 

Ritchie, Arthur, r New -York, N. Y. 

Ritchie, Edward, a.m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Ritchie, Robert, r.... Falls of Schuylkill, Pa 

Ritchie, Robert Red Bluff, Cal. 

Riv^ly, T. K. C Camden, N. J. 

Robbins, Wilford L., canon. ..Alban v, N. Y. 

Robert, P. G., r St. Louis, Mo. 

Roberts, Albert A Md. 

Roberts, Daniel C.,D.~D.,vice-r Concord, N.H. 

Roberts, Edmund, ch Philadelphia, Pa. 

Roberts, John, m., Shoshone Agency, Wy. T. 
Roberts, John J., D.D., L. New-York, N Y. 



Post- Office Address. 

Roberts, P. G St. Louis, Mo. 

Roberts, Stephen C, r Chestertown, Md. 

Roberts, Walter C, r Corning, N. Y. 

Roberts, Warren H., r Northford, Ct. 

Roberts, W. Dewee^, a. m Bo-ton, Mass. 

Roberts, William J Col. 

Roberts, W. T Tappahannock, Va. 

Roberts, William. In England. 

Robins, J. W., T).D. t princ., Philadelphia, Pa. 

Robinson. Henry D Racine, Wis. 

Robinson, Herbert W Mason City, la. 

Robinson, James A., r Cortland, N. Y. 

Robinson, John, m.. Sisseton Agency, S.Dak. 

Robinson, Joseph B Tracy, Ct. 

Robinson, Lucian M Philadelphia, Pa. 

Robinson, Myron S Hurley, S. Dak. 

Robinson, Nabro F., a. m. .Philadelphia* Pa. 

Robinson, N. Thayer N. Y. 

Robottom, Percy J.,r To wand a, N. Y. 

Roche, Hibbert H., m Metuchen N. J. 

Roche, Olin S. , a. m New- York, N. Y. 

Roche, Robert T., D.D., r. . .Monticello. Fla. 

Roche, Spencer S., r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Rockstroh, Johannes, r Newark, N. J. 

Rockwell, John D., r Cole's Creek, Pa. 

Rodefer, C. P., o Owensboro, Ky . 

Rodman, Erskine M., r Plainfield, N. J. 

Rodman, Washington Astoria, N. Y. 

Rodrick, R. A Grafton, W. Va. 

Rodriguez, P. A., p. col Nashville, Tenn. 

Rogers, Alex. H., r Greene, N. Y. 

Rogers, Benjamin A Georgetown, Tex. 

Rogers, B. T &! anitowoc, Wis. 

Rogers, George, a. m Williamsport, Pa. 

Rogers, George, r Piitston, Pa. 

Rogers, L. C Leesville, Mich. 

Rogers, Silas M., m Ellenburgh, N. Y. 

Roke, E. J Pittston, Pa. 

Roller, Robert D., r Charleston, W. Va. 

Rollins, Daniel Baltimore. Md. 

Rollit, C. C Fergus Falls, Minn. 

Rooney, Arthur, m.... Howell, Mich. 

Root, Herbert Valley City, N. Dak. 

Rose, John Baltimore, Md. 

Rose, G. Q. A Eagle Pass, Texas. 

Rose, John T., r Syracuse, N. Y. 

Rose, L. W.,r Birmingham, Ala. 

Rose, Julius D., Ph. T)., princ. Short Hills, N.J. 
Rosenmuller, Geo. F., r. .Niagara Falls, N.Y. 

Rosevelt, Sherwood, r Goshen, Ind. 

Ross, Amos, m. .Pine Ridge Agency, S. Dak. 

Ross, Edward B., m Rossview, Tenn. 

Ross, W. H. H., m Kasson, Minn. 

Rousmaniere, E. S., r... New-Bedford, Mass. 

Rowdon, Edward CM Nashotah, Wis. 

Rowe, P. T., m Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 

Rowe, W. S Hudson, N. Y. 

Rowland, Edmund, D.D., r. . . Waterbury, Ct. 

Rowland, Henry J., ch Philadelphia, Pa. 

Rowse, Frederick H., m Plymouth, Mass. 

Royce, Alfred L., ch U. 8 SS. Minnesota, 
Station E, New-York.N. Y. 

Royce, Fayette, r Beloit. Wis. 

Royce, G. Monroe, Barrow, England. 

Rucker, Lindsay P., r Brenham, Tex. 

Rucker. Tandy, r Rockport, O. 

Rudd, E. IT., ch Knoxville, 111. 

Rudderow, Joel, r Oaks, Pa. 



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RULISON, NELSON SOMERVILLE, D.D., 
Assistant Bishop of Central Penn., 

South Bethlehem. 

Rumney, George, r . Sharon, Ct. 

Rumney, Theo. S., D.D., r. Germ an town, Pa. 

Rush, Harris C, r Tom's River, N. J. 

Rushton, Joseph, m WoodJawn Park, 111. 

Russell, A. B Clarksville, Tenn. 

Russell, Edwin B., ch. . .. Florence, Italy. 

Russell, Francis T., princ Waterbury, Ct. 

Russell, James S., m. . . .Lawrenceville, Va. 

Russell, Joseph A., m Tecumseh, Neb. 

Russell, Lorenzo S Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Russell, R. Condit, r North-Salem, N. Y. 

Ruth, Peter S Pomona, Cal. 

Rutherf < >rd, W. W 

Ryajl, Robert Ray, Kan. 

Ryan, Albert W., Ph.D., r Warren, Pa. 

Ryan, Joseph E., r Des Moines, la. 

Rylance, J. H., D.D., r New- York, N.Y. 

Safford, Henry, m Milwaukee, Wis. 

Saltonstall, L. W., r., 

Dorchester, Boston, Mass. 

Sams, B. B., m Bluffton, S. C. 

Sams, J. Julius, D.D., r Baltimore, Md. 

Samuels, A. F., m Prairie du Chien, Wis. 

Sanborn, Frank A., a. m. . .Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sanderson. Benj. S., r. .New-Hartford, N. Y. 

Sanford, David A., m Osco, 111. 

Sanford, David L., r . . . Bellows Falls*, Vt. 
Sanford, Edgar L., m. .Northport, L. I., N. Y. 

Sanford, Elihu T., r New-Haven, Ct. 

Sanford, Fred'k R San Buenaventura, Cal. 

Sansom, Henry, D.D., r Vicksburg, Miss. 

Sargent, Christopher S Vincennes, Ind. 

Sargent, Henry R In England. 

Sartwelle, Wm. D., r Corsicana, Tex. 

Satterlee, H. Y., D.D., r. . . .New-York, N. Y. 
Sanl, William . . .Rosebud Agency, S. Dak. 

Saunders, E. H New-London, Ct. 

Savage, George R., a. m Troy, N. Y. 

Savage, Wm. R., r Norfolk, Va. 

Savage, Zachary T., r Griggsville, 111. 

Sawyer, Andrew L., a. m... New-Haven. Ct. 

Sawyer, Hudson Kan. 

Sayres, George Jamaica, N. Y. 

Sayres, Samuel W., r. .Far Rockaway, N. Y. 

Saj r res, Wm. S., r Montevideo, Minn. 

Scadding, C, a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Scaife, H. W.. m Chicago, 111. 

SCARBOROUGH, JOHN, D.D., Bishop of 

New- Jersey Trenton 

Scheetz, Frederick B., r Kirkwood, Mo. 

Schepeler, Wm. T Ridsreway, Pa. 

SCHERESCHEWSKY, SAM'L I. J., D.D., 

Late Missionary Bishop of Shanghai, 

Exeter, N. H. 
Schermerhorn, M. K., r . . .Tarrvtown, N. Y. 

Schmitt, Erit B Norwich, Ct. 

Schouler, Wm., r Elkton, Md. 

Schramm, Chas., D.D New -York, N. Y. 

Schroeder, F. E Lancaster, Pa. 

Schroeder, John F New-Milford, Ct. 

Schubert, L. H., r roxsackie, N. Y. 

Schubert, W. A Washington, D. C. 

Schulte, Bernard, r Utica, N. Y. 

Schultz, Charles H...Bay Shore, L. I... N. Y. 



IPost- Office Address. 
Schuyler, Anthony, D.D., r. ..Orange, N. J. 
Schuyler, Montgonfy, D.D., r..St. Louis, Mo. 

Schwartz, David L., r Albany, N. Y. 

Schwab, Lawrence II.. a.m., 

New- York, N. Y. 

Scott, F. G., r Gordonsville, Va. 

Scott, James L Wallingford, Ct. 

Scott, J. J., D.D., LL.D., r. .Pensacola, Fla. 

Scott, John, m Onondaga Castle, N. Y. 

Scott, Robert, r Beatrice, Neb. 

Scott, Walter, r La Porte, Ind. 

Scrarchley, Henry P Delafield, Wis. 

Scndder, Henry T., m Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Seabrease, A. W., r Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

Seabury, George Garrison's, N. Y. 

Seabury, W^m. J., S.T.D., r. and p. sem., 

New-York, N. Y. 

Searing, Richard C, r Arlington, Vt. 

Searing, S. Stanley, a. m Boston, Mass. 

Sears, Lorenzo, p. col Burlington,Vt. 

Sears, Peter G., m Holly Springs, Miss. 

Seibold, John S., ch. U. 8. A., 

Fort Gibson, Ind. Ter. 
Seibt, C. Theo., S.T.D., ?\.Brockport, N.^Y. 

Selkirk, Edward, r. emer Albany, N. Y. 

Selleek, Chas. M Norwalk, Ct. 

Sellers, John H Goffstown, N. H. 

Sellwood, James R. W... East- Portland, Ore. 

Sellwood, John, m Milwaukee, Ore. 

Sellwood, John W., r. .. East-Portland, Ore. 

Serenbez, Francis M Micldletown, N. Y. 

Sessums. Davis, r New-Orleans. La. 

Sever, Winslow W., m. ..Central Falls, R. I. 

Sexton, J. Frederick, r. . . . Cheshire, Ct. 

Seymour, Charles, o Nyack, N. Y. 

Seymour, Chas. H., S.T.D.,r. .Melrose, Mass. 

Seymour, E., r Ashtabula Harbor, O. 

SEYMOUR, GEO. FRANKLIN, D.D., 
LL.D., Bishop of Springfield, 

Springfield, 111. 

Seymour, Storrs O., r Hartford, Ct. 

Shackelford, J Green, ^.Fredericksburg, Va. 
Shackelford, John W., S.T.D., r., 

New-York, N. Y. 

Shanklin, Robert, m Waldo, Fla. 

Shannon, O. E. Hemie, m., 

Hoffman Station, Liberia. 

Sharp, Henrv T.. r Alexandria, Va. 

Sharp, Jas. R. . . W. New Brighton, S.I., N. Y. 

Sharp, Wm., Jr., r Brenham, Tex. 

Sharpe, Andrew T., m Titusville, Fla. 

Shaw, H. C, m Wichita Falls, Tex. 

Shearman, S. U., r Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Shearman, W. D. U., m Cbamplain, N. Y. 

Sheild, Charles H., D.D Staunton, Va. 

Shepard, Peter L., r. Clinton, Ct. 

Shepherd, J. Avery, D. D. , r. . Santa Rosa, Cal. 

Shepherd, Joseph B., a. m Cleveland, O. 

Shepherd, R. Bowden, r . . . Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sheppard, William Y., r.. Harrodsburg, Ky. 

Sheridan, Henry J , m Mayville, Dak. 

Sherlock, Joseph, a. m. ... ; ...Baltimore. Md. 

Sherman v AddisonM.,r Batavia, N.Y. 

Sherman, C. A 

Sherman, F. F Mass. 

Sherman, Henry M., r Torrington, Ct. 

Sherwood, L. H Lyons, N. Y. 

Shields, A. B Waltham, Mass. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Shields, James W., r Mount- Jackson, Ya. 

Shields, Van W Jacksonville, Fla. 

Shinn, George W., D.D., r.. .Newton, Mass. 
Shipman, J. S., D.D., D.C.L., r., 

New-York, N. Y. 

Shiras, Alexander, D.D Washington, D.C. 

Shofoer, Francis E., m Barry town, N. Y. 

Short, Charles L Newcastle, Me. 

Short, Wm St. Lonis, Mo. 

Short, William S., r Astoria. Ore. 

Shoup, F. A., D.D., r Sewanee, Tenn. 

Shreve, Richmond Albany, N. Y. 

Shrimpton, C.J Atliol, Mass. 

Shurtleff, J. T., m Auburn, Cal. 

Sih, Yuin Yu, m Da Tiang, China. 

Sill, Frederick S., r Cohoes, N. Y. 

Sill, Thos. H., a. m New-York, N. Y. 

Sills, C. Morton, D.D., can Portland, Me. 

Silliman, George D., r. . .Hoosic Falls, N. Y. 

Silvester, W. W., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Simes, Snyder B., r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Simey, John H Castle Rock, Col. 

Simonds, James Salinas, Cal. 

Simonson, Leopold, a. m Hartford, Ct. 

Simpson, StephenjP. Netherwood, N. J. 

Singsen, Antoine G Denver, Col. 

Skeele, Amos, r Rochester, N. Y. 

Skene, John D., r Asbury Park, N. J. 

Skinner, F.N Hertford, N. C. 

Skinner, G. M Detroit. Mich. 

Skinner, Henry A Can ton, Miss. 

Slade, Edwin In Europe. 

Slafter, Carlos, princ Dedham, Mass. 

Siafter, Edmund F Boston, Mass. 

Slaughter, Phil., D.D., historiographer, 

Mitchell's Station, Ya. 

Sleeper, Henry H Elizabeth, N. J. 

Sleight, Chas. L., r Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

Slidell, Jame«, r Janesville, Wis. 

Sloan, Arthur, r Rochester, N. Y. 

Sloan. John Texas. 

Small, Edwin F , r Newark, N. J. 

Smeade, G. Gordon, m Pulaski, Va. 

Smedes, Bennett, princ Raleigh, N. C. 

Smedes, John E. C., D.D . , r. , 

Mechanicsburgh. Pa. 
Smith, Aristides S., D.D., r..Ringwood, N. C. 
Smith, Augustine J., a. m.Washington, D. C. 

Smith, Charles H., r Buffalo, N. Y. 

Smith, Cornelius B., D.D.. r., 

New-York, N. Y. 

Smith, Daniel F., m S. Evanston, 111. 

Smith, Dudley D., ?•., 

Christiania Hundred, Del. 
Smith, Edmund B.. .New-Branswick, N. J. 

Smith, E. Bayard, r West Troy, N. Y. 

Smith, Elvin K., m Lambertville, N. J. 

Smith, Emelius W., r Fall River, Mass. 

Smith, Francis W., r Woodstock, Yt. 

Smith, Fred W. (Indian), m., 

Red Lake, Minn. 
Smith, George (Indian), m..Red Lake, Minn. 

Smith, George Henry Bridgewater, Ct. 

Smith, G. G., r Louisville, Ky. 

Smith, G. Williamson, D.D.,pr. col., 

Hartford, Ct 

Smith, Hobart Owing* Mills, Md. 

Smith, James F., r Talladega, Ala. 



Post- Office Address. 

Smith, James H Jamaica, N. Y. 

Smith, James W.,r Sag Harbor, N. Y. 

Smith, J. Carpenter, S.T.D., r., 

Flushing, N. Y. 

Smith, James Tuttle, D.D In England. 

Smith, John Gibbons Knoxville, 111. 

Smith, Joseph H., m Hamburgh, N.J. 

Smith, J. Stewart, r Elgin, 111. 

Smith, M. O 

Smith, Richard S., r Uniontown. Pa. 

Smith, Roland Cotton, a. m. ..Bosron, Mass. 

Smith, S. Borden, r Stone Ridge, N Y. 

Smith, Sydney Cameron, Mo. 

Smith, Thomas W., r St. Joseph. La. 

Smith, Thompson L., r Coffey ville, Kan. 

Smith, Victor G., r New-York, N. Y. 

Smith, Walter E. C, o Bo.^ton, Mass. 

Smith, Walter J., r . .Tarboro, N. C. 

Smith, W. B. T., r Charlestown, N. H. 

Smith, W. G. W., r La Grange, Tex. 

Smyth, H. M.,r Pittsburgh, N.Y. 

Smythe, George F., r. Elyria, O. 

Smythe, Henry H., r Adams, Mass. 

Smythe, Sidney T., r. andjom?.c., 

Delafield. Wis. 

Smythe, W. Herbert Port Austin, Mich. 

Sneed, H. H., r Mt. Stirling, Ky. 

Snell, Lawson H . .Natchez, Miss. 

Snelling, Samuel, r Providence. R I. 

Snively, Summerfield E Philadelphia, Pa. 

Snively, Thaddeus A., r Troy, N. Y. 

Snively, W. A., S T.D. . . .New Orleaus, La. 

Snowden, Robert B., r Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Snyder, A. W Wellsboro, Pa. 

Snyder, Theo. A Greenville, N. Y. 

Somerville, G. H. S .N.Y. 

Somerville, Geo. S Cincinnati, O. 

Somerville, H. E. S., m Manistee, Mich. 

Sothoron, L. J., r Charlotte Hall, Md. 

Southall, S. O Tazewell C. H, Va. 

SOUTHGATE, HORATIO, D.D., late 

Bishop at Constantinople, 

Ravenswood, N. Y. 
Southgate, William S M D.D., ?•., 

Annapolis, Md. 

Southwell, G. W., r Jordan, N. Y. 

Sowerby, Herbert, m Wu-Chang, China. 

Spafard, Henry A Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Spaight, A. B Marysville, Cal. 

Spalding, C. N., r. and princ Lima, Ind. 

Spalding, Edward B., r. .San Francisco, Cal. 
Spalding, Erastus W., D.D., r.Eufaula. Ala. 

Spalding, H. W., D.D., r Lyons, N. Y. 

Spalding, James F., D.D., r., 

Cambridge, Mass. 
SPALDING, J. FRANKLIN, D.D., 

Bishop of Colorado Denver. 

Sparks, James W., r Waterville. Me. 

Sparling, Wm. H., r Le Mars, la. 

Spear, John N Reading, Pa, 

Spear, Samuel S., r Fall River, Mass. 

Spear, Wm. W., D.D Ephratah, Pa. 

Speirs, W. J Detroit, Mich. 

Spencer, Chas. S., D.D., r., 

St. Margaret's, Md. 
Spencer, Jesse A., S.T.D., p. emer., 

New- York, N.Y. 
Spencer, J. Selden, r Tarry town, N. Y. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Spencer, Thomas, p. sem Petersburg, Va. 

Spencer, William O, a. in... .B( stoc, Mass. 
Spencer, Wm. G., D.D., o Washington, Ot. 
Spink, George R., o..East Providence, R. I. 

Spong, J. J. Rowan, o New York, N. Y. 

Spooner, J. Alden Edgewater Park, N.J. 

Sprague, David, r Amsterdam, N. Y. 

S prague, Philo W., r Charlestown, IV^ass. 

Sprigg, D. Francis, D.D., r.. .Richmond, Va. 

Stafford, H. W. R , r Ba h, Mc. 

Stafford, Th os Huntsville, Tex. 

Stanberry, George Lexington, Ky. 

Stanger, I. Newton, D.D., r. New- York, N. Y. 

Stanley, Albert U Milburn, N. J. 

Stanley, Geo. M., r Winsted, Ct. 

Stanley, James I)., r Terre Haute, Ind. 

Stanley, M. C, m Marquette, Mich. 

Stanley, Newell D., m. Sheboygan Falls, Wis. 
Stanley, Thos. C, D.D., m.San Angelo, Tex. 

Stansbury, J. N., r Newark, N. J. 

Staples, Edward Mhss. 

Staples, Oliver H South St. Louis, Mo. 

Stark, William H Morton, Pa 

STARKEY, THOS. ALFRED, D.D., 

Bishop of Newark, East Orange, N. J. 

Starkweather, C. S . . . .Pensacola, Fla 

Starr, Francis R., m San Pedro, Gal. 

Starr, Jared, m Newington, Ct. 

Starr, Reginald H., D.D Dedham, Mass. 

Starr, W. C, r Delaware City, Del. 

Staudenmayer, L. R., D.D., t., 

Lincolnton, N. C. 

Stauder, C Woodside, N. Y. 

Staunton, John A New- York, N.Y. 

Stearns, Edward J., D.D Easton, Md. 

Stearns, Rufus D., r St. John's, Mich. 

Stebbins, Henry D Norwich, N.Y. 

Steel, Ci>arles L Covington, Ten n. 

Steel, William M Normal, 111. 

Steel, W. W., r Springfield, O. 

Steele, A. Floridus, r . ..Washington, D. C. 
Steele, J. Nevett, r. Wappinger's Falls, N. Y. 

Steen, John F., m New- York, N. Y. 

Steenstra, Peter H., D.D., p. sem , 

Cambridge, Mass. 
Stephens, Nassau W . . . .Brushton, N. Y. 
Stephens, Thomas, m. . .Spring Valley, N. Y. 

Stephenson, J., S.T.D New Market, Md. 

Sterling, G H., r Old Orchard, Mo. 

Sterling, Gilbert H., princ. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Sterling, Paul, r Lynn, Mass. 

Sterrett, J. Macbride, D.D., p. sem., 

Faribauit, Minn. 

Stevens, C. Ellis, LL.D., D.C.L., archdeacon, 

Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Stevens, Lawrence S., r Pontiac, Mich. 

Stevens, Robert L Lincoln, Neb. 

Stevenson, Thos. A., r Sherburne, N. Y. 

Steward, Charles M Trenton, N. J. 

Stewardson, L. C., r Worcester, Ma«s. 

Stewart, Charles, r Buutyn, Teun. 

Stewart, Charles S. M. r., 

Whites^one, L. I., N. Y. 

Stewart, George, m Missoula, Mont. 

Stewart, James W., r Athens, N. Y. 

Stewart, Kensey J., D.D. .Washington, D. C. 
Stewart, Walter C, r., 

Lebanon Springs, N. Y. 



Post- Office Address. 
St. George, Howard B., ch.. Milwaukee, Wis. 
St. George, Howard B., Jr., canon, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Stickney, Moses P Royalton, Vt. 

Stickney, Wm. A., r Faun'sdale. Ala. 

Stilson, A. C, S.T.D., r Des Moines, la. 

Stimson, Levi B Wilson, Mich. 

Stirling, Walter A New-York, N. Y. 

St. John, Joseph Bay City, Mich. 

Stocking, Chas. H. W., D.D., r., 

West-Orange, N. J. 

Stocking, S. Stebbins, r Jamaica, N. Y. 

Stockton, W. R ., D.D., r... .Phcenixville, Pa. 

Stoddard, Edward L., r Jersey City, N. J. 

Stoddard, Jas., m Manor, L. I. , N. Y. 

Stoddard, James, r New Britain, Ct. 

Stokes, George O, r Govanstown, Md. 

Stokes, William, m . .Water Valley, Miss. 

Stone, E. C Enosburgh Falls, Vt. 

Stone, G. Barker Baltimore, Md. 

Stone, Hiram, r Bantam, Ct. 

Stone, James S., D.D., r.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Stone, Morton, r La Grange, 111. 

Stone, Stewart, m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Stone, Willis H . , a. m Hartford, Ct. 

Stoney, James M., r Camden, S. C. 

Stonex, Henry A., M.D., m., 

Long Rapids, Mich. 

Stonex, Wm. G., r Lapeer, Mich. 

Storrs, Leonard K., r Brookline, Mass. 

Stout, Chas. T. , m Petoskey, Mich . 

Stowe, Andrew D.,r Stillwater, Minn. 

Stowe, Wm., m Menlo Park, Cal. 

Stoy, William H., r San Rafael, Cal. 

Strange, Robert, r Wilmington, N. C. 

Street, S. T., m Deposit, N. Y. 

Street, Thomas W. Lancaster, N. Y. 

Streibert, Jacob, p. sem Gambier, O. 

Strieker, Francis H., r J<rmyn, Pa. 

Stringfellow, Frank, m Saluda, Va. 

Stringfellow, H., D.D., r.. Montgomery, Ala. 
Stringfellow, James H., r. . . Tuskaloosa, Ala. 

Stroh, Charles R., m Santee Agency, Neb. 

Strong, Chas. H., r ..Savannah, Ga. 

Strong, George Alex Maiden, Mass. 

Strong, George Aug. Providence, R. I. 

Strowger, Sam'l W., r..Cape Vincent, N. Y. 

Stryker, Augustus P., r Baltimore, Md. 

Stryker, John V., r. . .Hammondsport, N. Y. 

Stryker, P. W Delanco, N. J. 

Stuart, Albert R., D.D., r., 

Georgetown, D. C. 

Stuart, Robert S., r Marshall, Tex. 

Steuart- Jones, E,r Lewiston, N. Y. 

Stubbs, Alfred H., r Greensboro, N. C. 

Stubbs, Francis H., r\, 

Waverly, Baltimore, Md. 

Sturges, Chas. M., r Fernandina, Fla. 

Sturges, Geo. B . .Gambier, O. 

Sturgis, Isaac O, a. m Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

Summers, Robert W. . .San Luis Obispo. Cal. 
Sumner, William Q.,p. col.. New-Haven, Ct. 

Supplee, Enoch H Philadelphia, Fa. 

Susan, C. T., r Portage, Wis . 

Sutcliffe, Eli D., r Dalles, Ore. 

Suter, Henderson, r Alexandria, Va. 

Suter. John W., r Winchester, Mass. 

Sutton, Geo. C, r . . Circle viile, O. 



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Post- Office Address. 
Sutton, Robert B., D.D.,princ.Raleigh,N. C. 

Swan, Alonzo W., Jr., m Ashland, Me. 

Swan, Geo. E., r Indianapolis, Ind. 

Swarz, Karl Low ville, N. Y. 

Sweeney, G. L Edgar, Neb. 

Sweet, Charles F., r Chattanooga, Tenn. 

Sweet, R. F., r Rock Island, 111. 

Sweetland, EdwMR., m. .Jacksonport, Wis. 

Sweetland, L Mendota,Wis. 

Swentzel, H. C.,r Scranton, Pa. 

Swett, Josiah, D.D., r Highgate, Vt. 

Swift, Henry, ch. U.S.A., 

Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. 
Swope, C. E., D.D., asm. r. New- York, N. Y. 
Swope, Rodney R., D.D., r. Wheeling. W. Va. 

Sword, John, r Kansas City, Mo. 

Sykes, John W ! Gi eenvilie, O. 

Syle, Edward W., D.D., 

Norbiton, Surrey, England. 

Syle, Henry W., m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Symonds Uriah, m Port Jervis, N. Y. 

Synnott, Stephen H., r Ithaca, N. Y. 

Tai, Masakazu, m Tokio. Japan. 

Taitt, F. Marion, r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Talbot, Chas. R Wrentham, Mass. 

TALBOT, ETHELBERT. D.D., LL.D., 
Miss. Bishop of Wyoming and Idaho. 

Laramie, Wy. T. 

Talbot, Robert, r Kansas City, Mo. 

Talbott, Richard C, r Brownville, Neb. 

Tanner, Geo. C, ch Faribault, Minn. 

Tardy, A. J., r New-Orleans, La. 

Tarrant, Henry, r Baltimore, Md. 

Tasker, J. W Gardenia, Fla. 

Tassell, F. J Devil's Lake City, Dak. 

Tate, C. C, r Enslewood. 111. 

Tate, Robert A., M.D Bolivar, Tenn. 

Tatiyopa, David, m. y 

Crow Creek Agency, S. Dak. 

Tatlock, Henry Ann ArPor, Mich. 

Tatlock, Win., D.D., r Stamford, Ct. 

Taunt, J. Ferdinand, r. Syracuse, N. Y. 

Tayler, 13. W. R., r Riverside, Cal. 

Taylor, Alfred Cheetertown, N. Y. 

Taylor, A. O., M.D., D.D., m.. Cleburne, Tex. 

Taylor, Alfred R ,?• Westfield, N. J. 

Taylor, Benjamin F Lawrenceville, Pa. 

Taylor, Charles E., a.ra.South Bethlehem, Pa. 

Taylor, D. Wilson, m Petersburg, Va. 

Taylor, Elbert B., r Vergennes, Vt. 

Taylor, Francis M. S., r Paducah, Ky. 

Taylor, Frederick W., r Springfield, 111. 

Taylor, Jesse C, r., Port Townsend, Wash. 

Taylor, John L., r New-Haven, Pa. 

Taylor, Joseph C, m., 

Rosebud Agency, S. Dak. 
Taylor, Joseph P., D.D.,m...Plainfield, N. J. 

Taylor, J. Rice New-York, N. Y. 

Taylor, Oliver, m Orange Park, Fla. 

Taylor, Thomas J., o.Franklinville,Phila.,Pa. 

Taylor, William W .Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tearne, Walter A., m Colorado Tex. 

Tebbetts, J. C, r Hudson, N. Y. 

Teller, Henry L.,r Syracuse, N. Y. 

Temple, Charles, r Malone, N. Y. 

Temple, J. N Paducah, Ky . 



Post- Office Address. 
Temple, Richard, hon. can . . . .Albany, N. Y. 

Ten Broeck, H. H., r Carrollton, Miss. 

Ten Broeck, W. P., r La Crosse, Wis. 

Tennent, John C, M.D., r Glyndon, Md. 

Tenney, A. F ,... .Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Test, Zaccheus, M.D , t Richmond. Ind. 

Thackeray, S. W Newton. N. Y. 

Thomas, Chas. W. , M.D Griffin, Ga. 

THOMAS, ELTSHA SMITH, D.D.. 

Bishop of Kansas Topcka. 

Thomas, Henry, r Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Thomas, Lawrence Buckley, r.. Beverly, N.J. 
Thomas, Richard N., r.W. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Thomas, T. C River Falls, Wis. 

Thomas, Wm R., D.D., v.. 

Highland Falls, N. Y. 

Thompson, A. J., r Wickford, R. T. 

Thompson, Beni F., r Ashland, Pa. 

THOMPSON, HUGH MILLER, D.D., 

D.C L., Bishop of Misijistrippi Jackson. 

Thompson, Chalmers Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Thompson, C. H., D D , r. . Vicksburg, Miss. 
Thompson, Delbert F., r., 

Chippewa Falls, Minn. 

Thompson, Ebenezer, r Biloxi, Miss. 

Thompson, Frank, ch. U.S.N. , 

Mare's Island, Cal. 

Thompson, Frederick, r South-Bend, Ind. 

Thompson, Harry, r Kenosha, Wis. 

Thompson, Howard E., r W T oodbury, N J. 

Thompson, James E., m Chicago, 111. 

Thompson, P. D., r Kent Island, Md. 

Thompson, Walter, r Garrison's, N. Y. 

Thompson, W. G. G.,m Pulaski, Tenn. 

Thompson, Wm., r Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Thomson. Elliott H Ashbonrne, Pa. 

Thorn. Wm. B , r Miles Grove, Pa. 

Thorne, Robert T Southern Pines, N. C. 

Thorpe, Thos. M., r McDonough, N. Y. 

Thrall, S. C, D.D., r Mattoon, 111. 

Throop, Montgomery H., Jr., r., Chicago, 111. 

Thrush, J. W., m Detroit, Mich. 

Tibbals, Chas. A., r Trenton, N. J. 

Tibbitts, Edward D., o Hoosic, N. Y. 

Tibbitts, John B., o Hoosic, N. Y. 

Ticknor, Frank B., r Walla Walla, Wash. 

Ticknor, Joseph A.. .West Claremont, N. H. 

Tidball, T. A., D.D., r Camden, N. J. 

Tierkel, W T . T Rome, N. Y. 

Tiffany, Chas. C, D.D., r.. New- York, N. Y. 
Tighe, Richard H. L., a. m.. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Tilley, William J., r Amherst, Mass. 

Tillinghast, J. H., r Eastover, S. C. 

Tillotson, C. O., r Santa Cruz, Cal. 

Timlow, Geo. W., D.D... .Bloomfield, N. J. 
Timlow, Heman R., r ... .Burnt Hills, N. Y. 
Timothy, Benjamin W., r. .Little Rock, Ark. 

Tin dell, Charles H. r.. Portland, Me. 

Tinsley, Peter, D.D., r Cincinnati, O. 

Tizzard, A. B., r Winterpock, Va. 

Todd, George S.,m Chicago, 111. 

Todd, John M., r Newburg, Md. 

Todd, Russell, m Lebanon, Mo. 

Todhunter, Alfred, r .St. Helena. Cal. 

Todrig, AnbreyF Buffalo, N. Y. 

Toll, Wm. E., r Waukegan, 111. 

Tolman, Marcus A., r Mauch Chunk, Pa. 

Tomkins, E. D., r Long Branch, N. J. 



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Tomkins, Floyd W.,Ji\, r Hartford, Ct. 

Tomlins, William II., r. . East St. Louip, 111. 

Tompkins, E. S. DeG., a. m Troy, N. Y. 

Tongue. T. O., a. m Georgetown, D. C 

Tooke, W. Ma^aulay, m Fort. Austin, Mich. 
Torbert, Henry M., a.m. . Boston, Mass.. 

Torrence, G. P., r Bethel, Ct. 

Tortat, A. E., M.D Wissahickon, Pa. 

Tower, Francis M N. Y. 

Towers, Frederick, m Daytona, Fla. 

Tovvnsend, Hale, c\ San Francisco, Cal. 

Townsend, I. Jerome, m Fairmont, Minn. 

Townsend, I. L., S.T.D., r. Washington, D.C. 

Townsend, John, r Middletown, Ct. 

Townsend, John H., r Camden, N. J. 

Townsend, S. De L., a. m..New-York, N. Y. 

Toy, Eugene L., r Schenectady, N. Y. 

Tracy, Uriah T New-York, N. Y. 

Trader, Thomas R. B Md. 

Tragitt, H.N 

Tragitt, Josephus, r East Berkshire, Vt. 

Trail, William, Ph.D., a.m. . . .Albany. N. Y. 

Trapier, P. Du Gue, t Reisterstown, Md. 

Trapier, Richard S., r Charleston, S. C. 

Treat, Charles R., r New-York, N. Y. 

Trenaman, J., m Wheatland, Dak. 

Trevett, Joseph B., r Robin's Nest, 111. 

Trew, A. G. L., D.D., r.... San Gabriel, Cal. 

Trimble, David L Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Trimble, James Parker, Dak. 

Trimble, John, Jr., D.D., 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 

Trimble, John W Tuckahoe, N. Y. 

Tripp, Ferris, a. m Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Trotter. Wm, R., r Bristol, R. I. 

True, Edward H., o College Point, N. Y. 

Tsun, I-Fu, in Wu-Chang, China. 

Tucker, Beverly D., r Norfolk, Va. 

Tucker, Dallas, r Charlestown, W. Va. 

Tucker, G., r Boise City, Idaho. 

Tucker, Gardiner C, r Mobile. Ala. 

Tucker, John I., S.T.D., pastor . .Troy, N. Y. 

Tucker, Joseph L., D.D., r Mobile, Ala. 

Tucker, Wm. P., r Pawtucket, R. I. 

Tuckerman. Gustavus Chicago, 111. 

Tullidge, Edward K., a. m. .Philadelphia, Pa. 

Tullidge, Henry, D.D Smyrna, Del. 

Tunnell, W'm. V., m Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Tupper, T. C, D.D. , r.. Leavenworth, Kan. 
Turner, Byrd T., r.. Broad Run Station, Va. 

Turner, C Bristol, Ind. 

Turner, C. H. B., m Tyler, Tex. 

Turner, C. W., r Dallas, Tex. 

Turner, Job, m Staunton, Va. 

Turner, Jos. Wilmer, r ..Clinton, N. C. 

Turner, M. T., r Washington, Ga. 

Turner, Wm Chicago, 111. 

Turner, William R. Baltimore, Md. 

Turquand, E. L., r Enterprise, Fla. 

TUTTLE. DANIEL SYLVESTER, 

S.T.D.. Bishop of Missouri St. Louis. 

Tuttle, Isaac H., D.D., r. . .New-York. N. Y. 
Tuttle, Isaac H. (Indian), m., 

Choteau Creek, S. Dak. 

Tweedale, Samuel Frankford, Pa. 

T-wing, C. L., r Brooklyn, E. D., N. Y. 

Tyler, John P., m Weyanoke, Va. 

Tyler, Moses Coit, LL.D In Germany. 



Post-Ofice Address, 

Tyler, Thomas P., D.D Brattleboro, Vt, 

Tyng, Stephen H., D.D .Paris, France. 

Tyng, Theodoaius S., m Osaka, Japan. 

Ulmann, August, r Yonkers, N. Y. 

Underbill, Gilbert R., m. .Hammonton, N. J. 

Unonius, Gustav Grisselham, Sweden. 

Unsworth, Samuel, r Ogden, Utah. 

Upjohn, James A., m Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Upjohn, li. R. , Chicago, 111. 

Upjohn, Samuel, D.D., r. .Germantown, Pa. 
Upton, George R., r Greenville, Ala 

Valentine, M. P. Keda, m., 
Cuttington .Cape Palmas, Liberia. 

Valentine, Obadiah, m. .Bergen Point, N. J. 

Valpey, Thomas G., t Concord, N. H. 

Valliant, Thomas R., m Platte City, Mo. 

Van Antwerp, A. L., r Emmetsburg, la. 

Van Antwerp, W. H., D.D.. Charlotte, Mich. 

Van Bokklelen, L M., a.m. New- York, N. Y. 

Van Buren, James H.,r..Newbur\ port, Mass. 

Vanderpool, Wynant, m. .Morri^town, N. J. 

Van Deerlin, E. J. H , ch Kenosha, Wis. 

Van Deusen, E. M., D.D Carrollton, Md. 

Van Deusen, H. H., m Superior, Wis. 

VanDeWater,Geo. R.,D D., ?\, 

New- York, N. Y. 

Van Dyck, L. B., D.D., r Buffalo, N Y. 

Vandyne, Chas. H Wye Mills, Md. 

Van Hoose, J. A., m Biimingham, Ala. 

Van Ingen, J. W., m Livingston, Mont. 

Van Kleeck, F. B., r. . . .White Plains, N. Y. 

Van Kleeck, R. B., m Matteawan, N. Y. 

Van Linge, Jacob, D.D Nassau, W. I. 

Van Rensselaer, M.,D.D., LL.D., a. m., 

New- York, N. Y. 

Van Waters, G. B., r Greensburg, Pa. 

Van Winkle, Edward H., m. New-York, N.Y. 

Van Winkle, G. W. G. . . .Rawlins, Wyo. Ter. 

Van Winkle, Isaac, r Qoltl Spring, N. Y. 

Vaughan, Maurice H., m. .Leonardtown,Md. 

Vaughan, T. W Gordonsville, Va. 

Vaulx, James J., r Fayetteville, Ark. 

Venable, John W., r Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Vernor, Geo., r St. Louis, Mich. 

Vibbard, Chauncey, Jr., r..Bainbridge, N.Y. 

Vibbert, W 7 m. E , D.D., r. . . .Fair-Haven, Ct. 

Vibbert, Wm. H., S.T.D., r Chicago. 111. 

Vilatte, Rene J., m Dykesville, Wis. 

VINCENT, BOYD, D.D., Bishop of South- 
ern Ohio Cincinnati. 

Vincent, F. J., m Lake Providence, La. 

Vinton, Alex. H., r Worcester, Mass. 

Vinton-Foda. A. H., 

Bohlen Station, Liberia, Africa. 

Waddell, De B., r Shf ffielcl, Ala. 

Waddill, J. Cooper, r Woodville, Tex. 

Wager, Peter Millersville, Md. 

Wahl, Rudolph, m Persia. 

Wainwright, J. A., M.D., r Palmyra, Mo. 

Wainwright, Richard, m., 

Bowman's Bluff, N. C. 

Waite, Joseph M Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Wakazoo, Joseph, m Leech Lake, Minn. 

Wakefield, John B., D.D., r. ..San Jose, Cal. 
Walbridge, Henry B., D.D.,r. Brooklyn, N.Y. 



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Post- Office Adaress. 
Walden, Treadwell, 

Blackheath, London, England. 

Waldo, Gershom P Springfield, 111. 

Walker, A, R., r. Burlington, N. C. 

Walker, Cornelius, D.D.,p.. Theo.Sem.,Va. 

Walker, Edward T., r Cainhoy, S. C. 

Walker, George, r North Andover, Mass. 

Walker, James, r Lenni, Pa. 

Walker, Luke C, m., 

Lower Brule Ag'y, S. Dak. 

Walker, Milledge, r Bridgeport, Ct. 

Walker, R. J., r Marion, Ala. 

Walker, Robert J., m New- York, N. Y. 

Walker, Wra. , r Pittsboro, N. C. 

Walker, Wm. Bogert, r Bennington, Vt. 

Walker, Wm. Bonier Dubuque, la. 

WALKER, WM. DAVID, S.T.D., Mission- 
ary Bishop of N. Dakota.. Fargo, N. Dak. 

Walker, Wm. W., r Oxford, N. C. 

Walkley, 0. S Winton Place, O. 

Wall, Edward, r Peters ville, Md. 

Wall, Robert C. , m Hammond, Ind. 

Wallace, D. D., r Denver, Col. 

Wallace, Geo. ..Honolulu, Sandwich Islands. 
Wallace, John S., ch. CT.&i^.New-York, N. Y. 

Waller, G. C, r Louisville, Ky. 

Waller, H. D., r Mushing, N. Y. 

Wallis, Samuel A., r Accotink, Va. 

Walsh, George H., D.D. . . . Philadelphia, Pa. 

Walsh. Warren W., r N. Y. 

Walsh; Wm Newburgh, N. Y. 

Walters, S. P Culpeper, Va. 

Walton, J. Evarts Clayton, N. Y. 

Walton, Wm. M., r Augusta, Ga. 

Wang, Swau I., m< Wu-Ohang, China. 

Ward, C. T., a. m New York, N. Y. 

Ward, Edward H., r Lexington, Ky. 

Ward, George H., r Crescent City, Pla. 

Ward, Jeremiah Huntsville, Tex. 

Ward, Julius H Brookline, Mass. 

Ward, Lanzdon L., m.Shelburne Falls, Mass. 

Wardlaw, Wm., r Rossville, S. I., N. Y. 

Ware, Albert, r Massey's, Md. 

Ware, Charles S Luverue, Minn. 

Ware, George G Rapid City, S. Dak. 

Ware, James P., r Plymouth, Pa. 

Ware, Josiah W., r .Farmville, Va. 

Ware, S. S.. r Port Royal, Va. 

Ware, W. G.,r York, Pa. 

Warner, Abraham J Bradford, N. Y. 

Warner, Beverly E., r Bridgeport, Ct. 

Warner, George K., r Monckton, Md. 

Warner, George R Hartford, Ct. 

Warren, Daniel P., D.D., r., 

Jersey City Heights, N. J. 

Warren, Edward, r Ontonagon, Mich. 

Warren, E. A Sea Side, N. Y. 

Warren, E Walpole, r New- York, N. Y. 

Warriner, E. A., r Montrose, Pa. 

Washbon, Robert, r. . .Rensselaervilie, N. Y. 
Washburn, Alfred F., m....S. Boston, Mass. 
Washburn, Daniel, m. West Burlington, N. Y. 

Wasnburn, Francis, r Rondout, N. Y. 

Washburn, Henry H., r. . .Oyster Bay, N. Y. 

Washburn, Louis C, r Rochester, N. Y. 

Washburn, P. M., r Northampton, Mass. 

Washburn, Wm. H., r Lewiston, Me. 

Wasson, E. A Sea Side, N. Y. 



Post- Office Address. 

Wasson, James B., o New-York. N.Y. 

Waterman, J. H., r Chillicothe, Mo. 

Waterman, Lucius Peekskill. N. Y. 

Waterman, Theo. A Philadelphia, Pa. 

Waters, H. IL, r New-Orleans, La. 

Watkins, S. Halstead, r New-Haven, Ct. 

Watkins, W. F., D.D., r.... Philadelphia, Pa. 

Watkins, W. F.. Jr., r S'-amokin, Pa. 

WATSON, ALFRED AUGUSTIN, D.D., 

Bishop of East Carolina. 

Wilmington, N. C. 
Watson, Benjamin, D.D., r. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Watson, E. Shippen, D.D..Philade phia, Pa* 

Watson, Elisha F Wakefield, R. I. 

Watson, Geo. H., r Seattle, W^ash. 

Watson, Geo. W., D.D.,r.Swedesboro, N. J. 

Watson, John H., r Hartford, Ct. 

Watson, Samuel N., D.D Des Moines, la. 

Watters, Samuel P., r , Culpeper, Va. 

Watt, Ephraim, r Salem, O. 

Watts, W. H.,7* Columbia, Mo. 

Wattson, L. T., r Kingston, N. Y. 

Wayne, H. N., r..Tompkinsville, S. I., N. Y. 

Wayne, Joseph Maysville, Kan. 

Weaver, Joshua New-York, N. Y. 

Webb, Benjamin, a. m New- York, N. Y. 

Webb, Frederick T., r Helena, Mont. 

Webb, R. T. W. ... ... .East Tawas, Mich. 

Webb, Samuel H., r Providence, R. I. 

"Webb, Victor H., o Monmouth, 111. 

Webb, Wellington E., r.. Halifax C.-H., Va. 

Webb, W. Walter, a. m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Webb, Wm. Rollins, r Waterford, N. Y. 

Webbe, Wm. N., r Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Webbe, Wm. T Newark, N. J. 

Webber, E. N Hoboken, N J. 

Webber, Frederick W., r.Oconomowoc, Wis. 

Webber, Percy C, m Boston, Mass. 

Webster, Erastus Acra, N. Y. 

Webster, Lorin, r Ashland, N. H. 

Weddell, F. M Fort Yates, S. Dak. 

Weddell, John H., m. . . .Thonotosassa, Fla. 
WEED, EDWIN GARDNER, S.T.D., 

Bishop of Florida Jacks >n ville. 

Weed, Henry E New- York, N. Y. 

Weeks, Geo. A Lexington, Ky. 

Weeks, Robert, archdeacon .Hixevhend, N.Y. 

Weeks, William F., r Brandon, Vt. 

Weeks, William H Ravenswood, N. Y. 

Weibel, John W. H., r Carmel, N. Y. 

Weil, Elias Germantown, Pa. 

Weills, J. C. S., m — Manitou Springs, Col. 

Welch, J. V., m .Charleston, S. C. 

Weller, Reginald H., D.D., r. emer., 

Jacksonville, Fla. 
Weller, Reginald H., Jr., r.Eau Claire, Wis. 
Welles, Edward S., canon.. Milwaukee, Wis. 

Welling, Alden, a.m. Bo-t>n, Mass. 

Wellman, Edwin H., r Bellevue, O. 

Wellman, M. H., r West Ansonia. Ct. 

Wells, Albert E., r Sauga' uek, Mich. 

Wells, Chis. L , p. sem Faribault, Minn. 

Wells, Lemuel H Taeoma, Wash. 

Wells, L. W.,r Miils'ooro, Del. 

Wells, Thos. B., D.D , r. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Wells, Wilberforce Belmont, N. Y. 

Wells, Wm. G , r. Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 
Wolton, X. Alanson, /• Poquetanuck, Ct. 



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Post- Office Address. 

Welwood, J. C Holyoke, Mass. 

Wenman, Chas. A ,ch. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Wescott, Frank N., r. ... Skaneateles, N. Y. 

West, Floyd E., a. m Brooklyn, N. Y. 

West, George W., r Copenhagen, N. Y. 

Westermann, Chas., r East-Haven, Ct. 

Weston, Daniel C, D.D. . . .New-York, N. Y. 

Weston, James A Hickory, K C. 

Westover, William, m Reynolds, 111. 

Wetherbee, Artemas, r Dyersville, la. 

Wetmore, W. R., r Lincolnton. N. C 

Wey, Frederick W., r Independence, la. 

Whaley, Percival H Summerville, S. C. 

Whaling, J. R Pine Bluff, Ark. 

Wharton, L. B., D.D.,p. col., 

Williamsburg, Va. 

Wheat, J. C, D.D . . Lynnwood, Va. 

Wheeler, Charles H Provide ce, R. I. 

Whipple, Benajah E., r Paris Hill, N. Y. 

Whipple, Clement J., r Luzerne, N.Y. 

WHIPPLE, HENRY B., D.D., Bishop 

of Minnesota Faribault. 

Whipple, Reuben B., r Ti*ddlwa, 111. 

Whittaker, Walter C„ m Auburn. Ala. 

Whitaker, Arthur, r Greenpoint, N. Y. 

WHITAKER, OZI WILLIAM. D.D., 

Bishop of Pennsylvania Philadelphia. 

Whitcome, E. L., r Brookfield, Ct. 

White, Brooke G., m Jacksonville, Fla. 

White, Edwin A Lafavett<\ Ind. 

White, F. W., r Walla Walla, Wash. 

White, G. H Pinellas, Fia. 

White, Homer, r Northfield, Vt. 

White, J. Crockar, D.D., r... Pittsburgh, Pa. 

White, John H., r St. Paul, Minn. 

White, Robb Savannah, Ga. 

White, Thomas, o Bnth, N. Y. 

White, Win., D.D., m. enter Butler, Pa. 

White, Wm. Augustus, r W. Phila., Pa. 

WHITEHEAD, CORTLANDT, D.D., 

Bishop of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Whiting, Nathan F., D.D., t., 

C. Vincent, N. Y. 

Whitley, H . C. , r Springfield, 111. 

Whitlock, H. R Rockville, Ct. 

Whitmarsh. William T., r. ...Norfolk, Neb. 

Whitney, George A., m Amboy, 111. 

Whitney, Hobert B., r West-Haven, Ct. 

Whittemore, Charles T., ?'., 

Dorchester, Boston, Mass. 

Whittemore, H. B., r Portage, Wis. 

Whitten, A. T Edgar, Neb. 

Whitten, Wm. V., m Falls City, Neb. 

Whittingham, Richard Md. 

WHITTLE, FRANCIS McN., D.D., 

LL.D., Bishop of Virginia Richmond. 

Whittlesey, Elisha, sec Hartford, Ct. 

Wickens, Edwin, m Dallas, Tex. 

Wicks, J, B., r Milford. Mass. 

Wicks, Walter J., m Springfield, S. Dak. 

Widdemer, Ephraim S., r. .Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wiggins, S. M., m New-Orleans, La, 

V/ightman. John R Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Wilcox, H. H Benicia, Cal. 

Wildes, Geo. D., D.D., LL.D., r., 

Rivera ale, N. Y. 

Wildman, J. E., r Wallingford, Ct. 

Wilkie, William J Reading, Pa 



Post- Office Address. 

Wilkins, G. M., r Newtown, Ct. 

Wilkins, J. J., r Sedalia, Mo. 

Wilkinson, James E., Ph.D., r., 

Grand Haven, Mich. 

Wilkinson, John, r Galesburg, 111. 

Wilkinson, William, r.. .Minneapolis, Minn. 

Williams, Arthur L Meeker, Col. 

WILLIAMS, CHANNING M., D.D., 

late Miss. Bishop of Yedo\ . Tokio, Japan. 

Williams, Charles D., r Steubenville, O. 

Williams, Charles S., r Palatka, F^a. 

Williams, Chauncey C, r Augusta, Ga. 

Williams, E. J. P. B., r Louisiana, Mo. 

Williams, G. Mott, r Detroit, Mich. 

Williams, George W., r Sharon, Pa. 

Williams, Gilbert F., r.... Washington, D. C. 

Williams, J. Pallam, r Philadelphia, Pa. 

Williams, James B., r Applet on, Wis. 

Williams, James H., r Lynchburg, Va. 

Williams, John, r Omaha, Neb. 

WILLIAMS, JOHN, D.D., LL.D., 

Bishop of Connecticut. . Middletown. 

Williams, John B., r Columbia, Mo. 

Williams, John B., m., 

Bassa, Liberia, W. Africa. 

Williams, John W New-York, N. Y. 

Williams, Louis L. . . .Elizabeth City, N. C. 
Williams, Pelham, S.T.D. . Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Williams, T. C, M.D., m.. New-York, N. Y. 

Williams, Thos. G San Francisco, Cal. 

Williams, Wm. B., a. m Richmond. Va. 

Williams, Wm. H * . Lyons, N. Y. 

Williams, Wm. Hall, m Wakefield, Mass. 

Williams, W. W., D.D., r... .Baltimore, Md. 

Williamson, John Hastings, Minn. 

Willian, Wm. M Lawrence, Mass. 

Willing, Matthias E New- York, N. Y. 

Willis, A. J., r King George C.-H., Va. 

Willson, Wm Cedar Keys, Fla. 

Wilmer, C. B Ocala, Fla. 

Wilmer, Geo. T., D.D., r., 

Waverly Mills, S. C. 
WILMER, RICH'D HOOKER, D.D., 

Bishop of Alabama — Mobile. 

Wilson, Cecil P Greenwood, Miss. 

Wilson, E. Stuart, S.T.D., p. sem., 

Faribault, Minn. 

Wilson, Geo. H Brockporr, N. Y. 

Wilson, Henry, D.D.,a.m.. New-York, N.Y. 

Wilson, Mardon D., r Vancouver, Wash. 

Wilson, Moses E., r Clermont, N. Y. 

Wilson, Oliver Palestine, Texas. 

Wilson, Robert, D.D., r. . . .Charleston, 8. C. 

Wilson, T. N Tacema, Wash. 

Wilson, Thomas V., m Boulder, Col. 

Wilson, William Lafayette. Ind. 

Wilson, W. Epiphanius.. .New-York, N. Y. 
Wilson, Wm. D., D.D., LL.D., dean, 

Syracuse, N.Y. 
Wilson, Wm. De Lancey, r. . .Syracuse, N. Y. 

Wilson, Wm. H .Louisville, Ky. 

Wilson, Wm. T., r Kingsb ridge, N. Y. 

Wilson, Wm. White, r Chicago, 111. 

Wilson, W. Warne, m Detroit, Mich. 

Winchester, James R., r Macon, Ga. 

Windley, Robert B., o Bunyan, N. C. 

Windsor, John M. .. .Sharon Springs, N. Y. 
Wingate, C. J., r Durham, N. C. 



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Post- Office Address. 

WINGFIELD, JOHN HENRY D., DD., 
LL.D., Missionary Bishop of Northern 
California Benieia. 

Wingfield, L., m... Blackstone, Va. 

Wiukley, Henry W., r Saco, Me. 

Winkley, J. Frank Woburn, Mass. 

Winn, D. Watson Brans wick, Ga. 

Winne, Fred. P., a. m Watertown, N. Y. 

Winslow, Jedediah., r. . . .Watertown, N. Y. 

Winslow, Wm. C, D.D ..Boston, Mass. 

Winsor, A. S. H., r Fairmont, Minn. 

Wiswall, Alvah New- York, N. Y. 

Witherspoon, Charles S Omaha, Neb. 

Withington, Wm Washington, D. C. 

Wittmeyer, A. V., r New- York, N. Y. 

Woart, John, ch. U.S. A 

Wolcott, Peter C, princ Davenport, la. 

Wolseley, Robert B Daytona, Fla. 

Woo, Hong Neok, m Kia Ding, China. 

Wood, Albert, o Rochester, N. Y. 

Wood, Alonzo L. , r Newark, N. J. 

Wood, Charles J., r Lock Haven, Pa. 

Wood, Davis M., r Massies Mills, Va. 

Wood, Ernest E., r In England. 

Wood, F. W., Ph.D Manhattan, Xan. 

Wood, Henry Lawrence, Mass. 

Wood, Hermon G Winthrop, Mass. 

Wood, Joseph, a. m Germantown, Pa. 

Wood, Robert, r Negaunee, Mich. 

Woodbridge, Wm. R., r..Port Henry, N. Y. 

Woodcock, Chas. E., r. Ansonia, Ct. 

Woodford, Sidney H., r., 

Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Woodle, Allan Sheldon, r Altoona, Pa. 

Woodman, Edmnnd R., m Osaka, Japan. 

Woodman, Russell, r Albany, N. Y. 

Woodruff, W. L Catskill, N. Y. 

Woodruff, M. S., r Ypsilanti, Mich. 

Woods, J. F., m Wheeling, W. Va. 

Woodson , C. E . Franklin, Va. 

Woodward, Charles Rochester, Minn. 

Woolford, Wm. G., r Warsaw, Ind. 

Woolsey, M. L., r New- York, N. Y. 

Wootten, E., r. . Bolivar, Tenn. 

Worthington, Edw. W., r ..Cleveland, O. 

WORTHINGTON, GEORGE, S.T.D., LL.D., 
Bishop of Nebraska Omaha. 

Worthinirton, William, m. ...Longmont, Col. 

Wotton,W. H St. Clair, Mich. 

Wren, Searle M., r Sharon Springs, N. Y. 

Wright, Arthur H.. r., 

Dorchester, Boston, Mass, 



Post- Office Address. 
Wright, Charles (Indian), m., 

White Earth Res., Minn. 

Wright, C T., m Mason, Tenn. 

Wright, Dan. G., D.D. .Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Wright, Edward P., D.D., canon, 

Milwaukee, Wis. 

Wright, George D Fen ton, Mich. 

Wright, John, r St. Paul, Minn. 

Wright, Joseph G., r Greenville, 111. 

Wright, Otis O., r Riverside, R. I. 

Wright, Robert E Wilson, N. C. 

Wright, Robert H., Jr., r.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wright, Wm., r Grinnell, la. 

Wright, W. B Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Wright, Wm. E., r Wilson, N. C. 

Wright, Wm. Edgar, r Elmira, N . Y. 

Wrigley, C. F. J., r Buffalo, N. Y. 

Wrixon, Arthur N., w.Hendersonville, N. C. 

Wroth, Edward W., r Darlington, Md. 

Wroth, Peregrine, r Baltimore, Md. 

Wu, Ching Chang, m Shanghai, China. 

Wyatt-Hannath, W. H ....Yankton, ?S. Dak. 
Wyatt, Thomas J., a. m .Reisterstown. Md. 
Wylie, William Patchogue, N. Y. 

Yang, Shian Heng, m Hankow, China. 

Yarnall, Geo. H., r Philadelphia, Pa, 

farnall, T. C, D.D., r..W. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Yarrington, Benjamin M., r. . Greenwich, Ct. 

Yeh, Tsang Fa, m Hankow, China. 

Yen, Yung Kiung, m Shanghai, China. 

Yerger, O. M West Point, Va. 

Yewens, H. L., r Franklin, Pa. 

Yocom, Thos. S., D.D., r. . .Richmond, N. Y 

Young, Christian M., r Springfield, O. 

Young, George H Walden, N. Y. 

Young, H. St. G., m New- York, N. Y. 

Young, James II., prine Plain City, Utah. 

Young, Joseph H., a. m ... .Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Young, R. Calder Castleton, S. I., N. Y. 

Young, S. W., r Portchester, N. Y. 

Young, Walter C, m San Francisco, Cal. 

Younghusband, L., LL.D Detroit, Mich. 

Yundt, Samuel J., r Galena, 111. 

Zahner, Louis, S.T.D. r Omaha, Neb. 

Zara, M„ m Philadelphia, Pa. 

Zellers. Geo. A Lebanon, Pa. 

Ziegenfuss, Henry L-.^Poughkeepsie, N Y 

Ziegler, Paul, r Detroit, Mich. 

Zorn, Joseph T Morristown, N. Y 

Zotom, Paul Caryl, m. . Anadarke, Ind. Ter. 



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DEPOSITIONS, 1888-'89. 



F. M. Bayne, Priest By Bishop of Arkansas. 

H. T. Brat, Priest " Missouri. 

J. S. Bush, Priest " New-York. 

J. F. Chandler, Deacon , " Minnesota. 

David P. Chockley, Deacon " Virginia. 

John H. Jenkins, Priest " Milwaukee. 

John N. Kilian, Priest " Nebraska. 

Richard L. Knox, Priest '* Nebraska. 

J. M. Leavitt, D.D., Priest " New- York. 

J. J. A. Morgan, Priest " Long Island. 

John K. Morrison, Deacon " Nebraska. 

B. T. Noakes, Priest " Delaware. 

G. F. Pratt, Priest " Massachusetts. 

W. C. Sherman, Priest " Minnesota. 

Ernest Voorhis, Priest " New-York. 

H. T. Widdemer, Priest " Pennsylvania. 

Sidney Wilbur, Priest. „ " W. New- York. 



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CLERGYMEN 7 DECEASED, 1888-89. 



No. 



Name. 



Abercrombie, Jame^, D.D .. 

Babbitt, Benjamin B 

Barnard, F, A. P., D.D.. .. 
Bennett, Lorenzo T., D.D.. . 

Betts, JobnH 

Britton, James B 

Brown, Richard T 

Brush, Abner P 

Burch, Louis H 

Campbell, William S 

Clarkson, Thomas B 

Clements, Samuel, D.D 

Coan, E. S 

Colburn, W. B., D.D 

Cooke, William H 

Corlett, Thomas 

Cowan. E. C 

Damming, Edward II 

Dennis, Thomas 

Diiler, Alonzo P 

Fiesse, G. W. E 

Finley, John F 

Flower, A. B... 

Gardiner, Frederick, D.D. .. 

Gilford, Benjamin R 

Girault, John F 

Goodrich, Charles 

Gray, Albert Z., D.D 

Gray, George Z., D.D 

Griffith, C. E. D 

Hinsdale, R. G., D.D 

Hobart, John H., D.D 

Hopkins, T. A 

Johnson, G. W 

Lacy, Henry O 

Laughlin, Edmund C 

Lombard, James K 

Louderback, A., D.D 

Lynn, Robert 

Macauley, George 

Morrell, H. H., D.D 

Morrison, T. N., D.D 

Nairn, William R 

Na?h,R. K.. 

Neweil, Richard N., D.D. . . . 

Parker, W. L ... 

Patterson, James 

Reed, Theodore 

Remington, E. F 

Rosenberg, John . 

Rowland, John 

Rnncie, James 

Saunders, W. T .. 

Schorr, H. G 

Scofield, Michael 

Simonson, William H 



Diocese. 



California 

South-Carolina. 

New York 

Connecticut 

Connecticut 



Died. 



New -York 

W. New-York 

C. New- York 

Southern Ohio 

South- Carolina 

Pennsylvania 

Long Island 

Connecticut 

New-York 

Ohio 

Mississippi. 

Southern Ohio 

W. New-York 

Pittsburgh 

Georgia , 

South-Carolina 

Michigan 

Connecticut 

Massachusetts 

Louisiana 

Louisiana 

Milwaukee 

Massachusetts 

Missouri 

Mississippi 

New- York 

Vermont 

Delaware . . 

North-Carolina 

Mississippi 

Connecticut 

Chicago 

Western Michigan. 

Alabama. 

West Virginia 

Chicago 

Newark 

Southern Ohio 

Tennessee 

C. New-York 

Nebraska 

Maryland 

Long-Island 

Oregon 

New- Jersey 

Missouri 



Sept. 

Dec. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Mch. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Mch. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Jan. 

July 

May 

May 

Mch. 

♦Jan. 

July 

Aug. 

Mch. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Aug. 

Mch. 

Jan. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Apr. 

Mch. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Mch. 

Oct. 

Mch. 

Oct, 

Nov. 

Apr. 

Oct. 

July 



Marvland 

W. New- York. 
Long-Island . . . 



17, 1889 
20, j888 
27, 1889 

2, 1889 

12, 1888 
5, 1889 

27, 1889 

8, 1889 
24, 1889 
14, 1889 

3, 1889 

9. 1888 

23, 1889 
30, 1889 
22, 1889 

30, 1889 
22, 1889 

1, 11 — 

4, 1889 
81, 1889 
14, 1889 

3, 1889 
14, 1889 
17, 1889 
14, 1889 
22, 1889 

27, 1889 
16, 1889 

4, 1889 
19, 1889 

9, 1889 

31, 1889 
22, 1889 

29. 1889 
S7, 1889 

24, 1889 

13, 1889 
12, 1889 

19, 1889 

20, 1889 

2, 1889 
31, 1889 

19, 1889 

7, 1889 

8, 1889 

30, 1888 

28, 1889 

20, 1889 
10, 1S89 



Age 



Jan. 
May 
Apr. 
May 
Dec. 
Jan. 



6, 1889 
12, 1889 
14, 1889 
26. 1889 



29 



18, 1889' 47 



208 GENERAL SUMMARY OF STATISTICS, 1888-89. 

CLERGYMEN DECEASED, 1888-89 -eon United. 



No, 



Name. 



Smith. George A 

Staunton, William, D.D 

Street, George C . 

Sykes, Charles L 

Thorpe, George , 

Totten, Richard 

Townsend, Thomas B 

VAIL. THOMAS HUBBARD, 

LL.D., Bishop of Kansas. 
Van Bokkeleu, L, DD., LL.D... 

Wall, Henry, D D. 

Wharton, Francis, D.D 

Williams, J. H 

Windsor, Lloyd, D. D 

Wingate, Charles 

Woicott, Luther . 

Za Soong Yen 



D.D. 



Diocese. 



Virginia 

New- York. . . 
Chicago ... . 
New- Jersey. 

Michigan 

Arkansas 

Chicago 



W. New- York..., 

Easton 

Rhode-Island 

New York 

W. New- York 
Massachusetts .. 
C. Pennsylvania. 
China 



Died. 



June 
Sept. 
Feb. 
Oct. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
June 

Oct. 

Nov. 
Aug. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
June 
Aug. 
June 
Feb. 



28, 1889 

29, 1889 
3, 1889 

21, 1889 
9, 1889 
9, 1889 
3, 1889 

6, 1889 
1, 1889 

19, 1889 
21, 1889 
25, 1! 
80, 1889 

30, 1889 

20, 18S9 
7 1889 



Age 



87 
87 
74 
54 
46 
47 
58 

77 
74 
72 
69 
59 
76 
74 
65 



GENEHAL SUMMARY OF STATISTICS, 1888-89. 

Dioceses 51 

Missionary Jurisdictions 16 

Clergy (Bishops, 72 ; Priests and Deacons. 3,986) 4,058 

Parishes 3,089 

Missions 2,029 

Candidates for Orders 388 

Ordinations : Deacons 124 

Ordinations : Priests 120 

Baptisms 59,992 

Confirmations 38,958 

Communicants ... .» 470,076 

Marriages 16,655 

Burials 29,790 

Sunday-School Teachers 40,089 

Sunday-School Scholars . 375,349 

Grand Total of Coniributions $11,483,597.48 



TO THE POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES IN FIVE DECADES. 





Population. 


Communicants. 


Ratio. 


1830 

1840 

1850 : 

1860 

1870.... 

1880 


12,867,000 
17,069,500 
23.347,884 
31,412,960 
38,555,983 
50,152,866 


30,939 
55 427 
79,987 
146,600 
220,000 
344,789 


1-416 
1-308 
1-292 
1-214 
1-175 
1-151 



Massachusetts and New-Jersey, with less than 3,000,000 population, have more com- 
municants than the Church had in the 12,866,000 of the United States in 1830. 

In 1850 the population of the United States was 23,847.884, and there were only 79,987 
communicants. To-day the State of New- York, with only 5,000,0C0 population, has 
8"3,000 communicants. 



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212 THE GENERAL CONVENTION COMMITTEES. 



life. Iwte 



UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 



This Church consists now of fifty- one Dioceses and fifteen Missionary Districts, 
under the care of Bishops, using the same Liturgy, and yielding obedience to the 
Constitution and the Canons enacted in General Convention. 

THE GENERAL CONVENTION. 

The American Church meets triennially in General Convention, which is composed 
of the House of Bishops and the House of Deputies. All Diocesan and Missionary 
Bishops are entitled to seats in the House of Bishops. The House of Deputies consists 
of four Clergymen and four Laymen from each Diocese. No alteration can be made in 
the Constitution, or in the Liturgy, or Offices of the Church, unless the same has been 
proposed in one General Convention, and made known to the Conventions of every 
Diocese, and adopted at the ensuing General Convention. 

Presiding Bishop.— -The Rt. Rev. John Williams, D D., LL.D., Middletown. Ct. 

Chairman of the Hovse of Bishops.— The Rt. Rev. H. A. Neelv, D.D., Portland, Me. 

Secretary of the House of Bishcys.— The Rev. William Tatlock, D.D., Stamford, Ct. 

Assistant Secretaries.— The Rev. George Francis Nelson. New-York ; the Rev. T. R. 
Harris, D.D., New- York. 

President of the House of Deputies.— 1 he Rev. Morgan Dix. D.D., D C.L., New- 
York. 

Secretary of the House of Deputies.— The Rev. Chas. L. Hutchins, D.D., Concord, 
Mass. 

Assistant Secretaries.— The Rev. H. Anstice, D.D., Rochester, N. Y.; the Rev. E. W. 
Worthington, Cleveland, O.; the Rev. C. M. Davis, St. Louis, Mo.; the Rev. W. C. 
Prom, Granville, N. Y. 

Treasurer.— Buchanan Winthrop, 45 Pine St., New- York. 

Begistrar — The Rev. J. Livingston Reese, D.D., Albany. N. Y. 

Custodian of the Standard Bible.— The Rev. Jesse A. Spencer, D.D., New-York. 

Custodian of the Standard Prayer-Book.— The Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D., Hartford, Ct. 

Historiographer of the Church.— The Bishop of Iowa. 

The next Triennial Convention will be held in the City of Baltimore, on the first 
Wednesday in October, 1892. 



COMMITTEES 

APPOINTED TO REPORT TO THE NEXT GENERAL CONVENTION, AND PER- 
MANENT COMMISSIONS. 

HOUSE OP BISHOPS. 

Commission on the Revision of the Course of Theological Study (appointed, 1856 ; re- 
appointed, 18(58; continued, 1871, 1874, 1877, 1880, 1883, 1886, 1889). 
The Presiding il o],s ; the Bishops of California, Western New-York, and Long- 
Island. 



THE GENERAL CONVENTION COMMITTEES. 213 

Commission on Moravian Orders (appointed, 1880; continued, 1883, 1889). 
The Presiding Bishop ; the Bishops of Central New-York, Pennsylvania, and Central 
Pennsylvania. 

Committee on the Formation of Missionary Jurisdictions into Dioceses (appointed, 1880 ; 
continued, 1889). 
The Bishops of Long-Island, Pennsylvania, Central Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, 
and South-Carolina. 

Committee to confer with the English Church as to a Board of Reference on Foreign 
Missions of the Anglican Communion (appointed, 1880 ; continued, 1883, 1889). 

The Presiding Bishop ; the Bishop in charge of American Churches in Europe, and 
the Bishop of Iowa. 

Committee on Notifying Bishops- Nominate of their Election (appointed, 1880 ; con- 
tinued, 1889). 
The Bishops of Long-Island, Central Pennsylvania, Massachusetts , North-Carolina, 
and Pittsburgh. 

Committee on Changes in the Lectionary (appointed, 1889). 
The Presiding Bishop ; the Bishops of Western New-York and Albany. 

Committee of Canons of the House of Bishops in 1889 authorized to sit during recess 
of Convention, 1889, and to consider : 1. Several Reports from the Joint Committee 
on the Relation of Rectors, Wardens, and Vestrymen. 2. Proposed Canons on Mar- 
riage and Divorce. 3. Proposed Canons of Ordination. 

The Bishops of Missouri, Central Pennsj'lvania, Chicago, Iowa, Quincy, New-York, 
and East-Carolina. 

Committee to Certify Changes in the Book of Common Prayer (appo inted, 1889). 
The Presiding Bishop and the Bishops of Albany and Iowa . 

Committee to act with Secretary with reference to the Publication of the Journal (ap- 
pointed, 1889). 

The Bishops of Quincy and New- York. 

Committee on a Canon for the Governance of Brotherhoods, Mission Priests, and Sister- 
hoods (appointed, 1889). 
The Bishops of Long-Island, Chicago, Newark, New- York, and Fond du Lac. 

Committee on a due supply of Candidates for Holy Orders (appointed. 1886 ; con 

tinued, 18S9). 

The Bishops of Long-Island, Massachusetts, and New-York . 
Committee on the Subject of a Prayer-Book in the German Language (appointed, 1889). 

The Bishops of Western New- York, Arkansas, Nebraska, Florida, and Southern 
Ohio. 

COMMITTEES OF HOUSE OP DEPUTIES. 

On Expenses. 

Mr. George C. Shattuck, M.D., Mr. Lemuel Coffiti, the Rev. W. D. Doty, D.D , the 
Rev. E. B. Spalding, D.D., the Rev. W. W. Williams, D.D., the Rev. G. C. Foley : 
Mr. H. P. Baldwin, Mr. H. M. Nelson, Mr. J. W. Gilbert, Mr. H. O. Moss, Mr. J. L. 
Stettiniui, Mr. S. L. Mather, Mr. Joseph Bryan, and the Secretary of the Convention. . 



214 THE GENERAL CONVENTION COMMITTEES. 

JOINT COMMITTEES AND COMMISSIONS. 

On Ecclesiastical delations. 

The Bishops of Western New-York, Long-Island. Central New-York, Noith-Carolina, 
Springfield, Iowa, Delaware, and Michigan ; the Rev. E. A. Hoffman, D.D., the Rev. 
C. ft. Hale, D.D., the Rev. W. H. Vibbert, D.D., the Rev. R. J. Nevin, D.D., the Rev. 
W. C. Langdon, D.D., the Rev J. S. B. Hodges, D.D., the Rev. W. D. Doty, D.D., and 
the Rev. H. Y. Satterlee, D.D. ; Mr. J. A. King, Mr. J. Jay, Mr. H. Fi^h, Mr. H. 
Chauncey, Mr. W. B. Cutting, Mr. C. Vanderbilt, Mr. E. T. Gerry, and Mr. P. F. Nash. 

On the Spiritual Care of Immigrants. 

The Bishops of Northern Texas, Northern New Jersey, and Nebraska ; the Rev. A. 
Beaity, D.D., the Rev. E. S. Thomas, D.D., the Rev. A. C. Stilson ; Mr. John R. Trip- 
lets Mr. A. H. Rice, and Mr. W. Bayard Cutting. (^The Bishop of Newark, Cor- 
responding Secretary of the Committee.) 

On Evangelistic Work. 

The Bishops of Central New-York. Kentucky, and Pittsburgh ; the Rev. J. Wilkin- 
son, the Rev. G. M. Christian, the Rev. A. C. A. Hall ; Mr. H. P. Baldwin, Mr. Geo. 
C. Thomas, and Mr. W. B. Cutting. 

Committee on the Spiritual Care of Sailors and others Navigating Inland Waters. 

The Bishops of Chicago, Newark, and Pitts-burgh ; the Rev. C. Fair, D D., the Rev. 
J. N. Stansbury, the Rev. R. F. Alsop, D.D.; Mr. John Wilkes, Mr. R. H. I. Gcdd&rd, 
and Mr. David B. Lyman. 

Committee on the Standard Prayer-Book. 

The Bishops of Albany. Iowa, and New- York; the Rev. W. R. niintiiigton, D.D., 
the Rev. J. S. Kedncy, D.D., the Rev. Samuel Hart, D.D.; Mr. J. Pierpont Morgan, 
Mr. Joseph Packard, Jr., and Mr. Samuel Eliot. 

Committee on the Provincial System. 

The Presiding Bishop ; the Bishops of Texas, Central New -York, Pennsylvania, and 
Kentucky ; the Rev. E. A. Hoffman. D.D., the Rev. Samuel Benedict, D.I)., the Rev. 
F. P. Davenport, D.D., the Rev. J. F. Garrison, D.D., the Rev. T. F. Gailor; Mr. H. 
Burgwin, Mr. S. Coining Judd, Mr. S. P. Nash, Mr. J. M. Woolworth, and Mr. Causten 
Broune. 

On Christian Unity. 

The Bishops of Connecticut, Alabama, Long-Island, Central Pennsylvania ; the Rev. 
Geo. Morgan Hills, D.D., the Rev. S. M. Bird, the Rev. K Nelson, D.D., the Rev. 
H. C, Duncan, the Rev. A. W. Little ; Mr. George C. Shattuck, M.D., Mr. William 
Cornwall, Mr. James M. Smith, Mr. H. P. Baldwin, and Mr. J. H. Stotsenburg. 

On the Hymnal. 

The Bishops of Albany and Massachusetts ; the Rev. Samuel Benedict, D.D., the 
Rev. H W. Nelson, Jr., the Rt:v. J. S. B. Hodges, D.D.; Mr. Henry Coppee, Mr. James 
S. Biddle, and Mr. W. K. Ackerman. 

To Attend the Next Provincial Synod of Canada. 

The Bishops of Milwaukee and Michigan ; the Rev. J. H. Elliott, D.D., the Rev. 
Joseph Carey, D.D.; Mr. R. H. I. Goddard and Mr. Edward McCready, Jr. 



PLACES AND DATES OF GENERAL CONVENTIONS. 



215 



On Churches in Foreign Lands. 

The Rev. E. A. Hoffman, D.D., the Rev. H. Y. Satterlee, D.D. ; Mr. John A. King 
and Mr. Stephen P. Nash. 

To Certify Changes in the Constitution and Canons. 

The Bishops of Iowa and East Carolina ; the Rev. F. P. Davenport and Mr. Causten 
Broune. 

Trustees of the General Relief Fund. 

The Bishop of Delaware and the Bishop of New-York; the Rev. Morgan Dix, D.D., 
the Rev. W. A. Snively, D.D. ; Mr. Stephen P. Nash, Mr. W. Alexander Smith, and 
Mr. Elihu Chauncey. 



PLACES IN WHICH THE GENERAL CONVENTIONS 
HAVE MET AND THE DATES. 



1785. 


Philadelphia, 


Pa. 


1786. 


t< 


(t 


*1786. 


Wilmington, 


Del. 


1789. 


Philadelphia, 


Pa. 


1792. 


New -York, N 


. Y. 


1795. 


Philadelphia, 


Pa. 


+1795. 


" 


(t 


1801. 


Trenton, N. J. 


1804. 


New- York, N 


. Y. 


1808. 


Baltimore, Md. 


1811. 


New-Haven, 


Dt. 


1814. 


Philadelphia, 


Pa. 


1817. 


New-York, N 


. Y. 


1820. 


Philadelphia, 


Pa. 


+1831. 


" 


" 


1823. 


it 


" 


1826. 


" 


u 


1829. 


4( 


" 


1832. 


New- York, N 


. Y. 


* 


Adjourned. 


t Special. 



1835. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1838. 

1841. New- York, N. Y. 
1844. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1847. New- York, N. Y. 
1850. Cincinnati, O. 
1853. New-York, N. Y. 
1856. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1859. Richmond, Va. 
1862. New- York, N. Y. 
1865. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1868. New- York, N. Y. 
1871. Baltimore, Md. 
1874. New-York, N. Y. 
1877. Boston, Mass. 
1880. New-York, N. Y. 
1883. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1886. Chicago, 111. 
1889. New- York, N. Y. 



216 GENERAL INSTITUTIONS OF 1HE CHURCH, 



GENERAL INSTITUTIONS 

OP THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CHURCH IN THE UNITED 
STATES OF AMERICA. 
Nos. L, III., and IV. are under the control of the General Convention. • 

I. The General Theological Seminary, New-York. 

Trustees. — Thirty-eight Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church who have sig- 
nified their acceptance of the office, the Dean, 25 Trustees elected by the House of 
Deputies of the General Convention, and 25 Trustees elected by certain Dioceses. 
Treasurer, Elihu .Chauncey, 22 East 22d St., New- York. Secretary, Rev. T. Stafford 
Drowne, D.D., Flatbush, N. Y. 

The Standing Committee, the Assistant Bishop of New York, the Dean of the 
Seminary, the Rev. Morgan Dix, D.D., Heman Dyer, D.D., W. S. Langford, D.D.; 
Messrs. John A. King, W. Bayard Cutting, Henry Drisler, LL.D., Elihu Chauncey, Cor- 
nelius Vanderbilt, Henry E. Pierrepont. 

Professors. — The Rev. Eugene Augustus Hoffman, D.D., Dean on the Samuel Ver- 
planck Hoffman Foundation; the Rev. Edward H. Jewett, D.D., " The Eugene A. 
Hoffman''' Professor of Pastoral Theology ; the Rev. G. H. S. Walpole, M.A., Professor 
of Systematic Divinity and Dogmatic Theology; the Rev. Randall C. Hall, D.D., 
"Clement C. Moore" Professorof the Hebrew and Greek Languages; the Rev. Andrew 
Oliver, D.D., Prof essor of Biblical Learning and the Interpretation of Scripture ; the 
Rev. William J. Seabury, D.D., " Charles and Elizabeth Ludlow " Professor of 
Ecclesiastical Polity and Law ; the Rev. Thomas Richey, D.D., "St. Mark's Church 
in the Bowerie" Professor of Ecclesiastical History; the Rev. Philander K. Cady, 
D.D., Alumni Professor of the Evidences of Revealed Religion; Rev. Francis T. 
Russell, M.A., Instructor in Elocution ; Professor Jewett, Librarian. 

Requirements for Admission. — Evidence of having been admitted as candidates for 
Holy Orders or satisfactory evidence of religious and moral character, of attachment 
to the Protestant Episcopal Church, of being communicants of the same, and of such 
qualifications as fit them for entrance on a course of preparation for the Holy Ministry. 

The subjects of the Entrance Examination can be ascertained by applying to the 
Dean. 

Number of Students, 90. Number of Alumni, 1,129, of which 323 are deceased. 
Whole number matriculated since 1822, 1,599. Prior to that date, about 20 admitted 
without matriculation Total, 1,599. Volumes in the Library, 19,114. 

Trustees meet on Tuesday, June 2'Tth, 1890, at two p.m. Commencement, Wednes- 
day, May 28th, 1890. 

The Seminary opens on the first Ember-Day in September, and closes on the 
Wednesday next succeeding Whit- Sunday. 

Associate Alumni of the General Theological Seminary .— President, the Rt. Rev. 
W. I. Kip, D.D., ex-officio. Corresponding Secretary, the Rev. Edward C. Houghton. 
Recording Secretary, the Rev. Clarence Buel. Treasurer, the Rev. W. H. Moore, 
D.D., Hempstead. Essayist, for the next Annual Meeting, Tuesday, May 27th, 1890, 
the Rev. Geo. B. Hopson, D.D. 

Annual Meeting, Tuesday, May 27th, 1890. 



GENERAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH. 217 

II. Hobart College, a general Institution of the Church. 

Connected with the Church University Board of Regents. Courses : Classical, Scien- 
tific, Literary and Special. For catalogues, information as to valuable scholarships, 
etc., apply to Rev. Pres. Potter or to Pi of. Durfee, Secretary of the Faculty of Hobart 
College, Geneva, N. Y. 

III. The Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, (incorporated 

1846.) 
" This Society shall be considered as comprehending all persons who are members 
of this Church."— Missionary Canon. 

Treasure?".— George Bliss, 22 Bible House. 

The Board of Missions.— All the Bishops of this Church, and the members for the 
time being of the House of Deputies of the General Convention of this Church, 
the Delegates from Missionary Districts, and the .Board of Managers. 

Board of Managers of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, who, when the 
Board of Missions is not in session, exercise all the corporate povyers of the Society ; 
comprising the Presiding Bishop as President, and fifteen other Bishops, fifteen Pres- 
byters and fifteen Laymen, elected at each Triennial Meeting of the General Conven- 
tion, viz. : The Rt. Rev. Drs. J. Williams, H. B. Whipple, D. S. Tuttle, A. N. Little- 
john, W. C. Doane, O. W. Whitaker, W. W. Niles, T. B. Lyman, T. U. Dudley, J. 
Scarborough, W. E. McLaren, G. W. Peterkin, T. A. Starkey, H. C. Potter, N. S. 
Rulison, W. Paret ; the Rev. Drs. H. Dyer, E. A. Hoffman, W. N. McVickar, J. L. 
Reese, J. H. Eccleston, G. W. Smith, H. Y. Satterlee, J. S. Shipman, C. E. Swope, 
C. H. Hall, W. R. Huntington, O. Applegate, J. W. Brown, W. F. Nichols, A. H. 
Greer ; Messrs. L. Coffin, Hon. B. Stark, C. Vanderbilt, W. G. Low, Hon. H. P. Baldwin, 
Hon. J. A. King, J. T. Davies, J. H. Shoenberger, A. Mills, W. B. Cutting, B. 
McE. Whitlock, E. Chauncey, Gen. W. Swayne, James M. Brown, J. Nicholas 
Brown, Gen. S. E. Marvin. All the other Bishops as members ex-officio, and ex-officio 
the Secretary and the Treasurer. Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., President ; Rt. Rev. 
William C. Doane, D.D., Vice-President; Rev. William S. Langford, D.D., General 
Secretary ; Rev. Joshua Kimber, Associate Secretary ; Mr. George Bliss, Treasurer, 
22 Bible House, N. Y. ; Mr. E. Walter Roberts, Asst. Treasurer. 

Official Organ.— The Spirit of Missions, published at 22 and 23 Bible House, N. Y. 
Price, $1 per annum. 

Woman's Auxiliary to the Board of Missions.— Organized, in aid of all departments 
of the Board. Secretary, Miss Julia C. Emery, 21 Bible House, New- York. 

IV. Trustees of the Fund for the Relief of the Widows and 

Orphans of Deceased Clergymen, and of Aged, Infirm, 
and Disabled Clergymen. 

The Presiding Bishop, the Bishop of New- York ; the Rev. Morgan Dix, D.D., Mr. 
William A. Smith, Mr. Elihu Chauncey and Mr. S. P. Nash. Mr. Wm. Alex. Smith, 
Treasurer, 70 Broadway, New- York. Mr. Elihu Chauncey, Secretary and Financial 
Agent, 22 East 22d St. 



218 GENERAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH. 

V. The American Church Missionary Society, (incorporated i86i.) 

President, Hon. John W. Andrews, LL.D. Honorary Vice-Presidents, Rt. Revs. G. 
T. Bedell, D.D., F. McN. Whittle, D.D., O. W. Whitaker, D.D., Thomas A. Jaggar, 
D.D., Geo. W. Peterkin, D.D., J. A. Paddock, D.D., A. M. Randolph, D.D. Vice- 
Presidents, Revs. D. R. Goodwin, D.D , LL.D., E. T. Perkins, D.D., T. F. Fales. 
William Woodward, Esq., Henry B. Renwick, Esq. Treasurer, Henry A. Oakley, Esq. 
Secretary, Rev. R. C. Booth. Executive Committee, Revs. Phillips Brooks, D.D., Wm. 
N. McVickar, D.D., I. Newton Stanger, D.D., J. A. Aspinwall, W. H. Neilson, D.D., 
R. A. Edwards, Wilbur F. Watkins, D.D., Reese F. Alsop, D.D., J. P. Hubbard, D.D., 
Henry L. Jones, Hon. F. R. Brunot, John Noble Stearns, Esq., Wm. H. Thomas, Jr., 
Esq., Lewis B. Henry, Esq., F. C. Cantine, Esq., H. M. Oddie, Esq., W. B. 
Whitney, Wm. Waterall, Esq., Alexander Brown, Esq. Corresponding Secretary, 
Rev. H. Dyer, D.D., No.30 Bible House, New- York. General Secretary, Rev. Wm. A. 
Newbold, No. 30 Bible House, New-York. 

Membership.— Annual Member, $3 ; Life-Member, $100; Patron, $500. 

The object of this Society is "to extend and build up the Kingdom of our Lord 
Jesus Christ, in accordance with the principles and doctrines of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church, as set forth in her Articles, Liturgy, and Homilies," by sending forth 
Evangelical Missionaries. 

Its work is a National one, and appeals to American Christians everywhere. 

Statistics. — In the domestic field, 47 missionaries have been commissioned in 22 dio- 
ceses and missionary jurisdictions, in Cuba, 4, and in Brazil, 2. 

VI. The Church Society for Promoting Christianity amongst 

the JeWS. (Incorporated 1878.) 

President, Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D. Vice-Presidents, Rt. Rev. G. T. 
Bedell, D.D., Rt. Rev. A. N. Littlejohn, D.D., LL.D., Rt. Rev. O. W. Whitaker, D.D., 
Rt. Rev. T. U. Dudley, D.D., Rt. Rev. Alexander Burgess, D.D. Board of Managers, 
Rev. Thos. Gallaudet, D.D., Rev. Wm. A. Matson, D.D., Rev. J. S. Shipman, D.D., 
D.C.L., Rev. Joshua Kimber, Rev. T. Stafford Drowne, D.D. ; Messrs. Henry Rogers, 
William G. Davies, Wm. H. Male, Julien T. Davies. 

Secretary, Rev. C. Ellis Stevens, LL.D., D.C.L. Office, 37 Bible House, New- York. 
Treasurer, William G. Davies, 37 Bible House, New- York. 

The Society is engaged in work in 41 dioceses and 13 missionary jurisdictions. 

VII The Protestant Episcopal Society for the Promotion of 
Evangelical Knowledge, (incorporated 1848.) 

President, John H. Earle. Vice-Presidents, Rt. Revs. G. T. Bedell, D.D., F. M. 
Whittle, D.D., O. W. Whitaker, D.D., M. A. De W. Howe, D.D., T. U. Dudley, D.D., 
T. A. Jaggar, D.D., Geo. W. Peterkin, D.D., W. Stevens Perry, D.D., LL.D., A. M. 
Randolph, D.D., H. C. Potter, E. S. Thomas. Rev. H. Dyer, D.D., Editor and Corre- 
sponding Secretary, No. 2 Bible House, New- York. Executive Committee, Revs. W. 
W. Williams, D.D., L. W. Bancroft, D.D., J. H. Eccleston, D.D., W. S. Langford, 
D.D., R. P. Alsop, D.D., W. N. McVickar, D.D., Messrs. George D. Morgan, James 
M. Brown, J. Noble Stearns, R. Fulton Cutting, A. L. Taylor, A. W. Hard, Thomas 
Whittaker. Treasurer, Geo. D. Morgan, No. 3 Bible House, New- York. Publishing 
Agent, Thomas Whittaker, A.M., 2 and 3 Bible House, New- York. 



GENERAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH. 219 

VIII. The Evangelical Education Society of the Protestant Epis- 
copal Church. (Organized 1862.) Office, 1224 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. 

Board of Managers : President, Hon. Felix R. Brunot ; Active Vice-President, Rt. Rev. 
O. W. Whitaker, D.D.; Secretary, Rev. Robert C. Matlack, D.D. ; Treamrer,W. C. 
Houston ; Revs. Jas. S. Stone. D.D., I. Newton Stanger, D.D., W. N. McVickar, 
D.D., J. E. Grammer, D.D., Benjamin Watson, D.D., J. H. Eccleston, D.D., W. F. 
Paddock, D.D., R. C. Booth, J. Blake Falkner, D.D., W. F. Watkins, D.D., Thomas 
Duncan, D.D., G. Lewis Piatt, Henry Brown, C. E. Murray, R. A. Edwards, J. P. 
Hubbard; Prof. John Ashhurst, Jr., M.D. ; Messrs. W.P. Cresson, James M. Brown, 
B. G. Godfrey, A. H. Miller, Alfred Lee, W. M. Coates and H. C. Thompson. 

Annual membership, $5; life-membership, $100; scholarship per year, $150 and 
upward. An annual collection of $300 from any church will support a special scholar- 
ship. A donation or bequest of $5000 will endow a special scholarship. Donation or 
bequest of $2500 will create a general scholarship. Scholarships may be named by 
the churches or individuals who support them. Endowments will also be received for 
the distributing of books among students and clergymen. 

IX. The New- York Bible and Common Prayer Book Society. 

(Incorporated 1841.) 
President, Rt. Rev. Henry C. Potter, D.D., LL.D. Secretary, Edwin S. Gorham. 
Treasurer and Agent, James Pott, 14 Astor place, ISTew-York. 

X. Society for the Increase of the Ministry, (incorporated i859.) 

President, Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D. Vice-President, Rt. Rev. B. H. Paddock, 
D.D. Recording Secretary, Rev. T. R. Pynchon, D.D. Co?*responding Secretary, Rev. 
Elisha Whittlesey. Treasurer, James Bolter, 37 Spring street, Hartford, Ct. Managers, 
Rt. Rev. F. D. Huntington, D.D., Rev. H. W. Spalding, D.D., Rev. W. A. Snively, 
S.T.D., Rev. S. F. Jarvis, Rev. E. H. Jewett, D.D., Rev. Francis Lobdell, D.D., 
Rev. George J. Magill, Rev. J. H. Watson, Rev. S. O. Seymour, Rev. Edmund 
Rowland, D.D., Rev. A. T. Randall, Rev. F. W. Tomkins, Rev. C. B. Brewster, Hon. 
Elisha Johnson, J. S. Blatchford, Esq. 

XL Free and Open Church Association. (Organized 1875.) 

President, Mr. J. Vaughan Merrick. General Secretary, Rev. John A. Stringfellow, 
517 Locust St., Philadelphia, Pa. Treasurer, Mr. Charles W. Cushman, 224 Walnut 
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Offlce, 517 Locust street, Philadelphia, Pa. 

XII. Clergymen's Mutual Insurance League, (incorporated 1869.) 

President, Rev, S. M. Haskins, D.D. Treasurer, Rev. W. N. Dunnell, S.T.D., Station 
B, New- York, N. Y. Secretary, Rev. J. W. Bnckmaster. Any Clergyman of the Protes- 
tant Episcopal Church, " not over 55 years of age, in good health, and not lo his knowl- 
edge seized of any disease likely to prove fatal," may become a member. All appli- 
cations for membership must be made to the Treasurer. The League has paid $376,040 
to its beneficiaries. Laymen may become co-operative members. 



220 GENERAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHUECH. 

XIII. The League in Aid of the Mexican Branch of the Church. 

(Organized 1876.) 
President, Mrs. Wm. H. Lee, 519 Fifth Avenue, New-York. Corresponding Secre- 
tary ',Mrs. E. C. Boyd, 112 East 39th street. Recording Secretary, Miss A. F. Perrin, 
244 Lenox Avenue. Treasurer, Miss M. A. Stewart Brown, 14 East 11th street. 

XIV. The Clergymen's Retiring Fund Society, (incorporated i8T4.) 

The Clergymen's Retiring Fund Society " affords annuities to members who have 
reached the age of sixty years, and who have paid regularly their dues for five years 
of membership, the amount of annuity being proportioned to the number of years 
they have been members. Dues from clerical and lay members, $12 yearly. Present 
fund, over $45,000. President, The Rt. Rev. Bishop Scarborough. Financial Secre- 
tary pro tern., Rev. T. L. Ilolcombe, 346 W. 55th street, New-York. Treasurer, the 
Rev. Joseph H. Smith, Hamburgh, N. J. The nearest P. O. Order, Money office is 
Deckertown, N. J." 

Committee on Trust Funds.— Hex. E. A. Hoffman, D.D., Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt, 
Mr. Woodbury G. Langdon— all of New-York. 

XV. Church Congress in the United States. (Organized 1874.) 

President, 1888-89, Rt. Rev. Ozi W. Whitakcr, D.D. Yice-Pt^esidents, the Bishops, 
fourteen clergymen and thirty laymen from the several dioceses. Permanent 
General and Executive Committees of Clergy and Laity. General Secretary, Rev. G. 
D. Wildes, D.D., LL.D. Assistant Secretaries, Revs. J. W. Kramer, M.D., T. S. 
Pycott, C. B. Smith, D.D., Arthur Lawrence. Treasurer, Thomas Whittaker, A. M. 

Office— No. 2 Bible House, New-York. 

XVI. The Church German Society, (incorporated 1879.) 

Objects. — To awaken the attention of the Church to its German work, to establish 
and organize German missions, and to increase the number and efficiency of the Ger- 
man clergy. Publishers of the only Church paper in German, Per Kirchenbote. 

President, Rev. J. R. Davenport, D.D. Vice-President, Rev. M. L. Woolsey. Gen- 
eral Secretary, Rev. Johannes Rockstroh, Newark, N. J. Recording Secretary, Rev. A. 
Ulmann, Yonkers. Treasurer, A. C. Zabriskie, 38 John street, New- York. 
0.— Corner Kinney and Charlton streets, Newark, N. J. 



XVII. Church Temperance Society. (Organized i88i.) 

President, Rt. Rev. John Williams, D.D., LL.D. (Presiding Bishop). " Vice-Presi- 
dents, Fifty Bishops of the Church. Chairman, Rev. W. R. Huntington, D.D. Vice- 
Chairman, Rev. Edward Osborne (Boston). Treasurer, Irving Grinnell, Esq. (New- 
York). 

Metropolitan Temperance Board, President, General Wager Swayne. 

Knights of Temperance, President of Council, Rev. H. Y. Satterlee, D.D. 

Temperance (monthly paper), Editor, Rev. L. M. Dorman. 

General Secretary, Robert Graham. 

Offices.— Annex Hall, 14 and 16 Fourth avenue, New- York. 



GENERAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH. 221 

XVIII. Society Of St. Johnland. (Incorporated 1870.) 

President, Henry A. Oakley. Vice-President, "Rev. E. W. Donald, D.D. Treasurer, 
Edward Schell, 644 Broadway, New-York. Secretary, John A. McKim, 18 Wall street, 
New-York. 

St. Johnland is a Church community on the north shore of Long Island, 45 miles 
from New- York City, founded by the Rev. Win. A. Muhlenberg, D.D. It has homes 
for old men and children of both sexes. Orphan girls admitted free. Population, 250. 

Superintendent, Pastor and Assistant Treasurer, Rev. George S. Gassner, St. John, 
land, Long-Island, N. Y. The New- York City Office of the Superintendent is at 
Calvary Chapel, 220 East 23d street, every Thursday, 10 to 12 a.m. 

XIX. The Guild of the Misericordia.. (A. D. 1889.) 

Objects.— Domestic Medical Missions and the extending of mercy to the sorrowing 
and the suffering for Christ's sake. 
Membership.— Any communicant of the Church. 

Fees and Dues.— There are none ; supported by voluntary contributions. 
For full particulars, address W. Thornton Parker, M. D., Provost, Newport, R. I. 

XX. The Mid-Westsrn Deaf-Mute Mission. 

Embracing the Dioceses of Pittsburgh, Ohio, Southern Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, 
Western Michigan, Chicago, Quincy, Springfield, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, 
Minnesota, Milwaukee and Fond du Lac— an area of 615,000 square miles, with a 
scattered deaf-mute population of 9,000. General Missionary, Rev. A. W. Mann, 123 
Arlington street, Cleveland, O. Assistant, Rev. J. H. Cloud, Jacksonville, 111. 

XXI. The Parochial Missions Society for the TT. S. 

.' President, Rt. Rev. Henry C. Potter, D.D. Chairman Executive Committee, Rev.fH. 
Y. Satterlee, D.D. 

Those desiring to be enrolled as members of the Society should send their names to 
the Rev. T. R. Harris, D.D., Secretary, 1446 Washington av., New- York. Treasurer, 
Samuel A. Blatchford, No. 16 Exchange place, New-York. All communications should 
be addressed to the Secretary. Rev. G. A. Carstensen, General Missioner, 140 Lincoln 
place, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

XXII. Guild of St. Luke, Evangelist and Physician. 

John H. Packard, M.D., Philadelphia, Provost; T. Ridgway Barker, M.D., Phila- 
delphia, Secretary ; Charles H. Burnett, M D., Philadelphia, Treasurer ; Rev. C. N. 
Field, Philadelphia, Mission Secretary ; R. P. Robins, M. D., Registrar. 

XXIIL Brotherhood of St. Andrew. 

Object.— The spread of Christ's Kingdom among young men. 

Rules.— Daily prayer for God's blessing and a weekly effort to bring at least one 
young man within hearing of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, as set forth in the services 
of the Church and in young men's Bible classes. 

Methods. — Bible classes, visiting, hospitality, club rooms, lay reading, mission ser- 
vices, personal character. 



222 GENERAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE CHURCH. 

Organization.— Parochial chapters in 315 parishes, with membership of 5,000. Local 
organizations in Chicago, Nebraska, Cleveland, New-York, New-England, and Phila- 
delphia. 

Council Office', 59 Dearborn street, Chicago. Branch Office, 47 Lafayette place, 
New- York. Mr. J. S. Houghteling, President ; G. W. Hogg, Secretary and Treasurer. 
Official organ, St. Andrew^s Cross, published monthly at the branch office, 50 cents 
per year. 

XXIV. Brotherhood of Lay Readers. (Organized isss.) 

Objects.— To assist the clergy of the Church by doing duty as lay readers ; to en- 
courage loyalty to the Church and reverence for sacred things. 

Membership. — Licensed lay readers of the Church. 

The Council.— The Rt. Rev. Thomas Marsh Clark, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Rhode- 
Island ; The Rt. Rev. George F. Seymour, S.T.D ., LL.D., Bishop of Springfield ; The 
Rt. Rev. John F. Spalding, D.D., Bishop of Colorado ; The Rt. Rev. Thomas U. Dud- 
ley, D.D., Bishop of Kentucky ;The Rt. Rev. Alexander Gregg, D.D., Bishop of Texas ; 
Richard H. Thornton, Portland, Oregon ; W. Thornton Parker, M.D., Newport, R. I.; 
William Cornwall, Louisville, Ky. ; Charles H. Putnam, Chicago, 111. ; Charles B. 
Chapman, Norwich, Conn. ; F. M. W. Schneeweis, New Brunswick, N. J. ; Charles H. 
Sweatt, Riverside, Cal. ; W. Thornton Parker, M.D., Newport, R. I., Secretary General. 

XXV. Girls' Friendly Society for America. 

Central Council.— Miss E. M. Edson, Lowell, Mass., President; Mrs. John H. Clark? 
Yonkers, N. Y., Vice-President/ Mrs. Alfred Evan Johnson, Lowell, Maes., Secretary 
and Treasurer ; Rev. A. E. Johnson, Lowell, Mass., 



XXVI The American Church Sunday-School Institute. 

President, the Bishop of New-York. Vice-President, a clergyman or layman from 
each Diocese appointed by its Bishop. Patrons, the Bishops. 

Executive Board.— My. G. S. Thomas, Chairman. Treasurer, Rev. H. L. Duhring. 
Secretary, Rev. F. J. C. Moran, Columbia, Pa. 

XXVII. American Church Building Fund Commission. 

Established Oct. 25th, 1880, by the General Convention, Consists of all Bishops, 
one Clergyman and one Layman of each Diocese and Missionary Jurisdiction, and 
twenty members appointed by the Presiding Bishop. It aims to raise a fund of 
$1,000,000, by annual offerings from all congregations, as recommended by the General 
Convention, and individual gifts, portions of the principal to be loaned, and of the 
interest to be given, for church-building, wherever needed. President, Rt. Rev. John 
Williams, D.D., LL.D. Vice-Presidents, Bishops Whipple, Doane, Gillespie, White- 
head, and Knickerbacker. Secretary, William G. Low. Treasurer, George Bliss. 
Board of Trustees, the Rt. Revs. Thomas Alfred Starkey, D.D. (Chairman), John Scar- 
borough, D.D. ; Revs. Drs. Morgan Dix, William S. Langford, Isaac L. Nicholson, 
Walton W. Battershall, Anthony Schuyler, Wm. M. Jefferis, Reese F. Alsop, J. H. 
Elliott; Hon. L. Bradford Prince ; Messrs. William G. Low, Lemuel Coffin, George C. 
Shattuck, M.D., Cornelius Yanderbilt, Hon. Benjamin Stout, Buchanan Winthrop. 
Corresponding Secretary, Rev. Charles H. Malcom, D.D. Special Secretary, Hon. L. 
B. Prince. 



COLLEGES AND SEMINARIES 



223 



<&oXl£Q£$ atud gftjexrtjjfltat JieraitmKies. 



No. 


Name. 


Place. 


President or Head. 


1 


Columbia - 


New-York, N. Y 

Hartford, Ct 


Hon. Seth Low. 


? 


Trinity 


Rev. Dr. G.Williamson Smith. 


3 




Geneva, N. Y. . . 


Rev. Dr. E. N. Potter. 


4 




Racine, Wis 


Rev. Arthur Piper. 
Bishop Perry. 


5 


Griswold 


Davenport, la 


6 


Kenyon 


Gam bier, O 


Rev. Dr. Bodine. 


7 


St. Stephen's 


Annandale, N. Y 

Sewanee, Tenn 


Rev. Dr. Fairbairn. 


8 


Univ. of the South 


j Bishop Gregg, Chancellor. 
) Rev. Dr. Hodgson, V.-Chan. 
R. A. Lamberton, LL.D. 


9 


Lehigh University 


S. Bethlehem, Pa 

New-York, N.Y 

Cambridge, Mass 

West-Philadelphia, Pa.. 

Theol. Sem.,Va 

Middletown, Ct 

Sewanee, Tenn 

Nashotah, Wis 


1 


Gen. Theol. Sem 


Rev. Dr. Hoffman. 


2 
3 


Epis. Theol. School 

Divinity School 


Rev. Dr. Wm. Lawrence. 
Rev. Dr. Bartlett. 


4 
5 
6 

7 


Theol. Seminary of Va 

Berkeley Div. School 

Theol. Dep't U. of South... 
Nashotah House 


Rev. Dr. Packard. 
Bishop Williams. 
Rev. Dr. Hodgson. 
Rev. Dr. Carter. 


8 


BexleyHall 

Western Theol. Sem 

Lee Hall 

St. Andrew's Div. School.. 

Seabury Div. School 

DeLancey Div. School 

Denver Theol. School 


Gambler, O 


Bishop W. A. Leonard. 


9 


Chicago, 111 


Bishop McLaren. 
Bishop Perry. 


10 


Davenport, la 


11 
12 
13 
14 


Syracuse, N. Y 

Faribault, Minn 

Geneva, NY 

Denver, Col 


Bishop Huntington. 
Bishop Whipple. 
Rev. Dr. Rankine. 
Bishop Spalding. 









%\tt (&Xmxt1x WLnxxf&xsxXty ^o^lxjSL of % egetits* 

CONSTITUTED BY JOINT RESOLUTIONS OF THE GENERAL CONVEN- 
TION, ADOPTED UNANIMOUSLY OCTOBER 15, 1889. 

Whereas, This Church, by the action of the General Convention, can give en- 
couragement to her schools, colleges, academic and theological institutions, inviting 
their co-operation, securing help in their behalf, and advancing the educational inter- 
ests of the Church ; 

Resolved, the House of Bishops concurring, That a body to be known as The Church 
University Board of Regents be constituted. 

The Board shall have two chief functions : 

First, To promote education under the auspices of the Church ; and, 

Second, To receive and distribute all benefactions that may be entrusted to it. 

It shall report to the next General Convention a detailed scheme of organization and 
operation. 

REGENTS. 

Rt. Rev. Bishops Whipple, Quintard, and Doane ; Rev. Drs. Dix, Greer, G. William- 
son Smith, E. N. Potter ; Dr. Samuel Eliott and Dr. Wm. P. Johnston. 

Chairman.— Bishop Doane. 

Secretaries —Rev. Drs. E. N. Potter, Alexander Mackay-Smith, and Wm. M. Hughes. 

The Rev. Dr. E. N. Potter is the. Advocate appointed "to aid in awakening and 
securing the interest and the assistance of the Church.'" . ""' ' 

Communications and contributions may be addressed to the Rev. Alexander 
Mackay-Smith, 29 Lafayette pi ice, New York. 

Regents' Rooms.— In the Diocesan House, 29 Lafayette place, New York. 



224 



SUCCESSION OF BISHOPS. 



THE SUCCESSION 

OP 

iisjjojjs in ilje ^ttglitatt fjjptjf 

IN 

BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 



No. 


Name op Bishop. 


See. 


Date 

of 
Con- 
secra- 
tion. 


Date 
of 
De- 
cease. 


1 


Charles Inglis 


Nova Scotia 


1787 
1793 
1816 
1825 
1826 
1836 
1839 
1839 
1844 
1845 
1849 
1850 
1851 
1857 
1859 
1862 
1863 
1865 
1867 
1867 
1869 
1871 
1873 
1873 
1874 
1874 
1875 
1878 
1879 
1879 
1879 
1879 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1884 
1885 
1887 
1888 


1816 


9 


Jacob Mountain 


Quebec 


1825 


3 


"Robert Stanser j 

John In°Tis 


Nova Scotia 


1824 


4 


Nova Scotia 

Quebec 


1850 


5 


Charles James Stewart 


1837 


6 


*George Jehoshaphat Mountain. . 

John Strachan 

t Aubrey G. Spencer 


Quebec 


1863 


7 


Toronto '. 


1867 


8 


Newfoundland . . . 


1855 


q 


Edward Feild 


Newfoundland 


1876 


10 


John Medley 


Fredericton, Metropolitan 

Rupert's Land 




11 


^David Anderson 


1885 


19 


SFrancis Fulford 


Montreal 


1868 


18 


Hibbert Binney 


Nova Scotia 


1887 


14 


Benjamin Cronyn 


Huron 


1871 


15 


George Hills 


Columbia 




16 


John Travers Lewis 


Ontario 




17 


James William Williams 


Quebec 




18 


HRobert Machray 


Rupert's Land, Metropolitan 

Toronto 




19 


^Alexander Neil Bethune 

** James Butler Kelly 


1878 


W 


Newfoundland 

Montreal, Metropolitan 




^1 


ft Ashton Oxenden 




ft 


JiJ: Isaac Hellmuth 


Huron 




93 


F. D. Fauquier 


Algoma 


1882 


94 


John Horden 


Moosonee 




95 


John McLean 


Saskatchewan 


1886 


26 
37 


§§ William Carpenter Bompas 

Thomas Brock Fuller 


Athabasca (Mackenzie River, 1884) 
Niagara 


i885 


98 


Llewellyn Jones 


Newfoundland 




99 


William Bennett Bond 


Montreal 




80 


Arthur Sweatman 

William Ridley 

Acton Windeyer Sillitoe 

|| IIHollingworth Tully Kingdon. .. 
Edward Sullivan . 


Toronto 




31 
32 
33 
34 


Caledonia 

New-Westminster 

Fredericton 

Algoma 


*.::: 


35 


Maurice Scollard Baldwin 

Richard Young 


Huron 




36 


Athabasca 




37 
38 


A. J. R. Anson 

Charles Hamilton 


Qu'Appelle 

N iagara 




39 
40 


W. C. Pinkham 

Frederick Courtney 


Saskatchewan and Calgary 

Nova Scotia 





* Consecrated as Coadjutor to Bishop Stewart, with title Bishop of Montreal, t Trans- 
lated to Jamaica, 1843. X Resigned, 1864. § Appointed Metropolitan, 1860. | Appoint- 
ed Metropolitan of the Province of Rupert's Land, Northwest Territories, under Primacy 
of Archbishop of Canterbury, 1873. 1" Consecrated as Coadjutor to Bishop Strachan, 
with title Bisnop of Niagara. ** Consecrated as Coadjutor to Bishop Feild. Resigned, 
1877. ft Resigned, 1878. $4 Resigned, 1883. §§ Diocese of Athabasca was divided in 
1884, Bishop Bompas taking the Diocese of Mackenzie River. 1 1 Consecrated as Co- 
adjutor to Bishop Medley.gg 



CLERGY OF BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 



225 



Abbreviations : r. rector ; c. curate ; miss, missionary. 



Ecclesiastical $tobincc of atanaoa. 

Diocese of Montreal. 

(PROVINCE OP QUEBEC.) 

The Right Rev. William Bennett Bond, LL.D., Lord Bishop, Montreal. 

The Very Rev. James Carmichael, M.A., D.C.L., Dean of Montreal, Montreal. 

The Ven. R. Lonsdell, M.A., Archdeacon of St. Andrew's, Kingsey. 

The Ven. D. Lindsay, M.A., Archdeacon of Bedford, Waterloo. 

The Ven. Lewis Evans, M.A., Archdeacon of Montreal. 



Abbott, C. P., Boscobel. 

Acton, Robert, Montreal. 

Allan, J., St. Vincent de Paul. 

Allen, A. A., Portage du Fort. 

Allen, F. A., Philipsburg. 

Anderson, Canon, Montreal. 

Bancroft, Charles, r., Sutton. 

Baylis, J. G., r. of St. Mark's, Longueuil. 

Beattie, W. J. M., Franklin. 

Bernard, W. C, Adamsville. 

Borthwick, J. D., Montreal. 

Bourne, N. A. F., r. of St. Andrew's. 

Boyd, C, N. Wakefield. 

Brown, W. R-, Mansonville. 

Capel, E. T., Montreal. 

Carmichael, Dean, r. of St. George's, Mon- 
treal. 

Carmichael, J., Berthier en-Haut. 

Cattermole, J., Mascouche. 

Chambers, W. P., r.\ Knowlton. 

Charters, F.. Iron Hill. 

Clayton, F. H., New Glasgow. 

Constantine, I., Stanbridge East. 

Cunningham, T. E., r., Aylmer. 

Dart, W. J., r., St. Lambert, Montreal. 

Davidson, Canon, r., Frelighsburg. 

Davies, W., Rawdon. 

Dixon, James H., r. of St. Jude's, Montreal. 

Duthie, W. N., North Shefford. 

Edgecumbe, J.,r. of St. Mary's, Hochelaga. 

Ellegoocl, Canon, r. of St. James', Montreal. 

Empson, J., Canon, Secretary of Synod, 
Montreal. 

Evans, Archdeacon, r. of St. Stephen's, 
Montreal. 

Evans, H. J., Montreal. 

Everett, T. , Montreal. 

Forsey, G., r., Cowansville. 

French, A., Montreal. 



Fulton, Canon, Maritana. 

Garland, J. W., South-Stukely. 

Given, A. B., Quio. 

Gomery, H., Huntingdon. 

Harris?, W., GrenvilJe. 

Henderson, Canon, prin. of Theol. College, 
Montreal. 

Irwin, R. D., Lakefield. 

Johnson, G., r., Dunham. 

Ker, J., r. of Grace Church, Montreal. 

Lariviere, D., Montreal. 

Lariviere, V., St. Hyacinthe. 

Lewis, B. P., Christieville. St. John's, Que. 

Lindsay, David, Archdeacon, r., Waterloo. 

Lindsay, Robt., Rural Dean, r., St.Thomas', 
Montreal. 

Lockhart, A. D., Ormstown. 

Longhurst, W. B., Rural Dean, r. of Granby. 

Lonsdell, Archdeacon, Kingsey. 

Macfarlane, R. L., Brome. 

Massey, S., Montreal. 

McManus, E., r., Chambly. 

Meek, H. A., Glen Sutton. 

Merrick, J. (retired), Winnipeg, Man. 

Mills, S. A., Bristol. 

Mills, W. L., r. of Trinity Church, Montreal. 

Montgomery, H. (retired), Philipsburg. 

Moore, S., Montreal. 

Mussen, Canon, r. of West-Farnhnm. 

Naylor, W. H., Rural Dean, Shawville. 

Newnham, J. A., r. of St. Matthias', Mon- 
treal. 

Norton, J. G., D.D., r., Cathedral, Mon- 
treal. 

Nye, H. W., Rural Dean, r., Bedford. 

Pearse, Louis B., Ayhvin. 

Plaisted, H., River Desert. 

Pyke, James, Hudson. 

Raven, W., Eardley. 



226 



CLERGY OF BRITISH NORTH -AMERICA. 



Renaud, J. F., r. of St. James' Church, St. 

Johna 
Roberts, L. G. A., Como. 
Roberts, L. P., Thome. 
Robinson, F., Canon, Abbotsford. 
Robinson, W., r., W. Shefford. 
Rogers. G., r., St. Luke's, Montreal. 
Rollit, John, Canon, Montreal. 
Roy, Jean, Sabrevois. 
Sanders, W, Rural Dean, Lachute. 
Saphir, E. J., Papineauville. 
Scully, J. J. 
Senior, J., Alleyne. 
Smith, F. R., r., Hull. 
Smith, George A., Montreal. 



Sutton, E. G., Edwardstown. 

Taylor, R. F., Mille Isles. 

Trotman, C, Montreal. 

Troop, G. Osborne, r., St. Martin's, Mon 

treal. 
Tucker, L. N., Montreal. 
Weaver, W., m., Kildare. 
Windsor, W., Sorel. 
Wmterbourne, H. J., r., Lachine. 
Wood, E., r. of St. John's, Montreal. 
Wood, H. L., Hemmingford. 
Wright, W., Montreal. 
Yates, N. P., Montreal 
Young, T. A., Coteau du Lac. 



Diocese of Nova Scotia. 

The Rt. Rev. Freoerick Courtney, S.T.D., D.D., Lord Bishop, Halifax. 

The Very Rev. Edwin Gilpin, D.D., Dean, Halifax. 

The Ven. J. A. Kaulbach, M.A., Archdeacon, Truro. 

The Ven. S. Weston Jones, Archdeacon of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown. 

The Ven. David Smith, B.D., Archdeacon of Cape Breton. 

CANONS. 

Rev. Thomas Maynaed, D.D. 
Rev. G. Townshend, A.M. 
Rev. Isaac Brock, D.D. 
Rev. Francis Partridge, D.D. 

Diocesan Secretary. — Rev. Francis Partridge, D.D. 
* k Treasurer.— The Very Rev., The Dean. 

" Registrar.— C. B. Bullock, Esq. 

RURAL DEANS. 
Rev. W. H. Snyder, B.A., Deanery Lunenburg. 



Rev. D. C. Moore, 
Rev. H. Hamilton, B.A., 
Rev. W. J. Ancient, 
Rev. P. J. Filleul, B.A., 
Rev. W. Ellis, 

Rev. 

Rev. R. D. Bambrick, 
Rev. F. Partridge, D.D., 



Amherst. 
St. George. 
Avon. 
Annapolis. 
Tangier. 
Shelburne. 
Sydney. 
Halifax City. 



Allison, D. P , c, Weymouth. 
Almon, F. H., B.A., r., Trinity, Halifax. 
Almon, H. L., B.D., r., Yarmouth. 
Ambrose, J., M.A., r , Digby. 
Ancient. W. J., r., Rawdon. 
Ansell, E., B.A., r., Arichat. 
Archbold, F., A.M., Halifax. 
Arnold, W. J., m., Torbay. 
Avery, R. (retired), Kentville. 
Axford, F. J. H., r., Cornwallis. 



Ball, E. H., r., Tangier. 

Bambrick, R. D., M.A., r., Sydney Mines. 

Bent, A. M., r., Pugwash. 

Bowman, C, D.D., Herring Cove. 

Brine, R. F., B.A.. c, Antigonishe. 

Brock, I., D.D., Kentville. 

Brown, P. H., B.A., r., St. Margaret's Bay. 

Bullren, R. H.. D.D., Halifax. 

Butler, G. H., M.A., r., Chester. 

Crawford-Frost, W. A., r., New Glasgow. 



CLERGY OF BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 



227 



Daniel, A. W., r., Crapaud, P. E. I. 

Davies, S.. m., Baddeck, C. B. 

De Blois, H., M.A., m., Annapolis. 

Dodwell, G. B., M.A., r., Wilmot. 

Downing, J L., r* River John. 

Draper, T. F., M.A., r., Louisburg. 

Easton, C. J., B.A., Bayfield. 

Eclwardes, J. S., B.A., Chaplain to Forces, 
Halifax. 

Ellis, W., r., Sackville. 

Filleul, P. J., B.A.. r., Weymouth. 

Fitzgerald, D., D.D. (retired), Charlotte- 
town. 

Forbes, J. M., c., Alberton, P. E. I. 

Forsythe, J. (retired), Bridgewater, Card- 
inal, Ont. 

Fulierton, C. H., Falmouth. 

Gelling, W. E., r., Bridgewater. 

Gibbons, S., r., Parrsboro'. 

Greatorex, F. P., r., Granville. 

Gwillim, T. R., m., New Germany. 

Hamilton, H., B.A., r., Manchester. 

Harley, A. W., B.A., c, Liverpool. 

Harley, H. A., M.A., r., Picton. 

Harper, Henry, r., Port Hill, P. E. I. 

Harris, E. A., B A., c, Mahone Bay. 

Harris, G. D., r., Upper La Have. 

Harris, V. E., M.A., vicar, Amherst. 

Hanison, J., r., Tusket. 

Haslam, G., B.A., r., Lunenburg. 

Heath, R. A., r., Ship Harbor. 

Hill, L. W., B A. (retired), Antigonishe. 

Hind, K. C, M.A., r ., Newport. 

How, H., B.A., vicar, Shelburne. 

Hunt, T. H., c , St. Peter's, Charlottetown, 
P. E. I. 

Johnson, R., m , Liscombe. 

Johnston, T. W., r., Lockport. 

Jones, S. Weston, r., St. Paul's, Charlotts- 
town, P. E. I. 

Kaulbach, LA., M.A., vicar, Truro. 

King, W. B., M.A., r., St. Luke's, Halifax. 

Lancaster, H. G., c, St. Stephen's, Halifax. 

Lemoine, N., r., St. Mark s, Halifax. 

Lloyd, F. E. I., r., Georgetown, P. E. I. 

Lloyd, Thomas, c, Port Mulgrave. 

Lockward, J., r., Port Medway. 



Lockyer, W. J., r., Cow Bay, C. B. 

Lowe, C. F., r., Summerside, P. E. I. 

Martell, G. R , r., Maitland. 

Maynard, T., D.D. (retired), Windsor. 

McCully, C. W., B.A., m., Halifax. 

Mellor, T. C, Dartmouth. 

Mel lor, C. P., La Have. 

Mockridge, C. IL, D.D , r., Windsor. 

Moore, D. C, r., Albion Mines. 

Morris, W. S. H., r., Clementsport. 

Neish, D., Halifax. 

Nichols, E. E. B., D.D., r., Liverpool. 

Parkinson, J. R. S., r., Londonderry. 

Parry, E. D. P., c , Bridgewater. 

Partridge, F., D.D., r., St. George's, Hali- 
fax. 

Pittman, H. W., o., Amherst. 

Polehampton, John, c, Truro. 

Poole, T., r., St. Matthias', Halifax. 

Reagh, T. B., Kensington, P. E. I. 

Richardson, K., Harrietefield. 

Richey, J. A., r., Seaforth. 

Ritchie, J. J.. M.A., r., Annapolis. 

Roy, E., r., Blandford. 

Ruggles, J. O., M.A., Halifax. 

Sampson, W. H., r., Milton, P. E. I. 

Simpson, James, M.A., r., St. Peter's, 
Charlottetown. 

Slipper, A., Eastern Passage. 

Smith, D., B.D., vicar, Sydney, C. B. 

Smith, J. S., B.A. (retired), Dartmouth, 

Smith, R., m., Beaver Harbor. 

Snyder, W. H., B.A., r.. Mahone Bay. 

Spencer, J., r., Petite Riviere. 

S tamer, H., r., Hubbard's Cove. 

Sterns, H*, B.A. (retired), Yarmouth. 

Townshend, G., M.A., r.. Amherst. 

Uniacke, J. B., M A. (retired \ Halifax. 

Vroom, F. W., MA., Windsor. 

Wade, J. M. C, B.A, m., Aylesford. 

Warner, J. E., Sackville. 

Watkins, Albert, Parrsboro 1 . 

White, T. H., D.D., r., Shelbtirne. 

Wilkins, L. M., B.A , r., Bridgetown. 

Willets, C. E., D.C.L., Windsor. 

Wilson, W. C, r., Springhill. 

Woollard, E. T., r., New-Ross. 



PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND. 

Archdeacon, S. Weston Jones. 



Daniel, A., r., Crapaud. 

Fitzgerald, D., D.D. (retired), Charlotte- 
town. 

Forbes, J. M., r., Alberton. 

Harpei- H., r., Port Hill. 

Hunt, T. H., B.A., St. Peter's, Charlotte- 
town. 



Jones, S. W., r., St. Paul's, Charlottetown. 
Lloyd, F., Georgetown and Cherry Valley. 
Lowe, F. E., r., Summerside. 
Reagh, T. B., r., New London. 
Sampson, W. II., Milton. 
Simpson, J., M.A., r., St. Peter's, Char- 
lottetown. 



228 



CLERGY OF BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 



Diocese of Quebec. 

The Rt. Rev. James William Williams, D.D., Lord Bishap, Quebec. 



Adams, T., D.C.L., Principal of Bishop's 
College, Lennoxville. 

Adcock, J., miss., Fitch Bay. 

Allnatt, F. J. B., D.D., Prof. Pastoral 
Theol Bishop's Coll. 

Balfour, A. (retired), Coaticooke. 

Balfour, A. J., M.A., r., Melbourne. 

Ball, I. L, Magdalen Islands. 

Ball, T. L., miss., Brompton. 

Bareham, A., r., Trinity, Quebec. 

Blaylock, T., B.A., miss., Danville. 

Boyle, F., M.A., miss., East-Frampton ; 
PO, Hemison. 

Burrage, H. G., M.A. (retired), Hatley. 

Cole, R. H M c, St. Matthew's, Quebec. 

Colston, R. W.,M.A., miss., Ascot. 

Eames, J., B.A., Barnston. 

Faulconer, W. D., r., Pookshire. 

Forsythe, T. W., r., Stanstead. 

Foster, J., M.A.. r., Coaticooke, Canon of 
Cathedral. 

Fothergill, R., c, Sherbrooke. 

Fuller, Y. H. S., Bury. 

Fyles, T. W., M.A., Chaplain to Immi- 
grants, Levis. 

Harding, G. T., B.A., miss., Sandy Beach. 

Hepburn, J., B.A., r., Richmond. 

Hewton, R., B.A., miss., Ireland ; PO, 
Maple Grove. 

Jenkins, J. H., M.A., r., Three Rivers. 

Kemp, J., B.D. (retired). 

Ker, M., D.D. (retired), PO, Niagara, Ont. 

Lyster,W.G., B.A., miss., Rural Bean, Cape 
Cove. 

Norman, R. W., D.D., Dean of the Cathe- 
dral, Quebec. 

Norwood, Joseph, miss., Shigawake. 

Parker, G. H., r., Compton. 



Parkin, E. C, miss., Nicolet ; PO, Three 
Rivers. 

Petry, H., asst., Cathedral, Quebec. 

Richardson, T., r., St. Paul's, Quebec, Can- 
on of Cathedral. 

Richmond, J. P., miss., Gaspe Basin. 

Riopel, S., M.D., M.A., miss., Valcartier. 

Robertson, Alex. H., r., Durham 

Roe, H., D.D., Archdeacon of Quebec, 
Exam. Chap., Prof. Div. Bishop's Col- 
lege, Lennoxville. 

Roe, P., miss., Inverness. 

Rothera, T., miss., Leeds. 

Rudd, C, miss., Randboro. 

Scarth, A. C, M.A., r., Lennoxville. 

Scott, F. G., M.A., r.,Drummondville. 

Sewell, E. W., M.A. (retired). 

Smith, F. A., miss., New-Liverpool. 

Stevens, A., B.A., r., Hatley. 

Stuart, H. C., M.A., miss., Bourg Louis. 

Sykes, J. S.,miss., Sydenham Place; PO, 
Kingsey. 

Tambs, R. C, M.A., miss., Magog and 
Georgeville. 

Thompson, I., Waterville. 

Thorncloe, Geo., M.A., i\, Sherbrooke, Can- 
on of Cathedral. 

Von Iffland, A. A., M.A., Sec. Diocesan 
Board, r. of St. Michael's, Quebec, Canon 
of Cathedral. 

Walters, G. R., miss., Malbaie; PO, Point 
St. Peter. 

Washer, C. B.. miss., Barford and Here- 
ford ; PO, Dixville. 

Williams, B., miss., Dudswell. 

Williams, Lennox W., B.A., r., St. Mat- 
thew's, Quebec. 

Wurtele, L. C, M.A.,miss., Actonvale. 



Diocese of Toronto. 

(PROVINCE OF ONTARIO.) 

The Rt. Rev. Arthur Sweatman, D.D., D.C.L., Lord Bishop, Toronto. 
The Ven. Samuel J. Boddy, M. A., Archdeacon of York. 
The Ven. John Wilson, M.A., Archdeacon of Peterboro'. 

CANONS. 

Rev. Henry Brent, M.A. Rev. J. P. Du Moulin, M.A. 

Rev. Henry Scadding, D.D. 



Rev. H. B. Osler. 



HONORARY CANONS. 

Rev. Francis Tremayne, M.A. 



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Henry Scadding, D.D. 



BISHOP'S CHAPLAINS. 

A. J. Broughall, M.A., Ex-Chap. 
RURAL DEANS. 



Rev. J. Langtrt, M.A., Toronto. 
Rev. H. B. Osler, West- York. 
Rev. John Carry, D.D., East- York. 
Rev. W. F. Swallow, Peel. 
Rev. L. H. Kirkby, West-Simcoe. 

Allen, T.W.,M. A., r., Rural Dean,Millb rook. 

Allen, W. C, B.A., c., Millbrook. 

Baker, J. S., r., Port Hope. 

Baldwin, A. H., M.A., i\, Toronto. 

Baldwin, H. G., M.A., r., Toronto. 

Baldwin, J. McQ., e., Toronto. 

Ball, Thomas, r., Rural Dean, Bondhead. 

Ballard, J. McLean, B. A., r., Toronto. 

Bates, W. W., B.A., r., Thornhill. 

Beck, J. W. R., M.A., r., Rural Dean, Peter- 
borough. 

Bell, C. R., Mus. Bac, m., Keswick. 

Bethune, C. J. S., D.C.L., Port Hope. 
" Bilkey, Robt. Anthony, c, Toronto. 

Blackler, J. W., c, Toronto. 

Boddy, S. J., M.A., r., Archdeacon of York, 
Toronto. 

Body, C. W. E.,D.D., Provost, Trin. Coll., 
Toronto. 

Boys, Algernon, M.A., Prof. Trinity Col- 
lege, Toronto. 

Bradshaw, W. C, r., Ashbnrnham. 

Brent, Henry, M.A., r., Canon, Newcastle. 

Brine, Chas. C. V., c, Toronto. 

Broughall, A. J., M.A., r., Toronto. 

Broughall, G. H., B.A., Trin. Coll, Sch., 
Port Hope. 

Bryan, Bernard, r., Parkdale. 

Burges, H. F., m., Bethany. 

Burns. Wm., ra., Elmvaie. 

Burt, F., m., Scarborough. 

Carroll, W. E.. B.A., m., Alliston. 

Carry, John, D.D., Rural Dean, r., Port 
Perry. 

Carswell, A., Cannington. 

Caswall, R. C, M.A., Toronto. 

Cayley, J. D., M. A., r., Toronto. 

Chafee, A. B., B.A., m., Coboconk. 

Clark, W., M.A., Prof. Trinity Coll., To- 
ronto. 

Clarke, W. H., B.A., r., Toronto. 

Clementi, Vincent, B.A., Peterborough (re- 
tired). 

Cooper, H. D., B.A., m., Stayner. 

Cooper, J. E., m , Hastings. 

Cooper, W. E., M.A., Port Hope. 

Cope, Jas., c. Toronto. 

Creighton, John, B.D., r., Cartwright. 

Creighton. W. J., B.A., Cartwright. 

Croft, O. T. B., in.. Streetsville. 

Daniel, Edwin, r., Port Hope. 

Darling, Chas., B.A., c, Toronto. 

Davidson, John, M.A., r., Colborne. 



Rev. J. W. R Beck,M. A., Northumberland. 
Rev. A. Steavart, M.A., East-Simcoe. 
Rev. T. W. Allen, M.A., Durham. 
Rev. Philip Harding^ Haliburton. 
Rev. T. Ball, South-Simcoe. 

Davidson, John Cheyne, B.A., Peter- 
borough. 

Davies, H. W., D.D., Toronto. 

Des Barres, T. C, M.A., r., Toronto. 

Du Moulin, J. P., M.A., Canon, Toronto. 

Du Vernet, F. H., c, Toronto. 

Ellerby, T. S., Toronto. 

Farncomb, F. E., m., Haliburton. 

Farncomb, John, M.A., r., Newmarket. 

Farncomb, Wm., B.A., m., Bobcaygton. 

Fidler, A. J., B.A..r., Whitby. 

Fletcher, John, M.A., r., Unionville. 

Fletcher, Joseph, B.A., r. (on leave). 

French, W. H., r., Omemee. 

French, W. H. A., m., Cookstown. 

Gammack, Rev. J., D.D., c, York. 

Gibson. John, m., Norwood. 

Gillespie, John, c, Toronto. 

Godden, J. K., M.A., m., Beeton. 

Grant, William, M.A., Toronto. 

Greene, R. W. E., B.A., r., Orillia. 

Greer, A. J., B.A., m., Bradford. 

Griffin, A. K.. c, Toronto. 

Groves, F. J. S., Toronto (retired). 

Hamilton, H. J., B.A., Toronto. 

Hanna, J. A., m., Midland. 

Harding, Philip, Rural Dean, m., ApsJey. 

Harper, Edw. Jas., B. A., c, Grafton. 

Harris, J. H., m., Brooklin. 

Harris, R. H., B.A., r., Weston. 

Harrison, Richard, M.A., r., Toronto. 

Hart, Anthony, m., Dovercourt. 

Hindes, R. W., B.A., m., Credit. 

Hodgkin, T. J., M.D. (retired). Deer Park. 

Howard, J. S., B.A., r., Toronto. 

Ingles, C. L., B.A., r, Parkdale. 

Johnson, C. C, r., Brampton. 

Johnstone, H. H.. c, Toronto. 

Jones, John, m., Price's Corners. 

Jones, Septimus, M.A., r., Toronto. 

Jones, Wm., D.C.L., Prof. Trinity College, 
Toronto. 

Jupp, William, Thornhill. 

Kemp, C. C, B.A., c, Toronto. 

Kenrick, C. B., M.A.. c. Peterborough. 

Kingston, Geo. M., m., Penetanguishene. 

Kirkby, L. H., Rural Dean, r., Collingwood. 

Lampman, A., B.A., Toronto (retired). 

Langtry, John, M.A., Rural Dean, r., To- 
ronto. 

Ledingham, George, m.. Gore's Landing. 

Lewis, J. G., Bishop's Secretary and C, 

Lewis, J. P., r., Toronto. [Toronto. 



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Lindsay, John, m., Craighurst. 

Lloyd, Geo. E., chaplain, Penetanguishene 

Reformatory. 
Logan, William, MA., r., Fenelon Falls. 
Lynch, F. J., m., Sunderland. 
Macklem, T. C. S., B.A., r., Toronto. 
Macnab, A., D.D., r., Bowmanville. 
Marsh, 0. H., r., Lindsay. 
McCollum, J. H., A.M., r., Toronto. 
Middleton, I., B.A.,r., Oshawa. 
Miles, A. C., r., West Toronto. 
Moore, R. J., B.A., c, Toronto. 
Morley, G. B., m., Tnllamore. 
Murphy, E. W., B.A., r., Painswick. 
Mussen, E. H., B.A., r., Aurora. 
Nattress, Geo., c, Toronto. 
Nesbitt, George, M.A., r., Georgina. 
Nichol, R. T., B.A., Trin. Coll. Sch., Port 
Oliver, E. A., B.A., m., Bolton. [Hope. 
O'Meara, T. R., c, Toronto. 
Osborne, A., B.D., r., Markham. 
Osier, H. B., Canon, r., York Mills. 
Owen, C. C, c, Toronto. 
Owen, C. H. P., m., Creemore. 
Owen, H. B„ F.R.L.S. 
Paterson, T. W., M.A., r., Deer Park. 
Pearson, John, M.A., r., Toronto. 
Plummrr. F. G., c, Toronto. 
Reiner, W., r., Barrie. 
Rooney, Robert A., m., Perrytown. 
Roper, J. C, M.A., Prof. Trinity College, 

Toronto. 
Roy, James, LL.D. (on leave). 
Ruttan, C, r., Norway. 
Sanson, Alexander, r., Toronto. 



Scott, Geo., m., Minden. 
Sills, Chas. Edw., B.A., m., Ivy. 
Scadding, H., D.D., Canon, Toronto (re- 
Sheraton, J. P., B.A., Toronto. [tired). 
Shortt, Chas. H., B.A., c, Woodbridge. 
Shutt, C. H., m., Coldwater. 
Sibbald, E. W., r., Lloydtown. 
Smith, Lenox J., c. Toronto. 
Softley, Henry, c, Toronto. 
Soward, Edward, m., Kinmount. 
Spragge, Albert W., B.A., r., Cobourg. 
Squire, F. W., Toronto. 
Stewart, A., M.A., Rural Dean, Orillia. 
Swallow, J. C, m., Duntroon. 
Swallow, W. F., Rural Dean, m., Caledon. 
Sweeny, J. F., D.D., r., Toronto. 
Symonds, H., Trinity College, Toronto. 
Taylor, G. I., M.A., r., Toronto. 
Thomson, C. E., M.A., r., Carlton. 
Tocque, Philip, Toronto (retired). [Mills. 
Tremayne, F., M.A., Canon, r., Lambton 
Tremayne, H. O., c, Etobicoke. 
Vicars, John, A.B. (retired). 
Walker, T., B.A., m., Campbellford. 
Walsh, W., m., Bolton. 
Warren G., r., Lakefield. 
Watt, A. C, m., Mono Mills. 
Webb, Geo. H , m., West Mono. 
Westney, W. S., B.D., r., Uxbridge. 
Whatham, A. E., m., Cheddar. 
White, Frans Jos., m., Shanty Bay. 
Williams, Alexander, M.A., r., Toronto. 
Wilson, J., M.A., r., Archdeacon of Peter- 
borough, Gralton. 
Wrong, G. M., Toronto. 



Diocese of Fredericton- 

(COMPRISING THE PROVINCE OF NEW-BRUNSWICK.) 

Area, 27,000 square miles. Population, about 300,000. Church population in 1881, 
46,768. Present number of communicants, about 8,000. 

The Most Rev. John Medley, D.D., Lord Bishop, and Metropolitan of Canada. Con- 
secrated, 1845. Elected Metropolitan, 1879. Residence, Fredericton. 



The Rt. Rev. Hollingworth Tully Kingdon. D.D., Bishop Coadjutor, 
crate I, 1881. Residence, Fredericton. 



Conse- 



Dean of Caitedral, The Bishop. 

CANONS (all Honorary) 



Sub-Dean, Rev. F. Alexander. 



Rev. W. Q. Ketchum, D.D., St. Andrews. 
Rev. W. H. De Veber, M.A., St. John. 

Alexander, F., Sub-Dean, Fredericton. 
Armstrong, G. M. (retired). 
Armstrong, W. B., miss., Grand Falls. 
Bliss, D. M., r., Westmoreland. 
Brigstocke, Canon, r. of Trinity, St. John. 



Rev. F. H. J. Brigstocke, M.A., St. John. 
Rev. T. Neales, Woodstock. 

Brown, C, D., Dalhousie. 
Brown, R. W., 

Campbell, J. R., Rural Dean, Dorchester. 
Campbell, W. W., Trinity Church, St. 
Stephen. 



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Covert, W. S., miss., Grand Manan. 
Cowie, J. R , miss., Waterford. 
Cresswell, A. J., r.. Springfield. 
Crisp, J. O., r., St. Jude, Carleton. 
Davenport, John M., M. A., Mission Chapel, 

St. John. 
De Veber, Canon, r. of St. Paul's, St. John. 
Dibblee, H. S., Maugerville. 
Dobbs, O. G., r., St. George, Carleton. 
Eatough, W., c., Sussex. 
Flew T elling, J. E., miss., Wicklow. 
Forsyth, D., Canon, r., Chatham, Rural 

Dean. 
Gollmer, J. A., c., St. Mark, St. John. 
Greer, W., r., Westfield. 
Hackenley, H., r., Gagetown. 
Hanford, S. J., miss., Upham. 
Hanington, C. P., miss., Johnston. 
Hansen, Niel M., miss., New-Denmark. 
Hansen, N., miss., Douglas Harbor. 
Hartin, T. (retired miss.). 
Hatheway, Charles H., miss., Grand Lake. 
Hooper, E. B., r., Weldford. 
Hopkins, J. R., pa., Birch Ridge. 
Hoyt, Leo A., r., Andover. 
Hudgell, R. W., r., Derby. 
Jaffrey, W., r., St. Mary's. 
James, C. J., St. James 1 , St. John. 
Ketchum, Canon, D.D., r., St. Andrew's. 
Mackenzie, C. E., r., Shediac. 
Mathers, R., chaplain, St. John. 
Maynard, G. F., r., Hampton. 
McKiel, LeB.,miss., Douglas. 
Millidge, J. W., miss., St. David. 
Montgomery, H., r., Kingsclear, Rural D'n. 
Morris, H. B., Bairdsville. 
Murray, A. B., c, Woodstock. 
Neales, James (retired). 
Neales, Scovil, Queensbury. 
Neales, Thomas, Canon, r., Woodstock, 

Rural Dean. 



Newnham, O. S., r., Christ Church, St. 
Stephen. 

Parlee, H. T., miss., Stanley. 

Parnther, D. B. (retired). 

Pember, F., M A., Campobello. 

Peters, G D., Bathurst. 

Pickett, D. W.,miss., Greenwich. 

Raymond, W. O., St. Mary, St. John. 

Reid, A. J., c, St. Paul's, Portland. 

Roberts, G. G., r., Fredericton. 

Schofield, G., miss., Simonds. 

Sherman, F. F., r., St. Martin's. 

Simonds, R. St. John. 

Smith, R. E., r., St*. George, Rural Dean. 

Somerville, E., c, Petitcodiac. 

Soyres, John de, St. Mark, St. John. 

Spike, H. M., r., Lancaster. 

Stevens, L. G., r. of St. Luke's, Portland. 

Street, W. H„ r., Petersville. 

Sweet, J. H. S., r., Newcastle. 

Talbot, J. H., r., Moncton. 

Teed, A. W., Richmond. 

Titcombe, J. C, Fairville. 

Vroom, F. W., r., Shediac. 

Wainwright, H. S., r., Kingston. 

Warneford, Chas., Canterbury. 

Warneford, E. A., r., Norton. 

Weeks, A. H., Westfield. 

Wetmore, D. I., Clifton. 

Wiagins, Cecil, r., Sackville. 

Wilkinson, W. J., Baie des Vents. 

Willis, Cuthbert, r., Petitcodiac. 

Synod and Church Society meet Tuesday 
before first Thursday in July in Frederic- 
ton. 



Secretary of Synod. — Rev. O. S. Newnham. 
Secretary of Diocesan Church Society. — 

Rev. Canon Ketchum, D.D. 
Treasurer —C H. Fairweather. 



Diocese of Ontario. 

(PROVINCE OF ONTARIO.) 

The Rt. Rev. John Tr avers Lewis, D.D., LL.D., Lord Bishop, Ottawa. 

The Very Rev. James Lyster, LL.D., Dean, Ruthin, North Wales. 

The Ven. J. S. Lauder, D.C.L., Archdeacon of Ottawa, Ottawa. 

The Ven. T. Bedford-Jones, LL.D., D.C.L., Archdeacon of Kingston, Napanee. 



CANONS. 



The Rev. John A. MvlocK. 
The Rev. C. B. Pettit, M.A. 



The Rev. I\ H. Tane. 

The Rev. George W. White, B.A. 



BISHOP'S CHAPLAINS, 

The Ven. Archdeacon Bedford-Jones, LL.D. 
The Rev. E. P. Crawford, M.A. 



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RURAL DEANS. 

Archdeaconry of Kingston. 

The 1 Rev. W. B. Caret, M.A., Rural Dean of Frontenac. 

The Rev. R. Lewis, M.A., Rural Dean of Grenville and Dundas. 

The Rev. Thos. Stanton, B.A., Rural Dean of Hastings and Prince Edward, 

The Rev. G. W. G. Grout, M.A., Rural Dean of Leeds. 

The Rev. E. H. M. Baker, Rural Dean of Lennox and Addington. 

The Rev. E. Loucks, Rural Dean, P&ince Edward. 

Archdeaconry of Ottawa. 

The Rev. J. J. Bogert, M.A., Rural Dean of Carleton. 
The Rev. A. C. Nesbitt, Kural Dean of Lanark. 
The Rev. Canon Pettit. M.A., Rural Dean of Stormont. 
The Rev. H. Pollard, Rural Dean, Prescott and Russell. 
The Rev. C. V. Forster Bliss, Rural Dean of Renfrew. 



CLERGY. 

Priests : 



Anderson, C. P., Beachhurg. 

Anderson, G. A., M.A., Deseronto. 

Anderson, G. S., Maitland. 

Armstrong, F. W., Curate, Trenton. 

Atkinson, R., Milford. 

Auston, H., M.A., Gananoque. 

Baker, E. H. M., Rural Dean, Bath. 

Bailey, T., B.A., Arnprior. 

Baylee, C. O'D., Selby. 

Beaven, E. W., M.A., Ottawa. 

Bliss, C. V. F., Petawawa. 

Bogert, D. F., B.A., Belleville. 

Bogert, J. J., M.A., Rural Dean, Ottawa. 

Bousfield, Geo., N. Gower. 

Brown, Algernon T., B.A., Navan. 

Burke, J. W., B.A., Rector, Belleville. 

Burton, W. W., Gueensborough. 

Carey, W. B., M.A., Rural Dean, Kingston. 

Christie, I. J., Wolfe Island. 

Codd, Francis, Frankford. 

Coleman, A. H., B.A., Richmond West. 

Coleman, Richard, Balderson. 

Cooke, A.W., Kingston. 

Daw, Samuel. Christ Church, Belleville. 

Daykin, W. Y., LL.B , Pembroke. 

Dobbs, F. W., Portsmouth. 

Elliott, A., B.A., Camden East. 

Elliott, Joseph, North Augusta. 

Emery, C. P., Rector, Kemptville. 

Farrer, H., Bancroft. 

Fleming, W., M.A , Hillier. 

Forneri, R. S., B.A., Adolphustown. 

Forster, J. W., Thomasburg. 

Forsythe, J. W., M.A , Lyndhurst. 

Foster, S., M.A. (superannuated), Picton. 

Fraser, J. F., B.A., Manotick. 

Garrett, T., B.A., Ottawa. 

Godden, T., B.A., Shannonville. 

Godfrey, James, B A. (superannuated), 

Kingston. 
Gorman, J. F., Renfrew. 
Grout, G. W. G., M.A., Rector, Rural Dean, 

Lyn. 



Hague, Dyson, M. A., Brockville. 

Halliwell, John, Vanklcek Hill. 

Hanington, E. A. W., B.A., New-Edinburgh. 

Harding, M. T. M., Curate, Kingston. 

Harding, R. (superannuated), Napanee. 

Harris, C. M., Marmora. 

Harvey, R. James, Stirling. 

Houston, R. L. M., B.A., Merrickville. 

Jarvis, A., B.A., Rector, Carleton Place. 

Jemmett, G., M.A , Hintonburg. 

Jenkins. D., Newington. 

Jones, K. L., B.D., Barriefield. 

Jones, Percy Owen, M.D., Ottawa. 

Jones, R. N , B.A., Athens. 

Jones, T. Bedford, LL.D., Rector, Arch- 
deacon, Napanee. 

Lauder, J. S., D.C.L., Archdeacon, Ottawa. 

Lewin, W., B.A., Prescott. 

Lewis, R., M.A., Rector, Rural Dean, Mait- 
land. 

Loucks, E., Rector, Picton. 

Low, G. J., Almonte. 

Lyster, James, LL.D., Rector, Dean {on 
leave), Ruthin, North Wales. 

Mackay*, A. W\, Ottawa. 

MacMorine, J. K., M.A., Kingston. 

Mercer, W. D., B.A., Franktown. 

Metzler, G., B.A., Cardinal. 

Mills, R. D., M.A., Eganville. 

Morris, J. A., M.A., Murray. 

Muckleston, W. J., M.A , Curate, Ottawa. 

Mulock, J. A., Canon, Montreal. 

Nesbitt, A. C, Rural Dean, Smith's Falls. 

Nimmo, J.H., B. A., M.D., Brockville. 

Osborne, John, Clayton. 

Partridge, John, Pakenham. 

Patton, H. B., B.A., Curate, Deseronto. 

Pettit, C. B., M.A., Rector, Canon, Rural 
Dean, Cornwall. 

Phillips, A., Hawkesbury. 

Pollard, H., Ottawa. 

Poole, M. G., Rector, Aultsville. 

Poole, S. G., Cornwall. 



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Porter, Thos. G., Curate, Pembroke. 
Powell, Fred. C. {on leave). 
Prime, Frederick, Kingston. 
Quartermaine, M. W. H., Odessa. 
Rayson, R. W., Lombardy. 
Read, Win. Ashley, Oxford Mills. 
Roberts, Win., Mus. Bac , Amherst Island. 
Robinson, James, Ashton. 
Rollin, Geo. A. V., Woodland. 
Samwell, Robert W, Mattawa. 
Scammell, E., Sydenham. 
Scantlebnry, George, Sharbot Lake. 
Serson, John R , B.A., Tarn worth. 
Shaw, J. Arthur, South Mountain. 
Simpson, J. H. (superannuated), Ottawa. 
Smith, B. B., M.A., Aes't Rector, Kingston. 
Smith, T. Austin, Carp. 
Smitheman, J. P., Rankin. 
Smythe, W. H., Wellington. 
Snowdon, J. F., Fitzroy Harbor. 



Snowdon, J. M. L ,c, St. George's,Ottawa. 

Spencer, A., Clerical Secretary, Kingston. 

Stanton, T., B.A., Rural Dean, Deseronto. 

Stephenson, F. L., B.A., Brockville. 

Stephenson, R. L., M.A., Rector, Perth. 

Stiles, Thos. J., Frankville. 

Stiles, W. H., South March. 

Tane, F. R., Rector, Canon, Richmond, 
Surrey, Eng. 

Taylor, G. W., Ottawa. 

Taylor, Moms, Bear Brook. 

Tighe, Stearne, B.A., Crysler. 

Weatherdon, J. W., B.A., Parham. 

White, G. W., B.A., Rector, Canon, Iro- 
quois. 

Woodcock. F. D., Curate, Prescott. 

Worrell, Clare L., M. A., Morrisburg. 

Wright, Wm., Newboro. 

Young, C. J., B.A., Lansdowne. 



Deacons : 



Carson, Chas. C, B.A., Fenaghvale. 
Geen, Albert L., Belleville. 
Goodman, Chas. S., Bell's Corners. 



Haslam, John B., Metcalfe. 
King, J. M. V., B.A., Cobden. 
Leake, H. J., B.A., South Lake. 



Diocese of Huron. 

(PROVINCE OP ONTARIO.) 

The Rt. Rev. Ma.urice Soollard Baldwin, D.D., Lord Bishop, London. 

DEAN. 
The Very Rev. George M. Innes, M.A., London. 

ARCHDEACONS. 

The Ven. F. W. Sandys, D.D., Kent, Chatham. 

The Ven. J. W. Marsh, M.A., London. 

The Ven. A. H. R. Mulholland Grey/, Owen Sound. 



CANONS. 



Rev. G. J. R. Salter, M.A. 
Rev. J. P. Hincks. 
Rev. A. C. Hill, M.A. 
Rev. J. W. P. Smith. 



Rev. Canon A. C. Hill, M.A. 



Rev. E. E. Newman. 
Rev. E. Patterson. M.A. 
Rev. A. S. Falls, A.B. 
Rev. Evans Davis, M.A. 

CHAPLAINS. 
Examining. 

Rev. Canon J. B. Richardson, M.A. 



Domestic. 
Ven. Archdeacon Marsh, M.A., and Rev. Canon Evans Davis, M.A. 



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RURAL DEANS. 



Rev. Canon E. Patterson, M.A., Perth, 

Stratford. 
Rev. R. S. Cooper, B.D., Bruce, In- 

vermay. 
Rev. Canon A. S. Falls, A.B., Essex, 

Amherstburg. 
Rev. Canon J. W. P. Smith, Middlesex, 

London. 
Rev. G. C. Mackenzie, Brant, Brantford. 



Rev. G. Keys, Grey, Chatsworth. 
Rev. W. Craig, B.D., Huron, Clinton. 
Rev. J. Gemley, Norfolk, Simcoe. 
Rev. J. J. Hill, M.A., Oxford, Woodstock. 
Rev. Canon A. C. Hill, M.A., Elgin, St. 

Thomas. 
Rev. P. E. Hyland, Lambton, Watford. 
Rev. J. Hill, M.A., Kent. 
Rev. S. L. Smith, Waterloo. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST. 



Priests : 



Armstrong, D., D.D., Mooretown. 

Armstrong, T. L. (Deacon), Southamp- 
ton. 

Asbury, S. R., B.A., Delaware. 

Baldwin, F. M., Thamesville. 

Ball, C. W., B.A., Port Burwell. 

Ball, J. A., Fairmount. 

Banwell, H. 

Batstone, C. J. A., Essex Centre. 

Bearfoot, I., Tuscarora. 

Beaumont, J. W., D.D., St. Thomas. 

Bridgman, O. H., Hensall. 

Brown, A., B.A., Paris. 

Brown, T. H., Thamesiord. 

Burt, A. F. B., Ridgetown. 

Carrie, J., Dungannon. 

Caswell, D. J., B.D., Brantford. 

Chance, J., Tyrconnell. 

Channer, C. H., M.A., Meaford. 

Cluff, W. T., Brussels. 

Cooper, R. S., B.D., R.D., Invermay. 

Cox, G. M.. Onondaga 

Craig, W., B.D., R.D., Clinton. 

Daunt, W., M.A., Aylmer. 

Davis, E., M.A., Canon, London. 

Davis, T. R., M.A., Sarnia. 

Davis, W., Simcoe. 

Deacon, D., M.A., Stratford. 

DeLom, P. B., Petrolia. 

DesBrisay, L., B.A., Strathroy. 

Dewdney, A. D. A., Port Burwell. 

Dixon, R. F., Tilsonburg. 

Downie, J., B.D., Lucan. 

Edelstein, S. I. G., Attwood. 

Edgelow, O., Brigden. 

Edmonds, J., Haysville. 

English, E. N., M.A., London. 

Fairlie, J. H., Chatsworth. 

Falls, A. S., A.B., R.D., Canon, Amherst- 
burg. 

Farthing, J. C, B.A., Woodstock. 

Fisher, A., Drumbo. 

Fletcher, R., Blenheim. 

Fowell, R. G., M.A., Principal Huron Col- 
lege, London. 

Freeman, R. D., Glan worth. 

Gander, Jabez, Pelee Island. 

Gemley, J., R.D., Simcoe. 

Graham, W. A., B.A., Markdale. 



Guillemont, C. B., B.A., London. 

Gunne, J. M., Wyoming. 

Hale, J., Highgate. 

Harding, Freeman, R.D., Morpeth. 

Henderson, W., Wiarton. 

Hicks, R., B.D., London. 

Hill, A. C, Canon, M. A., R.D., St. Thomas. 

Hill, J., M. A., Chatham. 

Hill, J. J., M.A., R.D., Woodstock. 

Hill, W. T., B.A., London. 

Hincks, J. P., Canon, R.D., Windsor. 

Hind, D. H., B.A., Sandwich. 

Hinde, W., Adelaide. 

Hodgins, J. W., Bayfield. 

Holmes, J., Walkerville. 

Hughes, E. W., Lion's Head. 

Hutchinson, E. (on leave). 

Hyland, P. E., R.D., Warwick. 

Innes, G. M., M.A., Dean, London. 

Ireland, W. P., B.A., Kirktoii. 

Jacobs, J., Walpole Island. 

Johnson, W., Burford. 

Johnstone, R. W., South Zorra. 

Ker, R., Mitchell. 

Keys, G., R.D., Clarksburg. 

Mackenzie, G. C, R D., Brantford. 

Magahy, T. W., Seaforth. 

Marsh J. W., M.A., Archdeacon, London. 

Martin, N. H., Chatham. 

Matthew, C. R., M.A., Kingsville. 

McCosh, R. (on leave). 

Miles, C, B. A.., Belmont. 

Moorhouse, J. H., Wingham. 

Mulholland, A. H. R., Archdeacon, Owen 
Sound. 

•Newell, J. R., Port Dover. 

Newton, F. G., Bervie. 

O'Meara, C, St. Marys. 

Parke, J. F. (on leave). 

Patterson, E., M.A., R.D., Canon, Strat- 
ford. 

Racey, G. W., Goderich. 

Richardson, J. B., M.A., London. 

Ridley, J., Gait. 

Robinson, S. F., Exeter. 

Ryan, F., Florence. 

Sage, G. B., B.A., London. 

Sandys, F. W., D.D., Archdeacon, Chatham. 

Saunders, E. C, Ingersoll. 



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Scott, W. E., Norwich. 

Seaborn, W. M., London, E. 

Seaborn, W. M. R., Thorndale. 

Shaw, R. H., Teesw^ter. 

Shore, W. M., Ailsa Craig. 

Shortt, W. B. D., Walkerton. 

Smith, A. G., Muncey Town. 

Smith, J. W. P., Canon, R.DJLondon. 

Smith, S. L., Berlin. 

Softley, E., B.D., Delhi. 

Steele, H. D., Point Edward. 

Stout, W., Port Rowan. 



Strong, J. L., Brantford. 
Taylor, W. J., Mitchell. 
Thomas, H. A., Blythe. 
Turnbull, M , Listowell. 
Wade, W. H , Woodstock. 
Ward, J., Millbank. 
Watson, T., Eastwood. 
Wilson, R.. Birr. 
Williams, D., B.A., London. 
Wright, J. T., Mason ville. 
Wye, G. W., Watford. 
Young, W. A., B.D., Goderich. 



Armstrong, T. L., Saugeen. 
*Ashton, R., Brantford. 
*Colles, W. G. H., Chatham. 
Connor, W. J., Merlin. 
Fatt, F. H., Comber. 
Freeman. M. G., Parkhill. 



Beacons . 



Higley, T. E., Hanover. 
Lowe, W., Wardsville. 
Murphy, A., Forest. 
Rowe, V. F. 
Wrigiit, T. A., Hanover. 



SUPERANNUATED. 



Chase, H. P., Sarnia. 
Curran, T. P., Mohawk. 
Ellerby, T. S., Toronto. 
Miller, A. E., Hamilton. 
Murray, Edwin, Ailsa Craig. 
Newman, Canon, London. 
Rally, W. B., Wardsville. 



Roberts, R. J., British Columbia. 

Salter, Canon, Brantford. 

Sanders, T. E., Aylmer. 

Schnlte, J., St. Thomas. 

Tibbetts, W., Port Dover. 

To wnl ey. Canon, Paris. 

Wood, W. {retired). Port Rowan. 



COMMISSARY IN ENGLAND. 
Rev. James Fox, Rector, St. Werburg's, Bristol. 



Diocese of Niagara. 

(PROVINCE OF ONTARIO.) 

The Rt. Rev. Charles Hamilton, D.D., D.C.L., Lord Bishop, Hamilton, Ont. 

Very Rev. J. Gamble Geddes, D.C.L., Dean, Hamilton. Ontario. 

Ven. William McMurrat, D.D., D.C.L., Archdeacon of Niagara 

Ven. Alex. Dixon, B.A., Archdeacon of Guelph, Examining Chaplain. 

Edward Martin, Esq., Q.C., Chancellor of the Diocese, Hamilton. 

F. E.Kilvert, Esq., Registrar of the Diocese, Hamilton. 

Rev. W. R. Clark, M.A., Hon. Clerical Secretary, Ancaster, Ontario. 

J. J. Mason, Esq., Hon. Lay Secretary, Hamilton. 

J. J. Mason, Esq., Secretary and Treasurer of the Diocese. 



CANONS OF CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL, HAMILTON. 



Rev. T. Bolton Read, D.D. 
Rev. J. Bell Worrell, M.A. 
Rev. Stewart Houston, M.A. 
Rev. F. L. Osler, M.A. 



Rev. W. B. Curran, M.A. 



Rev. William Belt, M.A. 
Rev. G A. Bull, M.A. 
Rev. R. Arnold, A.B. 
Rev. R. G. Sutherland. 



* Ordained under Provincial Canon. 



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CLERGY OF BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 



RURAL DEANS. 

Gribble, John, Port Dalbousie. Belt, A. J., M.A., Harriston. 

Mellish, H. F., Caledonia, Barton. Forneret, G., M.A., Hamilton. 

Mackenzie, W. J., Milton. 



Ardill, Jas. C, Merritton. 

Arnold, Robert, B.A., r., Fort Erie. 

Arnytage, W. R., r., St. Thomas', St. 
Catharines. 

Bate, T. B., Rainham. 

Bevan, Win.,, Greensville. 

Belt, A. J., M.A., m. at Harriston. 

Belt, Wm., M.A., r., Burlington. 

Belt, E. D., B.A , curate of Church of As- 
cension, Hamilton. 

Bennetts, S., Waterdown. 

Blachford, W. R., m., Freelton. 

Bland, E. M., Vicar of Christ Church Ca- 
thedral, Hamilton. 

Bonny, A., r., Palmerston. 

Boultbee, A., B.A., m., Cayuga. 

Bowden, A. H., Norval. 

Britton, M. W., ?»., Port Maitland. 

Bull, George A., MA., r. of Stamford. 

Bull, George B , c. of Barton, etc. 

Clark, W. R., M.A., An caster. 

Cooke, G. B., m., Palmerston. 

Cordner, R., m. at Port Colborne. 

Crawford, C. P., M.A., Church of the As- 
cension, Hamilton. 

Curran, W. B., M.A., r. of St. Thomas', 
Hamilton. 

Dixon, Alex., B.A., r., Guelph. 

Edglow, Octavius, Curate, Grimsby. 

Fennell, Joseph, inc. Georgetown. 

Fessenden, E. J., B.A., r. of Chippewa. 

Fi etcher, J. H., Palermo. 

Forneret, George, M.A., r. of All Saints', 
Hamilton. 

Francis, John, D.D., inc. of Waterdown, 
etc. 

Garrett, John C, Curate, Niagara. 

Gardiner, R., inc. of Jarvis. 

Geddes, J. Gamble, D.C.L., dean and r., 
Christ Church, Hamilton. 



Geoghegan, T., rector of St. Matthew's, 

Hamilton. 
Grahame, W. E. (on sick leave). 
Gribble, John, r. of Louth and Port Dal- 

housie. 
Henderson, Alex., B.A., inc. of Orange- 

ville. 
Houston, Stewart, M.A., inc. of Niagara 

Falls, Ont. 
Howitt, F. E., m. at Stcwiy Creek, etc. 
Irving, E. A., inc. of Dundas. 
Johnstone, G., B.D., inc. of Welland. 
Lee, C. R., M.A., inc. of Barton and Glan- 

ford. 
Locke, R. S., M.A., St. Catharines. 
MacKenzie, W. J., M.A., inc. of Milton. 
Marsden, T. F., Erin. 
Massey, Wm., M.A., St. Luke's, Hamilton. 
McMurray,Wm., D.D., D.C.L., r., Niagara. 
Macnab, A.W., inc., St. Barnabas', St.Cath- 

arines. 
Mellish, H. P., m., Caledonia, etc. 
Morton, Jas., inc. of Fergus. 
Morton, J. J., m., Lowville. 
Motherwell, Thos., ?\, Dunnville. 
Munsen, J. C, wiss., Caistorville. 
Pigott, W. J., Fort Erie. 
Piper, F. C, miss., Smithville and Beams- 

ville. 
Radcliffe, C. E. S., inc. of Mount Forest. 
Read, T. B., D.D., r., Grimsby. 
Scudamore, C, Grand Valley. 
Smith, Percy W., r., Fort Erie. 
Smith, Thos., w., Elora. 
Spencer, P. L., rector of Thorold. 
Sutherland, R. G., M.A., r., St. Mark's, 

Hamilton. 
Whitcombe, C. E., assistant priest, St. 

Matthew's, Hamilton. 
Worrell, J. Bell, M.A., inc. of Oakville. 



Diocese of Algoma. 

(PROVINCE OP ONTARIO.) 

The Rt. Rev, Edward Sullivan, D.D., D.C.L., Bishop, Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. 

Rev. E. F. Wilson, Commissary. 

A. H. Campbell, Esq., Honorary Treasurer, 17 Manning Arcade, Toronto. 

D. Kemp, Esq., Treasurer, Synod Office, Toronto, 

Rev. Jas. Botdell, M.A,, Examining Chaplain. 






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237 



RURAL DEANS. 

Rev. C. J. Machin, Thunder Bay. Rev. A.W. H. Chowne, B.D., Parry Sound 

Rev. P. W. Greene, Algoma. and Nipissing. 

Rev. T. Llwyd, Mnskoka. 

Rev. G. H. Gaviller, Editor Algoma Miss, News. 



CLERGY. 



Allman, A. H., Port Sydney. 

Boydell, Jas., Bracebridge. 

Burden, H. N., Uffington. 

Chowne, A. W. H., B.D., Rosseau. 

Crompton, W., Aspdin. 

Evans, W., Schreiber. 

Frost, P., Sheguiandah, Manitoulin Island. 

Gander, G., South River. 

Gaviller, G. H., Parry Sound. 

Gillmor, G., North Bay. 

Greene, F. W., Sault Ste. Marie. 

Irvine, J., Garden River. 

Kirby, M. C, Port William, West. 



Llwyd, T., Huntsville. 

Machin, C. J., Port Arthur. 

Mosley, R., Parry Sound. 

Noble, W. T, B.A., Gravenhurst. 

Piercy, C, Hilton. 

Renison, R., Negvvenenang, LakeNepigon. 

Robinson, P. G. H., Thesealon. 

Rollings, H., Manitowaning. 

Sinclair, L., llfracorabe. 

Vesey, E. A., Burk's Falls. 

Wilson, E. F., Indian Homes, Sault Ste. 

Marie. 
Young, A. J., Magnet ta wan. 



Lloyd, W, K., Grassmere. 



STUDENTS. 

Podmore, P. S. M. s Port Carling. 



238 CLERGY OF BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 



Ecclesiastical ^robince of Kupert's 3Lan*r. 



The Archbishop of Canterbury, Primate. 

The Bishop of Rupert's Land, Metropolitan. 

The Bishop of Moosonee. 

The Bishop of Saskatchewan. 

The Bishop of McKenzie River. 

The Bishop of Qu'Appelle. 

The Bishop of Athabasca. 

The Bishop of Calgary (at present Bishop of Saskatchewan). 



The last meeting of the Provincial Synod was held Aug. 13, 14, 15, 18S7. 

Secretary of the House of Bishops, the Rev. Canon Machray. 

Prolocutor of the House of Delegates, the Ven. Archdeacon Cowley, D.D. 

Secretary, the Rev. Canon Matheson. 



Diocese of Rupert's Land. 

The Most Rev. Robert Machray, D.D., LL.D., Lord Bishop and Metropolitan. 
Bishop's Court, Winnipeg, Manitoba. 

Vacant, Archdeacon of Cumberland. 
The Venerable (Vacant) Archdeacon of Manitoba. 
Ven. O. Fortin, B.A , Archdeacon of Winnipeg. 
Ven. R. Phair, Archdeacon of Islington. 

DEAN. 
The Very Rev. John Grisdale, D.D. 

CANONS. 

Rev. J. D. O'Meara, M.A. Rev. S. P. Matheson, B.D. 

Rev. G. F. Coombes, M.A. 

REGISTRAR. 

I. A. Machray, B.A. 

Anderson, J. G., B.A., Lac Seul. Drummond, H. M., B.A., Russell. 

Archibald, E., Brandon. Flewelling, E. P., r., Brandon. 

Barber, W. D., B. A., Manitou. Fortin, Octave, B.A., r., Holy Trinity, 

Bruce, George, Fairford. Winnipeg. 

Bunn, Thomas W., B.D. , Shoal Lake. Fortin, A. L., St. Andrew's. 

Burman, W. A., B.D., St. Paul. Garton, W. J., Gladstone. 

Cheney, W\ L., Rounthwaite and Millford. Goulding, A. W., B.D., Victoria and 

Childs, G. N., M.A., Winnipeg. Stonewall. 

Coggs. T. C, M. A., B.D., Poplar Point. Grisdale, John, D.D., St. John's Cathedral. 

Cook, A., B A., Sto^gviile. Hale, F. R., M.A., Rapid City. 

Cook, Thomas, Westbourne. Harvey, G. H., Selkirk. 

Coombes, G. F., M. A., St. John's Cathedral. Hooper, G. H., Springfield. 

Cowley, A. E., r., St. James', Winnipeg. Johnson, W. R., Killarney. 

Davis, F. F. Jukes, Mark. 



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Leslie, H. T., M.A., Winnipeg. 

Littler, 0. R., Neepawa. 

Lowry, W. H., B.A. 

Machray, R.,B.A. 

Macmorie, S., r., Portage la Prairie. 

Matheson, J. W., B.A., St. John's College. 

Matheson, Samuel P., B.D., St. John's 
Cathedral. 

McKenzie, Benjamin, St. Peter's, Dynevor. 

Mitton, W. T., MA, Birtle. 

Nicholl, E. P., M. A., Pembina Crossing. 

O'Meara, James D., M.A., St. John's Col- 
lege, Winnipeg. 

Owen. W.. Fort Alexander. 

Page. J. W. D. B., B.A., Winnipeg. 

Pentreath, E. S. W., B.D., r., Christ 
Church, Winnipeg. 

Phair, Robert, Fort Frances. 

Pritchard, Samuel. 

Pughe, H. W., Souris. 

Quinney, Rev. C, Oaklake. 

Roy, F. E., Bradwardine. 

Roy, J. J., St. George's, Winnipeg. 

Settee, I., Dynevor. 

Spence, B., Islington. 



Stevenson, R. G., B A., Elkhorn. 
Stimden, A., M.A., Rat Portage. 
Tudor, H. A., M.A., r., All Saints', Winni- 
peg. 
Turnbull, G. 
Wall on. W., Morden. 
Watts, H. L., Treherne. 
Weatherley, C. T., M.A. 
Williams, VV. 
Wood, C, Boissevain. 
Wood, J. H. R., M.A., Stonewall. 



Financial Secretary. — Very Rev. Dean 
Gr is- dale. 

Organizing Secretary for S. P. G. — 

Secretary of the Church Missionary Society 
in the Diocese of RuperVs Land.—Hey. 
A. E. Cowley. (Head office, 15 Salis- 
bury square, London, England.) 

Secretary of the Colonial and Continental 
Church Society in RujierVs Land.— Rev. 
Canon J. D. O'Meara, M.A., Winnipeg. 
(Head office, London, England.) 



Diocese of Moosonee. 

The Rt. Rev. John Horden, D.D., Lord Bishop, Moose Factory, Northwest 
Territories. 

Archdeacon of Moose.— The Ven. T Vincent. 
Archdeacon of York.— The Ven. G. S. Winter. 

Commissaries in England. — Rev. Canon Scott Robertson, Throwley Vicarage, Kent, 
and Rev. F. Burnside, Hertingfordbury. 

Nevitt, Henry, Rupert's House. Richards, E., Moose. 

Lofthouse, Joe, Churchill. Sanders, John, Matawakumma. ■■ 

Peck, Edmund James, Fort George. Vincent, Ven. Thomas, Albany. 

Winter, G. S., York Fort. 



Diocese of Saskatchewan and Calgary. 

(NORTH-WEST TERRITORY OP CANADA.) 

The Rt. Rev. W. C. Pinkham, D.D., D.C.L., Lord Bishop, Calgary, Alberta, N. W. T. 

ARCHDEACONS. 
Ven. I. A. Mackay, D.D. Rev. G. McKay, B.D. 

CANON.— Rev. J. Flett, B.D. 

HONORARY CANONS. 
Rev. W. B. Curran, B.A., Hamilton. Rev. W. Newton, Ph.D., Edmonton. 



24-0 CLERGY OF^BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 

RURAL DEANS. 
Rev. T. Clarke, Battleford. Rev. E. Matheson, Carlton. 

BISHOP'S CHAPLAINS. 
Archdeacon Mackay. Canon Flett. 

Badger, John (Indian Miss.). Matheson, Edward, miss., Battleford. 

Bourne, H. T., miss, at Blood Indian Re- McKay, George, Prince Albert. 

serve, near Fort Macleod. McLennan, R., B.A., miss, at Stanley. 

Christmas, F. G., Banff. Newton, Wm., Ph.D., miss., Edmonton. 

Clarke, Thomas, miss., Battleford. Pritchard, I. F., Lethhridge. 

Collier, H. B., Calgary. Settee, J. R. (Indian Miss.), Cumberland. 

Cooper, A. M. F., Calgary. Sinclair, John, miss, at Grand Rapids. 

Flett, James, B.D., miss., Prince Albert. Taylor, I. J., miss, at Battle River. 

Hilton, R., Fort Macleod. Tims, I. W., miss, at Blackfoot Crossing. 

Hines, John, miss, at Cumberland. Trivett, Samuel, miss, at Indian Reserve, 
Inkster, Robert, miss, at Saddle Lake, Ed- Fort Macleod. 

monton. ■ Wright, A., miss, at Prince Albert. 

Mackay, John A., miss., Prince Albert. 



Diocese of Athabasca. 

(NORTH-WEST TERRITORY OF CANADA.) 

The Rt. Rev. Richard Young. D.D., Bishop, Fort Chippewyan, Athabasca, 
N. W. T., Canada. 

ARCHDEACON.— Venerable Wm. D. Reeve, Fort Chippewyan, Athabasca. 

Rev. Brick, I. G., Christ Church, Smoky River. 

" Garrioch, Alfred 0., Dunvegan, Peace River. 

" Scott, Malcolm, St. Luke, Vermilion. 

" Holmes, G , St. Peter, Lesser Slave Lake. 
Mr. Roberson, Hy., " " " " 

Mr. Lawrence, E. J., Principal of the Irene Training School, Vermilion, Peace River. 



Diocese of MacKenzie River. 

(NORTH-WEST TERRITORY OF CANADA.) 

The Rt. Rev. William Carpenter Bompas, D.D., Bishop, Fort Simpson, 
N. W. T. 

ARCHDEACON.— Venerable Robert McDonald, D.D., Archdeacon of the Yukon, 

St. Matthew's Mission, Peel River. 

The Rt. Rev. William Carpenter Bompas, D.D., Bishop, St. David's Mission, Fort 

Simpson, Mackenzie River. 
The Rev. William Spendlove, Diocesan Registrar, St. James' Mission, Resolution, 

Great Slave Lake. 
The Rev. David N. Kirkby, B.A., Trinity Mission, Norman, Mackenzie River. 
The Rev. T. H. Canham, Secretary, Nuklakayu, Yukon River. 
The Rev. J. W. Ellington, Buxton Mission, Upper Yukon River. 
The Rev. C. G. Wallis, Rampart Hou^e, Porcupine River. 
With six native Catechists and two Lay Assistants. 



CLERGY OF BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 241 

Diocese of Qu'Appelle. 

(NORTH-WEST TERRITORY OF CANADA ) 

The Rt. Rev. tbe Hon. A. J. R. Anson, D.C.L., Bishop (1884), St. John's College, 

Qu'Appelle. N. W. T. 
Rev. Walter G. Lyon, Medicine Hat, Secretary of Diocesan Synod. 
H. Fisher, Esq., Regina, Treasurer of Diocese. 

CLERGY. 

Agassiz, Shafto, Fort Pelly. Green, W. H. c Qu'Appelle. 

Beale, F. (curate), Moosomin. Lyon, P. K.. Abernethv. 

Brown, W. E., Whitewood. Lyon, W. G., B.A . Medicine Hat. 

Cartwright, A. B., Moose Mountain. Nicollo, W., B. A., Whitewood. 

Cook, Gilbert, C.M.S.. Touchwood. Owens, Owen, Touchwood Hills. 

Cunliffe, T., c, Medicine Hat. Sargeant, J. P., M.A., Moosomin. 

Dobie, G. N.j <?., Regina. Teitlebaum, J. L., Sumner. 



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CLERGY OF BRITISH NORTH-AMERICA. 



3httepettT»ettt Bioceses. 



Diocese of Newfoundland. 

The Rt. Rev. Llewellyn Jones, D.D., Lord Bishop, St. John's. 

Commissary in England.— Rev. Canon Jones, MA., Burneside, Kendal. 
Commissary in Newfoundland. — Rev. Edward Bot wood, R.D., St. John's. 
Domestic Chaplain.— Rev. Ambrose Heygate, M.A. 
Examining Chaplain. — Rev. William Pilot, B.D. 

RURAL DEANS. 



Augustus E. C. Bayly, Bonavista Bay. 
Joseph J. Curling, Strait of Belle Isle. 
Godden, John, Trinity Bay. 

Amor, Lawrence, miss., Greenspond. 
Andrewes, Sani'l Jas., miss., White Bay. 
Bayly, Augustus E. C, miss., Bonavista. 
Bishop, George, miss., Hermitage. 
Bat wood, Edward, p., St. Mary's, St. John's. 
Bradshaw, John M., miss., Lamaline. 
Bryant. A. A., miss., Whitbourne. 
Bull, James EL, miss., Battle Harbor, Lab- 
rador. 
Caldwell, E. K. H., c, Topsail. 
Chamberlain, George S., miss.. Exploits. 
Clift, Theodore W., miss., Carbonear. 
Colley, Edward, ?niss., Topsail. 
Colley, F. W., miss., Bay of Islands. 
Cragg, John G., miss., Catalina. 
Crane, George, miss., St. John's, Outports. 
Cunningham, Henry, c, Burgeo. 
Cunningham, John (retired). 
Curling, Joseph J., miss., Bay of Islands. 
Currie, Adam, St. John's. 
Darrell, Josiah, miss., Salmon Cove. 
Dunfield, Henry, St.Thomas', c, St. John's. 
Elrington, Henry. 
Evans, J. A., m~'ss., Spaniards' Bay. 
Field, George H., miss.. Harbor Breton. 
Godden, John, miss., Trinity East. 
Harvey, James C. (retired). 
Haynes, William A., m,iss., Belloram. 
Hewitt, John, miss., Burin. 
Heygate, Ambrose, M.A , c, St. John's. 
Hollands, W. C, miss., Bonne Bay. 
Horner, David, miss., Rose Blanche. 
How, William, miss., Bay de Verds. 



Robert Temple, Notre Dame Bay. 
George H. Bishop, Fortune Bay. 
Edward Botwood, Avalon. 

Howells, G. R , Flowers' Cove 

Jeffery, Charles, miss., St. George's Bay. 

Johnson, Henry, miss., Heart's Content. 

Kingwell, John, ?nis§., Harbor Buffet. 

Kirby, William, miss., King's Cove. 

Netten,Theophilus G.,miss ,Port-de-Grave. 

Noel, John M., r , Harbor Grace. 

Pilot, William, B.D., Superintendent 
Education, St. John's. 

Pittman, Arthur, Green Bay. 

Quintin, T. P., miss., Sandwich Bay, Lab- 
rador. 

Rafter, W. S., Channel. 

Romilly, W. S. W., Random. 

Rouse, John, B.A., Principal Theological 
College, St. John's. 

Saddington, Charles, miss., Fogo. 

Sanderson, John S., miss., Upper Island 
Cove. 

Shears, William C, miss., Bay Roberts. 

Smart, Frank, c, Harbor Grace. 

Smith, Walter R., miss., Portugal Cove. 

Snow, Philip G., miss., Exploits. 

Taylor, Robert Holland, Brigus. 

Temple, Robert, miss., Tvvillingate. 

Waghorne, Arthur C, miss., New-Har 

Weaver. William, miss., Trinity West. 

White, James J., c, Heart's Content. 

White, William C, c, Bonavista. 

Wood, Arthur C. F., M.A.,r., St. Thomas', 
St. John's. 

Wood, Christopher, miss., Salvage. 



BERMUDA, W. I. 
Vicar-General and Commissary. — Rev. J. F. B. L. Lough. 



Goodwin, H., chap., H. M. F., Prospect. 

James, Mark, r., Pembroke. 

Jones, A. C, r., Smith's. 

Jones, J. C. Lea. 

Lightbourn, Fred. J. F., r., St. George. 



Lough, J. F. B. L., r., Paget. 
Mackay, Bruce, r., Sandys. 
Sullivan, E.. chap. Dockyard. 
Tucker, Arthur, e., St. George. 



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243 



Diocese of British Columbia. 

Tlie Rt. Rev. George Hills, D.D., Lord Bishop, Bishops close, Victoria. 
Archdeacon of Vancouver. — Ven. A. Scriven, M.A. 



Beanlands, A. J., B.A., Victoria. 
Botton, W. W., M. A., Esquimalt. 
Bnnton, C. J., Victoria. 
Ellison, H. G. H., Esquimalt 
Good, J. B., Nananno. 
Gregory, W. H., Saanich. 
Hall, A. J., Alert Bay. 
Holmes, D. 



Jenns, P., Victoria, 

Kingham, Victoria. 

Leakey, J. A., Cowichan. 

Roberts, R. J., M.A., Keeper Island. 

Scriven, A., Ven., M.A., James Bay. 

Stephenson, H., Cedar Hill and Lake. 

Willemar, X. J., Comox. 



Diocese of New- Westminster. 

Rt. Rev. Acton W. Sillitoe, D.D., Lord Bishop, New-Westminster, B.C. 
Archdeacon of Columbia.— Ven. €. T„ Woods, M.A., New- Westminster, 



Bell, William, Surrey. 
Blanchard, C, New- Westminster. 
Brenton, C. J. 

Croueher, C. New- Westminster 
Ditcham, George, Supperton, 
Edwardes, H., Ly£ton, 



Horlock, D H. W., KamJoops. 
Irwin, H., Donald. 
Snildrick, A., Spallumeheen, 
Sm ill, R., Lytton. 
Wright, E. L., Lytton. 



Diocese of Caledonia. 

The Rt. Rev. William Rebley, D.D., Lord Bishop, Metiakatia, B. C. 



Browne, W,. Esgington. 
Collison, W. H., Kincolith. 
Cope, J., Port Essingtoa. 
Field, T., Hazelton. 



Gurd, R., Metlakatla. 
Harrison, C, Massett. 
Nash, C. B., Metlakatla. 

Price, A., Kitwanga. 



Diocese of Nassau, Bahamas. 

BISHOP. 

Rt, Rev. Edward Townsost Ckurton, D.B. 

DEAN. 

Very Rev. Robert Swaxx, Rector of Christ Church Cathedral. 

ARCHDEACON. 

Ven. Charles Cartkew Wakefield, B.A., Rector of St. Mary's, Nassau; Bishop'* 
Chaplain, and Diocesan Secretary and Treasurer, 



244 



CUERGY OF BRITISH - -NOST»-AM£lUCA^ 



CWERGT. 
Ptiests ; 



Brace. F. I>.„ * M St. PanJ's,. Loag fslanf. 

Bywater, M. J M r., St. An&rew*s ExuE&a. 

Cooper, M. M., r M St. Christopher's-, Wat- 
ling's Island. 

Crofton, H. F., B.A., ?\, St. TboiBft8\Tnrk , s 
Island. 

Duncomf&e,W. W.,?\,S£. I>avid's,Long Cay.. 

Fisher, J. H.,.r., St.. Agnes', Nassau^ 

GlanviBe, W. %.. r..St. Philip's, Isagna^ 

Irwin, P. S M r., S*. Salvador's, Cat Island. 

Matthews, F. B.„ r M All Saints', Andsos 
Island. 



Page, W. S. , Assistant Tyi«st; of St. Agues'^ 
Philp©fc, H., r., St. Peters, Aba«o. 
Saunders, Ei^harslsoa, r., St. Mat^hew's^. 

Nassau. 
Smith, C. W.,7\*St. Fa&riek's, Eleuthera. 
Stromboaa,. W. H., New-l»raviden®e- 

Asyluict. 
Thomson, Q. X, B.A., r., St. Sfcephe»X 

Biaakii, an&Gsan^ Bahama. 
Vincent, «L R^ jv» St. Doha's,. Harbor 

Island. 



Mac&ns : 

S$owne, Andl&y J.^Bjeadb-M&ste? and Cfeapla^a of tb® IMocesaaGrammau School, an^ 

Assistant Minister of Christ Church Cardial. 

So\ A. Re I** Assista&t l&inijstsr of St. <Iohn.X Hasto Xskaj^. 






TOE CHUILCH OF EtfGIJLND IN OASLLDA. 245 

GENERAL INSTITUTIONS 

OF THE CffURCH OP ENGLAND IN CANADA. 
I. TTnirersity of Trinity College, Toronto. <€karter«d isss.) 

Corporation. — The Biskops ©f Ontario, Toronto, Httr©n,JJNiagar&, a&d AlgGB&A. 

Trustees.— Tke Bean of Toronto, Horn. G. W. Alen, and Lewis Moifatt, Esq. 

Professors.— Rev. C. W. E. Body, M.A., Provost and Professor of Divinity; Re*. 
Algernon Boys, M.A., Glassies; Rev. William JTones, M.A., Mathematics; Rev. W, 
€lark, M.A., JforaJ Philosophy ; Rev. A. J". Brongkall, M.A., €lassiea$ Lecturer; T. K. 
Smith, M.A., Lectwrer in Physical Science. 

IL University of Bishop's College, Leu.oxyille f ftnebec. faaa- 

tated by Royal Charter, 1852. 
President. — Tfoe Loi»d Bishop of Q,uebec. 
Yice-Pbesibent. — The L©rd Msko^ of Montr-eat. 
Principal and Bean»— The Rev. K. J. Adams, B.C.C*. 
Tice-Prcncepal.— Rev. H. Roe, D.©. 
Chancellor.— R. W. Kenefcer, Esq., B.C.Lu 
Wice-Chancell©r.— The Bean ®f Quebec. 
Secretary an© Bursar.— E. Chapman, Esft. 
Attorney.— Xieut.-Cci. B. T. Morri«. 
The Bishop's College Sehool is mnder the charge of the Bean aeid Principal of tke 
University as Rector, aided by a corps of Masters and Instructors. 

Ill University of King's College, Windsor, KT. S. «ro*nd<* im* 

Patron. — Sis Grace the Arehbiskop of Canterbury. 

Faculty.— (Vacant) Professor of Divinity, English Literature, and Moral Phil- 
<osophy, and President of the College; Henry How, Esq., B.C.L., Professor of 
Chemistry and Natwral History ; John E. Oram, Esq., M.A., Professor of Mathematics, 
Natural Philosophy., Astronomy, and Engineering* Rev. J". Brock, M.A.., Professor 
<*>/ Classics^ Logic, and Rketerbc; A. de FourraeniiBi, M.A., Professor #/ Modern Lan- 
guages. 

IV. St. John's College, Winnipeg, Manitoba, in aquatics* wio. 

the University of Manitoba. 

•Wareeu.— Th© Most Rev. the Metro^oMtasa of &upe!&'« Lan& 

Deputy- Warden.— S£ev. Canon 1 M«ara. 

Dean.— R3v. Canon O'Meara. 

Secretary.— Tke Boan of Rmpeit's Land. 

Professors. — The Bean of Bmperf* Land, Pastoral Theotegy ; Rev.€anon O'Meara, 
Systematic Theology; Rev. Canon Matheeoia, Exeg eCical. Theology ; Rev. Canon Maehray^ 
Eceleeletfiad History ; The Bisk op s Liturgies ; Rev. Cslrgil Caainbes^ Music. 



246 THE CHUUCH OF ENGLAND IN CANADA. ' 

V. Enron College, London, Ont. 

President.— Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of Huron, 
Principal and Divinity Professor. — The Rev. Richard G. FowelL 
Classical and Mathematical Professor.— Eev. David Williams. 
Secretary and Bursar. — V. Cronyn, Esq. 

VI. Theological College of the Diocese' of Montreal Affiliated 

to McGill University. 
President.— The Lord Bishop of Montreal. 
Principal.— Rev. Canon Henderson, D.D. 
Secretary, Bursar and Registrar.— George Rogers, Esq. 
Treasurer. — C. Garth, Esq. 

VII. Wycliffe College, Toronto. Affiliated to the University of Toronto. 

"Visitoks.— The Right Rev. the Bishops of Toronto, Enron, Montreal, Algcma and 
Saskatchewan. 

Chairman of the Council.— Col. Gzowski, A.D.C. 

Principal.— Rev. J. P. Sheraton, D.D. 

Secretary.— Mr. N. W. Hoyles. 

Treasurers.— Hon. S. H. Blake, Q. C, and S. Caldecott, Esq. 

Dean, Registrar and Librarian. — Rev. H. J. Hamilton. 

Faculty.— Exegesis of the Scriptures and Biblical and Systematic Theology, Rev. 
J. P. Sheraton, D.D. ; Apologetics and Liturgies, Rev. George McKinnon Wrong 
B.A. ; Homiletics, Pastoral Theology and Christian Ethics, Rev. Frederick Berber, 
DuVernet ; Ecclesiastical History and Patristics, Rev. Heber James Hamilton, B.A. 



CHURCH PAPERS. 

The Dominion Churchman. Weekly. Toronto. Subscription, $1.00 per annum, in 
advance. 

The Evangelical Churchman. Weekly. Toronto. Subscription, $1.00 per annum, 
In advance. 

The Church Guardian. Weekly. Montreal. Subscription, $1.50 per annum. 

Canadian Missionary and Church and Home Magazine. Monthly. Toronto. Sub- 
scription, 50 cents per annum. 

Canadian Church Magazine and Mission News. Monthly. Hamilton. Subscrip- 
tion, $1.00 per annum. 



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2d% CITY DIRECTORY. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 



NEW- YORK CITY. 

The Rt. Rev. Henry Codman Potter, D.D., LL.D., Bishop; Office, 29 Lafayette pi. 
TheRt. Rev. G. T. Bedell, D.D., "The Dakota," Eighth av. and Seventy-second. 

Adamson, William S 130 East Forty-fifth. 

Albert, Martin , Cor. Thames and New Church. 

Allen, Sturges Av. C and Fourth. 

Anketell, John 28 West Fifteenth. 

Arnold, Otis 128 East Forty-seventh st. 

Appleton, J. H 29 Lafayette pi. 

Babcock, E. W 551 Fifth av. 

Bache, John O 5 East 125th. 

Backus, B. E., D.D 360 West Twenty-eighth. 

Baker, Geo. Stuart St. Luke's Hospital, 54th et. n. 5th av. 

Bairows, A. J Fordham. 

Baum, H. M P. O. Box 1839. 

Baumann, Harry Trinity Chapel. 

Beach, Alfred B., D.D 346 West Twentieth. 

Belcher, C 1321 Fifth av. 

Benedict, Edward 226 West Forty-fifth. 

Bishop, Hutchins C 235 West Forty-seventh. 

Bonham, J. W 2 Bible-House. 

Boone, Thomas 89 Clinton pi. 

Booth, Robert C 20 East Forty-third. 

Bott.ome, George H Grace House, 802 Broadway. 

Bouland, L 853 Broadway. 

Brewster, Benjamin 220 East Twenty -third. 

Brodnax, Merriwether 140 Broadway. 

Brooks, Arthur 209 Madison av. 

Brown, Abbott 16 Waverley pi. 

Brown, J. Hutchings 85 White. 

Brown, John W., D.D 1 West Fifty-third. 

Brown, P. A. H , St. John's Chapel, Varick st. 

Brown, Thomas McK. ... , 226 West Forty-fifth. 

Bruce, Vandervoort 457 West Twenty-third. 

Buel, Clarence 29 Lafayette pi. 

Buel, Samuel, D.D 344 West Eighteenth. 

Butler, Alford A 128 East Forty-seventh. 

Butler, G. H. H 126 East Twenty-ninth. 

Chalmers, James V 96 Fourth av. 

Chamberlain, John 68 Seventh 

Chamberlaine, Henry 83 West Eighty-third. 

Cherbuliez, David 256 Willis av. 

Chetwood, F. B 26 Bible-House. 

Clarkson, A. Vallete 112 East Twenty-third. 

Clendening, Frank M 1269 Madison av. 

Colt, Anson T ...137 East 116th st. 

Compton, F. S., D.D Station C, Bank st. 

Cooke, Scott M... City. 

Cookman, John E., D.D 471 West Twenty-second. 

Cornish, John J . Calvary Chp., East Twenty-third. 

Cowley, Edward 223 East Eighty-eighth. 

Cox.GeorgeC 18 West 122d st. 

Cushmaa, G. F., D.D 47 Lafayette pi. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 253 

New York City— continued. 

Darby, Henry 101 West Forty-first. 

Davenport, J. R., S.T.D 212 East Sixteenth. 

DeBeaumont, E. B 237 We*t Fortieth. 

De Costa, B. F., D.D Office, 222 Waver] ey pi. 

DeGarmo, C. H 23 East Seventy-sixth. 

Dennis, Frederick W 59 Wall. 

Denniston, J. A 12 Clinton pi. 

Derbyshire, A.J West-Farms. 

Dix, Morgan, S.T.D. , D.C.L 27 West Twenty-fifth. 

Dod, Robert S 330 East Thirteenth. 

Donald, E. Winchester, D.D 7 West Tenth. 

Drumm, Thomas. M.D 22 State. 

Duffie, Cornelius R., D.D 263 Lexingtonav. 

Dunn, Ballard S P. O Box 3185. 

Dunnell, William N., D.D 292 Henry. 

Dyer, Heman, D.D 2 Bible-House. 

Eaton, Arthur W. H 38 East tenth. 

Eaton, Theodore A., D.D 130 West Thirteenth. 

Eddy, Clayton " The Windermere," West 57th «t. 

Eigenbrodt, William E., D.D 127 West Thirteenth. 

Evans, D. J 428 Madison av. 

Evarts, Prescott 49 West Twentieth. 

Fawcett, J. G... 38 Bleecker. 

Flagg, Edward O., D.D 270 West Seventieth. 

Flagg, J. B., D.D 253 West Forty-second. 

Forbes, Alex 113 Warburton av., Yonkers, 

French, W. G 43 East 112th. 

Fulton, John, D.D .... 2 Bible-House. 

Gallaudet. Thomas, D.D 9 West Eighteenth. 

Gassner, Geo. S . . . . 220 East Twenty-third. 

Geer, William M 29 Vesey. 

Goodwin, E. H. C... Governor's Island. 

Graham, R. R 208 East Seventeenth. 

Graham, S. T 337 West 145th st. 

Greer, David H., D.D 342 Madison av. 

Griffith, George T 114 West Forty-first. 

Grueber, Roland E 428 East Fifty-eighth. 

Guilbert, Edmund, D.D 781 Madison av. 

Gurteen, S. Humphreys 155 West Forty-eighth. 

Hall, Randall C, S.T.D 245 West Forty-eighth. 

Hamilton, Charles A 169 East Sixty-ninth. 

Harris, Thos. R., D.D 1446 Washington av. 

Hart, A. Bloomer 43 West Forty-seventh. 

Hayden, Richard M 110th st. and Tenth av. 

Hayward, Richard 37 West Thirty-ninth. 

Heath, J. G. B 75Morton. 

Hepburn, Geo. G 38 Bleecker. 

Hill, Joseph W 29 Vesey. 

Hilliard, Samuel H 205 Westchester Park. 

Hitchings, H. B 108 East 128th. 

Hoffman, C. F., D.D 51 West Fifty-third. 

Hoffman, E. A., D.D 1 Chelsea square. 

Holcombe, Theo. 1 346 West Fifty fifth. 

Holden, Robert Boston Road, Morrisania. 

Holt, Charles J Fordham. 

Hooper, William B 105 East Houston. 

Hopkins, J. Henry 29 Lafayette pi. 

Hoskins, Edward C 43 East 112th st. 

Houghton, E. C 1 East Twenty-ninth. 

Houghton, George H., D.D 1 East Twenty-ninth. 

Howes, Reuben, D.D 40 West Ninth. 

Huckel, William 134 East 115th. 

Hushes, Thomas P., D.D 117 East Seventy-sixth. 

Hull, Albeit S 1030 Forest av., Morrisania. 



254 CITY DIRECTORY. 

New York City— continued. 

Huntington, James O. S Av. C and Fourth. 

Huntington, W. R., D.D Rectory, 804 Broadway. 

Hyland, T. A .341 West Houston. 

James, Charles I Calvary Church. 

Jefferis, Mortimer T 12? East Twenty-third. 

Jennings, Joseph B 47 East Twenty-first. 

Johnson, W. E St. Chrysostom 1 s Chapel. 

Judge, Arthur H 360 West Thirtieth. 

Keeling, Robert J., D.D Clergy House, 29 Lafayette pi. 

Keith, Ormes B 44 Stuyvesant. 

Kemp, Robert M 61 Church. 

Kenney, Edward 70 Ave. C. 

Kenney, James E 12 Cooper Union. 

Kenyon, Ralph Wood 1076 Madison av. 

Kettell, E. H., D.D St. Ann's Rectory, East 138th. 

Kimber, Arthur C, S.T.D St. Augustine's, 105 E. Houston. 

Kimber, Joshua 22 Bible-House. 

Kirkby, Henry M St. Thomas 1 Church. 

Kramer, John W., M.D 2182 Fifth av. 

Krans, E. H.,LL.D 71 Irving pi. 

Langford, Wm. S., D.D ..22 Bible-House. 

Lewis, William H 127 Madison av. 

Lines, S. Gregory 65 East Eighty-ninth. 

Locke, Jesse A 34 Varick. 

Loring, H. H. ... 82 West 105th. 

Lowry, Robert 152 East Sixtieth. 

Lubeck, Henry 353 West Fifty-seventh st. 

Ludlum, Nicholas F 38 Bleecker. 

Ludlum, William S., M.D City. 

Mackay-Smith, Alexander, D.D Office, 29 Laf. pi., res., 772 Madison av. 

Magill, G. E 61 Church. 

Maguire, Isaac 21 Coenties slip. 

Malcom, Charles H., D.D 22 Bible-House. 

Mallory, Geo. S., D.D 47 Lafayette pi. 

Masker, W. A Station T, Tiemont, 

Mason, Arthur 152 West Fifty-seventh. 

Mayer, G. W Charity Hospital, Black-well's Island. 

Maynard, Newiand, D.D 130 Fifth av. 

Maxwell, J. L 214 East Fourteenth 

McAlister, A. A 24 West Thirty-second. 

McKira, Haslett, Jr 9 West Nineteenth. 

Mead, George N 244 East Nineteenth. 

Millett, James Ill Secord av. 

Mitchell, Walter 254 West 100th. 

Morgan, Brockholst 15 East Nineteenth. 

Morgan, D. Parker, D.D 51 West Forty-fifth. 

Morrill, C. W Gilsey House. 

Morton, J. Lester St. Luke's Hospital. 

Mottet, Henry 47 West Twentieth. 

Mulchahey, James, D.D 29 Vesey. 

Nancrede, H. W 41 East Nineteenth. 

Neil, Edward W . 1321 Fifth av. 

Nelson, George Francis 29 Lafayette pi. 

Newbold, William A 30 Bible-House. 

Newton, R. Heber, D.D Church, 139 West Forty-eighth. 

Niles, Charles M 71 East 128th st. 

Odell, Daniel I 29 Vesey. 

Oertel, Frederick 437 West Fifty -first. 

Oliver, A., D.D 405 West Twentieth. 

Pace, Alberto 307 Mulberry. 

Patey. John T St. Luke's Church, Hudson st. 

Pecke, E. M 14 Astor pi. 

Perkins, Newton 65 East Fifty-second. 

Peters, Thomas M., D.D Broadway, cor. West 101st. 



CITY DIRECTORY* ^55 

JV&w York City— continued. 

Pott, William H.,Ph.D St. Thomas' ChapeL 

Pratt, G. S i ,.H9 West 114th. 

Pratt, H. L. E ., ............ 1017 Lexington av. 

Pi-escott, O. S ...... . .-.- 1 East Twenty-ninth. 

Pringle J. Maxwell . .. .... 29 Lafayette $1. 

Prottitt, C. C ................. ........... .38 Bleecker. 

Radcliffe, William , , 141 West Forty-fifth. 

Rainsford, W. S , D.D........ .209 East Sixteenth. 

Rathbtin, Granville A . .%>.•»* .-..;.» .St. Luke's Hospital. 

Ray, D. Brainard 210 East 116th. 

Reed, H. Morton -. . 156th St., near Grand Boulevard* 

Richey, Thomas, D.D ...... ,407 West Twentieth. 

Rider, George T 150 East Forty-eighth. 

Ritchie, Arthur ..... ............ .56 West Fortieth. 

Roberts, John J., D.B 148 Madison av. 

Roche, OlinS .. 354 West Twentieth. 

Royce, A. L ^ .......... ..U. S. SS. Minnesota. 

Rylance, J. H., D.D ■.-. 11 Livingston pi. 

Satterlee, Henry Y., D.B. 103 East Twenty-fir&t. 

Scadding, Charles .. 130 Stanton. 

Schwab, L. H .101 Lawrence. 

Seabury, William J., S.T.D. .144 West Fourteenth. 

Shackelford, John W., D.D . 108 East Eighty-fifth. 

Shipman, J. S., D.D., D.C.L .169 Fifth av. 

Sill, Thomas H , 204 West Thirty-nmth, 

Smith, Cornelius B., D.D ^ ............ 101 East Sixty-ninth. 

Smith, Victor C 841 East 165th st. 

Spencer, J. A., S.T.D. .............2 Bible-House. 

Spong, J. J. Rowan 222 Waverley pi. 

Stanger, I. Newton, D.D 18 West 122d st. 

Starr, Reginald H., D.D .....St. Thomas' Church. 

Steen, John F 261 West Forty-second. 

Sterling, Gilbert H Trinity School. 

Stevens, C. Ellis, D.C.L , 37 Bible-House. ■ 

Stirling, Walter A., LL.D 170 Spring. 

Sturges, Isaac C .347 West Forty-eighth. 

Swope, C. E., D.D ..... . Trinity Chapel, 25th st. near B'Wa^ 

Tatlock, Henry . ... ............ 46 East Forty -third. 

Taylor, J. Rice.... .. t ..38 Bleecker. 

Tenney, A. F .. 2 Bible-House. 

Tiffany, C. C, D.D 37 East Thirty-ninth. 

Townsend, S. BeLancey 128 West Seventy -eighth. 

Tracy, U. T 230 East Fiftieth. 

Treat, Charles R.... 171 West Ninety-seventh. 

True, Edward H , . 157 West Twenty-first. 

Tuttle, Isaac H., D.D 218 West Forty-sixth. 

Van Bokkelen, L. M ............ 37 East Thirty-ninth. 

Van DeWater, Geo. R., D.D . 34 West 130th. 

Van Rensselaer. M., D.D., LL.D St. Nicholas pi., 151st, 

Van Winkle, Edward H 25 West Ninth. 

Walker, R. J 34 Pike. 

Wallace. John S., Chaplain U.S.N Harvard Club. 

Ward, Caleb T 167 West Forty-ninth. 

Warren, E. Walpole 46 East Forty-third. 

Wasson, James B 154 Nassau st. 

Weaver. Joshna 14 Astor pi. 

Webb, Benjamin b 39 West Eighty-third. 

Weeks, William H , , 55 Prospect pi. 

Weston, D. C, D.D 2 Rutherford pi. 

Wildes, George D., D.D, LL.D Riverdale P.O. 

Williams, John W 46 Vanck. 

Williams, T. C, M.D 150 East Eighty-sixth. 

Willing, M. E 1751 Madison av. 

Wilson, Henry, D.D ,207 East Sixteenth, 



W6 €ITT mUEVTORT. 



Mew Ywk City—mntmwed. 

Wilsmi, W. Mpi-phsmm: ......... j , . ',. ..,. . 47 Lafayette p3. 

Wilson, WMliam T . « Kingsbriige. 

WiswaM, Alval *„*i^i..- ..City. 

Wittmeyer, A, V,.,, ...... .. ....30 West Twesty-see®^#., 

Woolsey, M. i* , ...... „....„ §0 West 132d st. 

Wright, D. G. ? L>.I>. .. .. m West Nineteenth. 

Wright Robert E. ..... ..... 126 East Tenth. 

Young, Geo. H . . .. ... St. Lvke's Hospital. 

YouBg, H. St, ©. ... ................. . . 119 Ea&t ESgkfcy-fiftfa. 



ALBANY, ». Y. 

QThe Rt. ReT. Wslliam Ckmwklv Doahb, ShTJ>. r Bishop,. 29 Xlfe. 

BattershalS, WaMom W., D.I> ........ M Lodge. 

Bevington,. J. A . ...SI Lodger. 

Chapman, Edgar T .......... . Troy Roa*l. 

Fulcher T Thomas B ,...4Pjne. 

Gray, F. M ............. ....6 South Hgwfe. 

Reese, J. JL-Jvingsten,. IXI>. .* 80 Lancaster. 

Robbkss, W. I* . 52 S. Swan. 

Schwartz, Dayid L. .... ......... — 498 Clinton av, 

Selkirk, E#ward ................ ...... ....!§ Trinity pi. 

Shreve, Rietais? ;nd ... .. 189 North Pearl 

Temple. Richard ....SSI State. 

Webb, W. R 156 State. 

Wo^dms&n r Russell...... 36 Trinity pL 



BALTIMORE, MIX 

The Rt, Rer. William Pare^, !>.!>., LL.D., Bishop,. II *0 Madison m* 

Barker, WiMiam M 4M) North Carey. 

Brayshaw, Williana 418Gorsueh ay. 

Briseoe, James *?38 West Fayefcte. 

Buckey, E. L . Manoyer, near Barre. 

Butler, W. C... .. 'J0& Roland ay. 

t'lapp, Walter C ,... 816 Nortk Eutaw. 

Chipcl2ase T »I 294 South Charles. 

Christian, Eamund... ...... 1186 MeCullok. 

€lickner y George M , ... r ... 152 Wilson. 

Cole, B. H 723 Town&end at., Trem&n% m, 

Cranipto©, Savington W. 3022 Cathedral. 

3>ame, Wm. M 1409 Bolton. 

Be Lew, Lewis, I>.I>. r LL»D Chest€r, near Bid die-, 

0yer, H. Page §70 North Howard, 

Eccleston, J. Houston, IXB 910 St. Patzl. 

Forsyth, Robert W ....1614 Si Paul. 

Fugette, J. P.... ..220^ St. Paul. 

Gauss, Charles. ' 614 Souta Paca. 

Gernand, Robert H. Rolani av. 

Gibson, Frederick. 140^ MeCullofe. 

Grammer, J. E., D.J> , 1808 McCulloh. 

Gray, Edward P 1326 Jj. Moimt. 

Griffith, Charles C 827 Arlington ay. 

Griffith, Samuel H .. .827" Arlington ay/ 

Gri&wold, B. B., D.B .... ..Carroll Station. 

Harding, C. E 1023 Canton. 

Harding, J. B..... ,. ....1839 MeEIderry. 

flodges,J. S. B., S.T.B 24 Saratoga. 

Ingle, Edward H 2030 MeCnMob, j 

Kirkus. William, LL.B 1983 St. Paul, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 257 



Baltimore^ Jf&— continued. 

ILatrobe, B. H . . * . •. Wl Jackson square, 

Leakin, George A., §>.© 1812 Park av. 

Logie. JohnH . . , ...1729Gail£ord av. 

May, David ...... . •. Pratt, near Chester. 

Mayo, Robert A . 910 St. Paul. 

McElroy, Irving. .... . .232 Kortfc Carey. 

Miller, J, S 24 South Exeter. 

Murphy, William 722 North Gilmor. 

Paine, R. H , . . . .316 Eutaw. 

Pattison, Thomas .E -. . . 1612 Lexington. 

Plummer, George F. ..... . . 864 W. Lombard. 

Powell, Arthur C. £09 Park av. 

Prescott, Philip M .5 East Read. 

Rich, Lawson C -«. . . . . .8 16 Eutaw . 

Hichardson, S. McD P.O. Box 764. 

Rose, John ? East Lexington. 

Sams, J. Jmlras, B.D 624 Gilmor. 

Stone, George Barker 816 Eutaw. 

Stryker, A. P 624 West Bld&le. 

Stubbs, Francis H Waveriey. 

Tarrant, Henry.... .1222 Park av. 

"Turner, Wm. R 1433 Park av. 

Williams, Walter W., ©.B 1014 St. Paul. 

Wroth, Peregrine -. .686 N. Calvert 



BOSTON, MASS. 

The Rt. Rev. Benjamin Henry Paddock, D.D., Bishop 26 Cnestnul. 

Allen, Fredericks . 132 Marlborough. 

Allen, Henry F 200 Beacon. 

Bliss, W. D. P.... 426 Broadway, South Boston, 

Brent, Charles H .. . 44 Temple. 

Brooks, Phillips, D*D 233 Clarendon. 

Brooks, W. H.,D.D 88 Chambers. 

Browne, Percy 30 Millmont, Boston Highlands. 

Chamberlain, N. H „ ... ......28 Princeton, East Boston. 

Clarke, Jonas B 803 Broadway, South Boston. 

Codman, Archibald . Roslindale * 

Converse, George S 98 Cedar, Boston Highlands. 

Cunningham, H. C > 182 Falmouth. 

Degen, H. V 30 Worcester. 

Frisby, William B 37 Brimmer. 

George, Albert IT 49 G St., South Boston, 

Gray, Andrew ...........3 Haynes' Park. 

Gray, Horatio 24 Mt. Vernon. 

Hall, A. C. A 44 Temple. 

Harris, W. J 136 Tremont. 

Hewlett, John C — Argo House. Roslindale. 

Hilliard, S. H 545 Columbus av. 

Kidner, Reuben 16 Brimmer. 

Lambert, Thomas R., D.D Hotel Oxford. 

Lindsay, J. S., D.D 283 Marlborough. 

Mills, John A 6 Centre, Boston Highlands. 

Monro, H. Usher 150 Princeton, East Boston. 

Moorehouse, A. B 9 Marlborough. 

Osborne, Edward 44 Temple. 

Palmer, Edmund B 5 Alpine, Boston Highlands. 

Parks, Leighton 125 Marlborough. 

Peirce, Joshua R Cottage st., Dorchester. 

Prescott, George J 218 Tremont. 

Prescott, Oliver S 22 Stanford. 



258 CITY DIRECTORY* 

Boston^ Mass.— continued. 

Prime, Augustus. ......... Brighton. 

Roberts, W. Dewees.. ............. , 16 Brimmer. 

SaltoDstall, L. W West Quincy st., Dorchester.^ 

Searing, S. Stanley . Huntington House, Cortes st. 

Shearman, S. U. . Jamaica Plain. 

Slafter, Edmund F. F. . , ,.■;,. ...... .249 Berkeley. 

Smith, Roland C 77 Marlborough. 

Smith, Walter E. C ...... 23 Warren. 

Sprague, Phiio W , 4 Cedar, Charlestown. 

Spencer, Wm.C .,..'. Advent Clergy House, Brimmer si. 

Torbert, Henry M 44 Temple. 

Ward, Julius H . Herald Office. 

Washburn, Alfred F 766 Fourth, South Boston, 

Welling, Alden , Church of the Advent. 

Whitternore, C. T. ... . 18 King, Dorchester. 

William, Wm. M Dorchester. 

Winslow, William C., D.C.L 525 Beacon. 

Wright, Arthur H..„, Mayfield st., Dorchester, 



BROOKLYN, N. Y. 

Alsop, Reese F., D.D. ... ... .... .79Remsen st. 

Bacchus. JohnG., D.D 239 Gates av. 

Baker, Charles R. 244 Washington aT„ 

Bancroft, L. W., D.D 323 Clinton. 

Bellinger, W. W 5 Union pi. 

Boss, N. R - .-, 56 Arlingron av. 

Boyd. Melville 425 Seventh. 

Bradley. E. A., D.D 297 DeKalb av. 

Breed. Geo. F St. John's pi. 

Brewster, Chauncey B 53 Remsen. 

Browne, Charles L 161 Fifiy-second. 

Bonn, Albert C, M.D 608 Fourth av. 

Campbell, J. B , 1537 Pacific. 

Cars-tensen, G. A... 140 Lincoln pi. 

Corn well, Henry B., D.D 410 Macon. 

Darlington, James H., Ph.D ,*. 481 Bedford av., E. D. 

Dorman, Lester M 34 Tompkins pi. 

Drowne, T. Stafford, D.D... Flatbush. 

Fiske, W. A., LL.D 833 Clinton. 

Fitch, William T 186 Adelphi. 

Fieming. D. L St. Barnabas' Church. 

Forbes, Arthur 80 Stockholm. 

Grosvenor, William M Grace Church. 

Hail, C. H.. D.D 157 Montague. 

Harris, H. Richard 229 Monroe. 

Haskins, Samuel M., D.D 150 South Fifth st., E. D. 

Homer, C. W 73 St. James 1 pi. 

Hubbard, Warren C .. .343 Clinton. 

Hyde, William 464 Herkimer. 

Ivie,C. W 265 Ewen st, E. D. 

Johnson, Daniel, V. M., D.D. Classon av. corner Willoughby av. 

Jones J. Clarence 1208 Bushwick av. 

Kenyon R. Wood 43 Halsey. 

Maguire, Hugh 82 Woodhull. 

McCliirtock, T 126Chmerst. 

McGuffey, E. M 171 Columbia Heights. 

Nies James B 41 7 Clinton. 

Oliver, Turner B 119 St. James pi. 

Page, R. O 442 Eighth. 

Parker, Lindsay 345 State. 



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Brooklyn, N. F.— continued. 

Parker, Stevens, S.T.D ' 555 Pacific. 

Pendleton, R. E 1220 Pacific. 

Pycott, Thomas S 720 President. 

Riddel, H. O 37 Second pi. 

Roche, S. S..* 40 Grace Court. 

Russell, Lorenzo S 84 South Fifth. 

Scudder, Henry T 187 Berkeley pi. 

Snowden, R. B 81 St. Mark's a v. 

Spafard, Henry A 156 Halsey. 

Stanton, J. A 858 President. 

Sterling, Gilbert H 13 \ Cambridge pi. 

Stevens, C. E., LLD , D.C.L 214 Berkeley pi. 

Tenney, A. F 262 Henry. 

Tighe, Richard H. L 219 High. 

Tripp, Ferris 335 Clinton av. 

Tunnel, William V 270 Tillary. 

Twing, C. L 185Marcy av., E. D. 

Walbridge, Henry B., D.D 215 Carroll. 

West, F. E 407 Pacific. 

Whitaker, Arthur 108 Kent, Greenpoint. 

Williams, P., D.D Hotel St. George. 



BUFFALO, N. Y. 

The Rt. Rev. A. Cleveland Coxe, D.D., LL.D., Bishop. See House, 314 Delaware av. 

Adams, Henry A 239 Delaware av. 

Ballard, George Grey 42 Tracy. 

Berry, Thomas B 11 LeRoy av. 

Fidler, Arthur J Crandall House. 

Fuller, Samuel Richard 487 Pearl. 

Granger, Francis 115 Fifteenth. 

Hitchcock, W. A., D.D 52 North Pearl. 

Hyde, M. C 17 Utica. 

Jones, W. M 298 Main. 

McCleary, J. Alex 128 Pearl. 

Lobdell, Francis, D.D 998 Main. 

North, Walter.. ..83 Fourteenth. 

Perkins, John H 3fi9 Fulton. 

Smith, Charles H The Huron. 

Van Dyke, Louis B 1364 Niagcira. 

Wrigley, C. F. J 86 Vermont. 



CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 

Abbott, E 11 Dana. 

Allen, A. V. G., D.D 2 Phillips' pi. 

Coolidge, J. I. T., D.D Brewster pi. 

Gushes, E. M 30 Lee. 

Haskins, David G., D.D 839 Main. 

Haynes, Henry H 36 Wallace. 

Kellner, M. Lindsay Epis. Theol. School. 

Lawrence, William, D.D Brattle. 

Nash, II. S , Acacia. 

Parker, Charles P 60 Shepard. 

Parker, H. A 6 Mason. 

Spalding, James F., D.D 13 Follen. 

Steenstra, P. H., D.D Hawthorn. 



260 CITY DIRECTORY. 

CHARLESTON, S. C. 

The Rt. Rev. W. B. W. Howe, D.D., 77Rutledge av. 

Campbell, W.H.... . » 67 Ashley. 

Green, J. Mercier » 38 Wentworth. 

Johnson, John .58 Church. 

Memminger, R* Withers 23 Legare. 

Page, W. J .. .......! 10 Beaufain. 

Pinckney. C. C, D.D . . . 2 Ladson court. 

Pollard, I. H. M . St. Mark's. 

Porter, A. T., D.D , .... Porter Academy. 

Porter, Theo. A . Porter Academy. 

Prentiss, Wm. O ...9Lamboll. 

Trapier, R. S .29 Savage. 

Welch, J. V 40Bee. 

Wilson, R., D.D 4Wragg. 

CHICAGO, ILL. 

The Rt. Rev. William Edward McLaren, D.D., D.C.L., Bishop, 255 Ontario. 

Adams, Charles J .. 56 Campbell Park. 

Bishop, Edwin R. 864 West Monroe. 

Bixby, Charles H 4926 Lake av. 

Carr, J. A St. Luke's Hospital. 

Cory. Thomas T.... Seventy-fifth. 

Delafield, Walter, D. D 4333 Ellis av. 

DeWitt, W. C 790 Washington Boulevard. 

Dunham, F. B 5737 Madison av. 

Edsall,S.C 10 Lane pi. 

Estabrook, W. W 537 LaSalle av. 

Gold, W. J., S.T.D Western Theo. Sem., 1113 Washing- 

Gorrell, A. V . .**% 475 Oakley av. [ton Boulevard. 

Granger, H. C 6014 Peoria av. 

Gregg, F. M . 778 Dania av. 

Hall, F. J Western Theo. Sem.,1113 Washington 

Hedm&n, John [Boulevard. 

Hines, Thomas .280 Sedgwick. 

^udd, Henderson 185 Aldine sq, 

Kinney, H. C 809 Forty-seventh. 

Knapp, George W .... ....3819 Michigan av. 

Knowles, J . H 2009 Wabash av. 

Larrabee, E. A ...... .405 Dearborn av. 

Lindskog, Herman 97 Sedgwick. 

Locke, Clinton, D.D. 2324 Prairie av. 

Molier,|Cari N 365 West Taylor. 

Moore, Henry G , . . .3533 Champlain. 

Moore, Walter H . 975 West Monroe. 

Morrison, T. N 260 Ashland av. 

Pardee, Luther. 18 South Peoria. 

Perry, Henry G 79 North Oakley av. 

Petrie, William S 700 Fullerton av . 

Phiilipps, T.^D 3115Wallace. 

Rushton, Joseph . . 6356 Lexington av. 

Scaife, H. W 975 Midland av. 

Tate, Colin C . Englewood. 

Thompson, James E 8250 Butterfield. 

Throop, M. H., Jr 531 LaSalleav. 

Todd, Geo. S 18 S. Peoria. 

Tuckerman, Gustavus ...23 South Benedict Flats. 

Upjohn, R. R 537 LaSalleav. 

Vibberr, William H., S.T.D 385 Ontario. 

Wilson, Wm. White 30 Aldine sq. 



CITY DIRECTORY. 261 

CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

The Rt. Rev. Boyd Vincent, S.T.D., Bishop, 12 College Building, Cincinnati, Ohio, 

Baker, Frank W. . Covington, Ky. 

Baker, Walter, D.D Covington, Ky. 

Benedict, Samuel, D.D Cor. Seventh and Plum. 

Blake, A. F Avondale. 

Brown, Lewis Cor. Findlay and Baymiller sts, 

Cox, David W Madisonville. 

Ely, John H College Hill. 

Forrest, Douglas F., D.D Clifton. 

Gibson, Robert A 126 East Fifth. 

Ladd, Henry M 8 Crown St., Walnut Hills, 

McGee, Wm. H Covington, Ky. 

Melish, T. J 181 Walnut. 

Norton, E. L Episcopal Rooms. 

Page, Richard 378 Chapel St. 

Pise, C. T. A Hamilton, O. 

Pise, David, D.D Glendale, O. 

Rhodes, D. W Mt. Auburn. 

Tinsley, Peter Walnut Hills. 

Walkley,C.S Winton pi. 

Wilmer, C. B Room 68, Johnston Building, 

CLEVELAND, OHIO. 

The Rt. Rev. William A. Leonard, D.D., Bishop, 

A ves, Henry D 22 Franklin court. 

Bates, Cyrus S., D.D 418 Case av. 

Bolles, James A., D.D 508 Cedar av. 

Burton, Lewis, D.D. . . • 350 Franklin. 

Chariot, N. P Collamer. 

Cornwall, N. Ellsworth 706 Scranton av. 

Duerr, John W. C 357 Orange. 

Hall, Francis M 72 Liberty. 

Lyle, Thomas The Rectory, Madison av, 

Mann, A. W 123 Arlington. 

Morgan, L. C East Cleveland. 

Morgan, Y. Peyton ; Trinity Parish House. 

Munson, F. M Euclid pi. 

Putnam, A. B , 1649 Euclid av. 

Shepherd, Joseph B 400 Cedar av. 

Worthmgton, E. W y Rectory, 84 Huron. 

DAVENPORT, IOWA. 

Rt. Rev. William Stevens Perry, D.D., LL.D., Bishop, cor. Brady and Eleventh, 

Barris. Willis H., D.D Ely House, cor. Main and Twelfth. 

Downing, Elijah H 1118 Rock Island. 

Garrett, D. Claiborne Trinity Rectory, Brady n. Seventh. 

Hale, Charles R., D.D., LL.D., Dean Cathedral Close. 

Kellogg, Charles H 406 Brady. 

Wolcott, P. C Kemper*Hall, cor. Main and Eleventh, 

DETROIT, MICH. 

TheRt. Rev. Thomas F/;Davies, D.D., Bishop. 

Arthur, Louis A 86 Howard. 

Blanchard, Joseph N St. John's Rectory, 

Cary, C. A , 1022 Fourteenth av. 



262 CITY DIRECTORY* 

Detroit, Mich.— continued. 

Clark, Ruf us W., 3l ............ ... 767 WoodWard av » 

Cooper, R. O ...56 Brad v. 

Frisbie, Stephen W » , 20 Myrtle. 

Hamilton, E. B . .** 341 Fort W. Detroit)* 

Hastings, A. A. W 58 Hastings. 

Hastings, Warren .... „ 58 Jefferson av. Terrace 

Hooff, Douglas «, . ..„ 112 Adelaide. 

Hoskin,R H 367 Trumball av. 

Johnson, Joseph H Christ Church Rectory. 

McCarroll, John, M-D .37 Washington av. 

Munday, John St. Aubin and Mullett st£. 

Osborne, W, H 751 Fifth av. 

Peters, G. E 359 Lafayette av. 

Rogers, L. C 671 Congress 4 

Skinner, G. M . 58 Elizabeth. 

Thrush, J.W 107 Eighteenth. 

Wilson, W. Warne 69 Theodore. 

Younghusband, Lancelot, LL.D 79 Elizabeth, W. 

Ziegler, Paul 155 East Adams a?. 



HARTFORD, CT. 

Beckvvith, t. T., Ph.D Trinity College. 

Bingham, J. F., D.D i 484 Farmington av* 

Bradin, James W 36 Allen pi. 

Bard, James J 149 High. 

Clark, George H., D.D 125 Washington* 

Ferguson, Henry 123 Vernon. . 

Goodwin, Francis 103 Woodland. 

Hart, Samuel, D.D....... Trinity College* 

Huntington, John T 15 Clinton. 

Luther, F. S , 74 Vernon. 

McCook, J. J \ 114 Main. 

Pynchon, Thomas R., D.D., LL.D. 90 Vernon. 

Seymour, S. O 120 Sigourney. 

Simonson, L. . . 218 Main 

Smith, G. Williamson, D.D., LL.D 115 Vernon. 

Stone. Willis H 924 Main. 

Tomkins. Floyd W., Jr 6 Winthrop. 

Warner George R 60 Capen. 

Watson, J. H 56 Wethersfield av. 

Whittlesey^ Elisha 37 Spring. 



JERSEY CITY AND HOBOKEN, N. J\ 

Battin, S. H...., ... ..» 73 Ocean av. 

Bennitt, Geo. S 268 Second. 

Brush, William P.. » 39 Duncan av. 

Cameron, James ... 4 331 Webster aV. 

Capron, Alexander 181 Carteret a v. 

Chapman. Chalmers D 83 Wingfleld av.. 

Greaves, Frederick. ...... . .184 Summit av., Jersey City. 

Houghton, George G 279 Washingron, Hoboken. 

Jenvey, William R..,. , 318 Hudson, Hoboken. 

Kershiw Edmund „..- 449 Jersey av , Jersey City. 

Lord, J. C 134 Mercer, Jersey City. 

MaisoU, William E....... 95 Summit av., Jersey City Heights* 1 



CITY DIRECTORY, 263 

Jersey City\and Hoboken, JW. J".— continued . 

Mead, George N West Hoboken. 

Moffotr, George H 104 Sixth, Hoboken. 

Mortimer, F. E. 4i9 Jersey av., Jersey City. 

Nook, J. A * ... 173 Grand, Jersey City. 

Phelps, B. R; 20 Laidlaw av., Jersey City. 

Post, R. B ..230 Hudson, Hoboken. 

Rice, Spencer M., D.D . , 184 Summit av. , Jersey City Heights. 

Stoddard, E. L., Ph.D 95 Summit av., Jersey City Heights. 

Warren, Daniel F., D.D 601 Pavonia av., Jersey City Heights. 



LOUISVILLE, KY. 

The Rt. Rev. T. U. Dudley, D.D., Bishop of the Diocese, 716 Third av. 
The Rt. Rev. C. C. Penick, D.D. (late Bishop of Cape Palmas), 115 West Kentucky, 

Anderson, N. B., M.D 1101 W. Jefferson. 

Barnwell, Stephen E 1113 W. Jefferson. 

Benton, M. M., Jr Church Home, Morton av* 

Betts, George C >. .. .321 Gray. 

Cavanah, W. H 802 Washington. 

Craik, Charles E Christ Church. 

Freeman, A. F 823 West Broadway. 

Gordon, Percy St. Paul's Church. 

Helm, J. T„ M.D 711 East Broadway. 

Hobbs, D. J Good Shepherd Orphanage. 

Minnigerode, J. G 121 East Breckinridge. 

Perkins, E. T., D.D N. W. cor. Sixth and Walnut, 

Peters, Roger H Christ Church. 

Smith, George G 3522 High av. 

Waller, G.C.... ... 1822 West Chestnut. 



MILWAUKEE, WIS. 

The Rt. Rev. Cyrus F. Knight, D.D., D.C.L., Bishop, Clergy House, 222 Juneau av s 

Ashley, W. B., D.D 645 Astor. 

Babbitt, Dean Richmond, LL.D 330 Madison. 

Jenner, E. L 583 Fourth. 

Keene, David, D.D , . . , 294 Greenbush. 

Lester, Charles S 216 Martin. 

Richardson, Edwin G Plankinton House* 

Safford, Henry 675 Marshall. 

St. George, H. B 233 Lyon. 

St. George, H. B., Jr 637 Marshall. 

Williams, G. Mott The Cathedral. 

Wright, E. P., D.D 2212 Wells. 



NEWARK, N. J. 

Boggs, Edward B., D.D 265 Broad. 

Christian, G. M 960 Broad. 

Durand, C. B 93 Belleville av. 

Gallaudet, S. H 5 Wakeman av. 

Goodwin, Hannibal Montclair av. 

Granberry, Stephen H 384 Sussex a v. (Roseville), 

Hobbie, Reeve 388 Washington av. 

Lechner,A 79 Charlton: 

Mead, Charles H , 960 Broad. 



264 CITY DIRECTORY, 

Newark, N, «/".— continued. 

Miller, JohnS Broad and State, 

Potter, John F., M.D East Newark. 

Reed, J. Saunders 6 Park pi. 

Roberts, Wm. J St. Paul's Church Rectory. 

Rockstroh, Johannes Cor. West Kinney and Charlton. 

Small, Edwin F 256 Clinton av. 

Stansbury, J. Nicholas 81 Congress. 

Webbe, W. T .207 South Sixth, 

Wood, A. L Woodside. 

NEW HAVEN, CT. 

Alcott,G. A St. Paul's Church. 

Beardsley, E. E., D.D., LL.D 30 Elm. 

Brewster, Joseph Mt. Carmel. 

Brown, Alfred C 363 Crown. 

Cleveland, Edward H 267 Portsea. 

Garfield, N.L 118 Olive. 

Harwood, Edwin, D.D 36 Temple. 

Lines, Edwin S 55 Olive. 

Lusk, William, Jr North Haven, 

Means, Stewart 567 Orange. 

Morgan, George B 824 York, 

Nichols, Harry P 16 E lm . 

Packard, Geo. T 123 High. 

Sanford, Elihu T 81 Blatchley av. 

Sawyer, A. L St. Paul's Church. 

Sumner, Wm. G 140 Edwards. 

Vibbert, Wm. E., D.D 68 Grand av. 

Watkins, S. Halstead 135 Davenport av. 

Westermann, Charles East Haven. 

Whitney, Hobart B West Haven. 

NEW-ORLEANS, LA. 
The Rt. Rev. John Nicholas Galleher, D.D., Bishop £657 Carondelet. 

Bakewell, A. G 480 South Rampart. 

Cleburn, R C 148 Second st. 

Girault, John Francis 278 Esplanade. 

Goodrich, Charles, D.D 303 Louisiana av. 

Hedges, C. S., D.D 93 Delaronde. 

Hunter, E. W 116^ Esplanade sq. 

Martin, J. E 18 University pi. 

McCracken, William C 367 Canal. 

Morgan, P. A 634 Carondelet. 

Percival, John, D.D 206 Jackson av. 

Sossums, Davis .. ..226 Second. 

Snively ,W. A., D.D... 63 Chestnut. 

Tardy, A. J 154 Aline. 

Thompson, C. H., D.D 362^ Baronne. 

Waters, Henry H St. Paul's Church. 

Wiggins, S. M 36 Tchoupitoulas, 

Wilson, Oliver 25 Conery. 

PHILADELPHIA, PA. 
The Rt. Rev. Ozi William Whitaker, D.D., Bishop, 1102 Walnut. 

Adams, Richard S 2312 Colorado. 

Aigner, Martin 922 Spruce. 

Applet on, Samuel E., D.D 1804 DeLancey pi. 

Arnold, A. J 4811 Trinity pi. 

Ayer, William F , 1227 South Twenty-seventh, 

Baldy, Hurly 2107 Spruce. 






CITY DIRECTORY. 365 

Philadelphia^ Pa. s and vicinity— continued. 

Barnes, Reginald H k 600 North Thirty- second. 

Bartlett, Edward T., D.D > Fiftieth st. and Woodland av. 

Batten, L. W »; » .Hist st. and Hazel av. 

Batterson, H. G., D.D. . . 1229 Arch. 

Bawn, John G . Sixty-fifth and Hamilton. 

Belcher, EclmUnd C. 250 South Third. 

Betticher, Charles E . . . . . . , » 542 Lehigh av. 

Bonnell. Charles R.... ......Station I, Wissahickon. 

Bojer, Samuel H 120 Claymont. 

Boyle, A. H. ....743 Spruce. 

Bradley, Leverett.... 1217 Spruce. 

Briggs, N. L .....1836 Franklin. 

Bringhurst, George ....... . Locust av. , Germantown. 

Bronson, W. W ....... . .727 Spruce. 

Bryan, Henry B. Wayne and Harvey, Germantown. 

Buchanan, E. Y 6 , D.D 1738 Pine. 

Bugbee, Geo. F 2321 DeLancey pi. 

Burch, F. M . . b 406 Queen 

Burton, Gideon J 4007 Chestnut. 

Butler, CM., D.D.... 36 Tulpehocken, Germantown. 

Bi*3hnell, F. H 1255 S. Bread. 

Carroll, William R 1707 North Eighth. 

Chase, Dudley 716 North Fortieth. 

Childs, J» A., D.D 1102 Walnut. 

Clark, Fletcher .729 Coriuthian av. 

Clark, William J . .... 117 Maplewood av., Germantown. 

Conrad, T. K., D.D ....Wayne, Del. Co. 

Con vers, Duncan 2026 Cherry. 

Cooper, C. D., D.D.. . .. 2026 Spruce. 

Cope, E 1609 North Fifteenth. 

Corbett, Sidney, D.D 4051 Powelton av. 

Cowl, M. L . . .Catherine below Eighth. 

Craven, J. C. 752 North Fortieth. 

Currie, C. George, D.D........ In Europe. 

Daniel, C. S 2157 North Twenty eighth, 

Davidson, T. William 1704 Oxford. 

Davies, T. F., D.D..... 717 Pine. 

Dennison, R. E Roxborough. 

Douglass, B. J .... ....1901 Chestnut. 

Duane, Charles W „ Thirty-fourth and Rac©. 

Duhring, Herman L 740 South Twelfth. 

Eastman, Rush S . Torresdale. 

Edwards, Robert A , 2201 Spring Garden. 

Elwyn, Alfred L 1422 Walnut. 

Ely, William 141 School lane, Germantown, 

Falkner, J. B., D.D 36 Tulpehocken, Germantown. 

Field, C. Neale .2026 Cherry. 

Foggo, Edward A., D.D 3216 Summer. 

Franklin, Thomas L., D.D 2316 Parrish. 

French, Willison B .. .112 North Twelfth. 

French, W. C, D.D 112 North Twelfth. 

Fuller, H. F b 724 North Forty-fourth. 

Fullerton, George S University of Pennsylvania. 

Furey, John G.. .... 36 Seymour. 

Getz, Henry S 3210 Powelton av. 

Goodfellow, John A 1919 East-Cumberland. 

Goodwin, D. R., D.D., LL.D 3927 Locust. 

Graham, Richardson 358 East Orthodox, Frankf ord. 

Hare, G. Emlen, D.D., LL.D 1013 Clinton. 

Harrigan, John F 2259 Howard. 

Harris, J. Andrews, D.D Chestnut Hill. 

Harrison, W. H Steele av. 

Heaton W. S 2526 North Sixth. 

Hibbard, C. H Fisher's Lane, Germantown. 



266 CITY DIRECTORY. 

Philadelphia^ Pa., and vicinity— continued. 

Hill, S. C Mount Airy. 

Hodge, G. Woolsey. . . 334 South Thirteenth. 

Hoskins, F. D . . . . 1010 Chestnut. 

Hotchkin, S. F Bustleton. 

Hoyt, H. A. F Hospital, Front st. and Lehigh av. 

Hubbard, John P 1600 Master. 

Hubhell, J 608 North Forty-third. 

Hutchinson, Thomas P 81*2 North Forty-first. 

Innes, Robert F 3S13 Walnut. 

Jackson, Lewis II 4*26 North Sixth. 

Janess, Fleming, D.D 4722 Springtield av. 

Jeff eris, Wm. M., D.D 675 North Eleventh. 

Jeffery, C. N. F Ridge av. and Yasser st. 

Johnson, John Edgar 4220 Chester av. 

Jordan. Walter Whitehall. 

Kaye, John W 2539 North Sixth. 

Kinsolving, Geo. H 1729 Pine. 

Latimer, G. A 989 North Fifth. 

LeRoy, Jacob Wissahickon Heights. 

Lewis, J. Kerfoot, U. S. N 400 South Forty-second. 

Lewis, L. K Germantown . 

Lewis, W. P., D.D 1346 Pine. 

List, Thomas R 400 North Twenty-second. 

Lobdell, Frederick D 2035 Walnut. 

Logan, Charles 154 Church, Manayunk. 

Love joy, D. H., M.D 156 East Huntington. 

Lundy, JohnP., D.D 245 South Eighteenth. 

Macbeth, Henry Oxford Church, P. O. 

Maison, Charles A., D.D 6901 Woodland av. 

Martin, Isaac, M.D 3004 Dauphin. 

Mason, Charles J 2035 Walnut. 

Matlack, R. C, D.D 1224 Chestnut. 

McClure, A. J. P 2114 Pine. 

McConncll, S. D., D.D 1318 Locust. 

McDowell, Harry , 847 Franklin. 

McGaivey, W Church of the Evangelists. 

McVickar, William N. , D.D 1820 Spruce. 

Miel, Charles F. B., D.D 102 South Thirty-sixth. 

Miller, A. J 421 South Broad. 

Miller, Joseph L Mt. Airy. 

Millett, D. C, D.D... .Holmesbnrg. 

Milnor, Charles E 120 North Seventeenth. 

Moore, John Jay Joyce 28^8 Girard av. 

Moore, J. R Broad and Tioga. 

Mortimer, G. D. E South west Third and Reed. 

Morton, H. J., D.D 909 Clinton. 

Moses, John R 816 Franklin. 

Murphy, J. K., D.D High st., Germantown. 

Newlin, J. D., D.D 532 Marshall. 

Nichols, W. F 2208 Walnut. 

Nicholson, Isaac L., D.D 1620 Spruce. 

Paddock, W. F., D.D 3911 Locust. 

Percival, Henry R 11 10 Spruce. 

Perry, J. De Wolf, D.D Cor.Manheim and Pulaski,Germant'n. 

Peters, John P Abroad. 

Phillips, H. L 707 Florida. 

Rickert, A. A 963 North Fifth. 

Ritchie, Edward Ill South Broad. 

Ritchie, Robert Falls of Schuylkill. 

Roberts, Edmund 170o West Norris. 

Robins, J. W., D.D 1821 De Lancey pi. 

Robinson, Lucien M 1706 Walnut. 

Robinson, Nalbro Frazier 1625 Locust. 

Rowland, H. J 1607 Locust. 






CITY DIRECTORY. 267 

Philadelphia, Pa., and vicinity— continued. 

Rudderow, Joel 527 North Nineteenth. 

Rutnney, Theodore S., D.D Cor. Wayne and Harvey, Germant'c. 

Sanb'>rn, Frank A 2340 St. Aiban's pi. 

Shepherd, R. Bowden 517 York av. 

Silvester, W. W 2100 North Eighteenth. 

Simes, Snyder B 916 Swunson. 

Snively, S. E., M.D , Bird Orphan Asylum. 

Starr, W. C 1130 Girard av. 

Stewart, Kensey J., D.D 1702 Norris. 

Stone, James S., D.D 1240 South Broad. 

Stone, Stewart.. 1434 Spruce. 

Supplee, E. H Oak Lane P. O. 

Syle, Henry W 2142 Mt. Vernon. 

Taitt, Francis M 422 Christian. 

Taylor, Thomas J 411 Spruce. 

Taylor, W. W 4007 Chestnut. 

Thomas. R. N 4213 Chester av. 

Tortat, A. E., M.D 3714 Ridge av. 

Tullidge, E. K 924 Walnut. 

Tweedale, S 5003 Penn, Frankford. 

Uojohn, Samuel .148 Coulter, Germantown. 

Walsh, George H., D.D 2011 Walnut. 

Watkins, Wilbur F., D.D 114 South Fortieth. 

Watson. B., D.D 162 North Twentieth. 

Watson, Edward Shippen, D.D 323 South Sixteenth. 

Webb. W. Walter Church of Evangelists, Catheritfe st. 

Weii, Elias Germantown. 

Whits, Wm. A 658 Brooklyn. 

Widdemer, E. S 2837 East Lehigh av. 

Williams, J. Pallam 717 Erie. 

Wood, Joseph Germantown. 

Wright, Robert H., Jr 1313 South Broad. 

Yarnall, T. C, D.D 3914 Locust. 

Zara, M 1024 Christian. 

PITTSBURGH, PA. 
The Rt. Rev. Cortlandt Whitehead, D.D., Bishop, Shady Side. 

Badger, N. N Crat'ton, Allegheny Co. 

Bragdon, C. A Crafton, Allegheny C<5. 

Byllesby, Marison 254 Allegheny av. 

Cameron, J. G 73 South Eighteenth, South Side. 

Coster, Robe. J.... . Cor. Penn av. and 4th st. 

Crumpton, Thos., D.D 127 Webster av. 

Duroe, Daniel W. Pearl st., near Penn av. 

Dyess, G. A. M Bellevue, Allegheny Co. 

Grange, Robert St. Charles 1 Hotel. 

Heakes, Wm Wilkinsbnrg, Allegheny Co. 

Heffern, A. D .Hizelwood, 23d Ward. 

Hodges, George 6423 Arabella 

Mackay, Wm. R Sylvan av , 23d Ward. 

Maxwell, Samuel 220 Western av., Allegheny. 

McLure, Laurens 205 Denni stem av. 

Meech, Robert 188 Sandusky, Allegheny. 

Thompson, Wm 907 Penn av. 

Webbe, Wm. N ....404 Butler. 

White, J. Crockar, D.D St. Andrew's Church. 

Wightman, J. R 251 \\ estern av. , Allegheny. 

PROVIDENCE, R. I. 
The Rt. Rev. Thomas March Clark, D.D., LL.1X, Bishop, 34 George st. 

Atwood, Julius W 195 Broadway. 

Barnes, Percy 5 Franklin. 

Bartlett, Hamilton M 24 Greene. 



268 CUT DIRECTORY, 

Providence, J?. /. -continued. 

Bartow, Evelyn P 59 George. 

Bassett, Frederick J ... .166 Prosptei, 

Bassett, Henry 70 Elm. 

Cocroft, T. H 15Messer. 

DeGarmo, Charles H 383 Benefit. 

Brown, Edward L Wickenden st. 

Fiske, Geo. McC, 8T.D 43 George. 

Hammarskold, John G 343 Smith. 

Hensbaw, Daniel, S.T.D. 2 Angell. 

Jackson, W. F. B 62 College, 

Leach, Daniel, D.D 18 Brown. 

Rice, D. G 19 Tobey. 

Richards, C. A. L., D.D 144 Benefit. 

Snelling, Samuel 49 FrancK 

Strong, George Aug 144 Benefit. 

Webb, Samuel H 835 Eddy. 

RICHMOND, VA. 

The Rt. Rev. F. M. Whittle, D.D., Bishop, 807 E. Leigh st. 
The Rt. Rev. A. M. Randolph, D.D., Assistant Bishop, 208 South Third. 

Burton, Lewis W 2306 E. Grace. 

Carmichael, Hartley 5 West Main. 

DashiellJT. G..D.D 1009 E. Clay. 

Downman, John Y 2 West Grace. 

Funsten, James B 314 North Twenty-third. 

Jackson, H. Melville, D.D 300 W. Franklin. 

Meade, Everard 514 N. Fifth. 

Nash, Preston G 922 E. Broad. 

Newton,J. B 403 N. Twelfth. 

Peterkin, J., D.D 705 E. Leigh. 

Powers, Pike, D.D 611W.Cary. 

Spring, D. F., D.D 710 W. Grace. 

Williams, W. B 621 N. Tenth. j 

ROCHESTER, N. Y. 

Anstice, Henry, D.D 132 S. Fitzhugh. 

Boynton, Charles H 44 Gibbs. 

Carter, A. B 45 Jones av. 

Crapsey, A. S .... 18 Ashland. 

Dennis, James H Grant Park. 

Doty, W. D'Orville, D.D 56 Gibbs. 

Ferguson, J. Dudley 93 University a y. 

Hart, Edward P 90 Plymouth av. 

Hyde, F. S 12 Emerson. 

Lee, J. Hattrick 13 Grove pi. 

Skeele, Amos 131 Jefferson av. 

Skinner, James A 66 Adams. 

Sloan, Arthur 19 Hawthorn. 

Washburn, Louis C 72 North Clinton. 

Wood, Albert 31 Linden. 

ST. LOUIS, MO. 

The Rt. Rev. D. S. Tuttle, S.T.D. , Bishop, 2727 Chestnut st. 

Alcorn, E C 618 North Second. 

Assheton, W. H 907 Taylor av. 

Berkley, Ed. F., D.D 3616 Washington av. 

Davis, Carroll M 17 North Beaumont, 

Deane, K. M 3005 Dickson, 



CITY DIRECTORY. 269 

St. Louis j Mo.— continued. 

De Wolfe, E. H 3946 Missouri av. 

Edwards, H Elleardsville 

Elmer, Wm Cor. Olive st. and Jefferson av. 

Ellingham, C. M 929 Hickory. 

Gierlow, J., Ph.D 2910 Easton av. 

Green, S. H. 1210 Grattan. 

Harris, Geo. C, S.T.D 3546 Washington av. 

Holland, R. A., S.T.D 2918 Pine. 

Holland, R. A., Jr 2918 Pine. 

Ingraham, J. P. T., S.T.D 11th and Warren. 

Maister, A. A Ferguson. 

Muson, C. M, C Washington av. and 22d st. 

McManus, P. E 6604 Michigan av. 

Miller, G. D. B 2727 Chestnut. 

Newton, B. F 2421 Buena Vista. 

Oertel, J. A... 2847 Franklin av. 

Pattison, T. E 1612 West Lexington. 

Reed, B. E 2739 Lafayette av. 

Robert, P. G 2928 Washington av. 

Scheetz, F. B Kirkwood. 

Schuyler, M., D.D 2820 Locust. 

Short, Wm 3692 Pine. 

Staples, O. H Station B, St. Louis. 

Sterling, G. H Old Orchard. 

SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. 
The Rt. Rev. Wm. Ingraham Kip, D.D., LL.D., Bishop, S.W. cor. of Franklin and Eddy. 

Bakewell, John, D.D 922 Van Ness av. 

Beers, Hiram W., D.D Trinity Church. 

Church, Edward B 1036 Valencia. 

Church, F.H 418 Sutter. 

Davis, W. W 2108 Jackson. 

Dunbar, G. W" The Presidio. 

Emery, J. A . .Ninth and Cypress, Oakland. 

Foute, Robert C 2125 Jackson. 

Gray, John . Church of the Advent. 

Jany, Edward de 1534 Mission. 

Jenks, G. H 321 Geary. 

Kendig, D., Ch. U. S. A (retired) Army Headquarters. 

Lion, Edgar J 812 Fulton. 

Mayhew, H. H N. E. cor. 20th and Mission. 

McCrea, Henry Trinity Church. 

Miel, C. L 206 Lombard. 

Mills, W. C : 1459 Guerrero. 

Neales, William S 2107^ Webster. 

O'Brien, W.J... 2741 Pine. 

Reed, J. Sanders Trinity Church. 

Spalding, E. B 1534 Mission. 

Townsend, Hale St. Luke's Hospital. 

Williams, Thomas G 1906 Wester. 

Young, W. C 915 Clay. 

SYRACUSE, N. Y. 
The Rt. Rev. Frederic Dan Huntington, D.D., LL.D., Bishop, 218 Walnut pi. 

Fuller, Henry R 704 University av. 

Gregory, Almon 405 Lock. 

Johnson, J. Everet 401 Howard. 

Lockwood, H. R., D.D 101 Comstock av. 

Mundy, E. L 701 Warren. 

Randolph, Thomas L 313 Hawley. 

Rose, John T 10j6 Harrison. 



270 CITY DIRECTORY. 

Syracuse, N. F.— continued. 

Tannt, James F 215 Slocum av. 

Teller, Henry L. 306 Willow. 

Wilson, W. D.,D.D., LL.D 720 East Jefferson. 

Wilson, W. DeL 720 East Jefferson. 

UTICA, K Y. 

Coleman, W. B. J 136 State. 

Coxe, S. Hanson. S.T.D 55 Broad. 

Dean, J. G Morris. 

Gibson, W. T, D.D 25 Plant. 

Goodrich, Alfred B., D.D . 31 Howard av. 

Maxon, W. D 44 Broad. 

Olmstead, C. T 257 Genesee. 

Schulte, B 192 Columbia. 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Addison, Thomas G., D.D 219 C St., north-west. 

Ames, John G 1600 Thirteenth St., north-west. 

Aspinwall, John A 17 Dupont Circle, north-west. 

Barr, David 2315 M St.. north-west. 

Buck, James A . Soldiers' Home. 

Burwell, Walter L 1153 Sixteenth st., north-west. 

Camp, Norman W., D.D 1235 H St., north-east. 

Clark, James W 717 Massachusetts av., north-east, 

Crockett, Stuart St. John's Church. 

Crummell, Alexander, D.D 1522 O St.. north-west. 

Davenport, Willard G Anacostia, D. C. 

Dixon, J. H Washington, D. C. 

Dolloway, Edward 720 T>nth st., north-west. 

Dorsey, J Owen Box 78, Takoma Park, D. C. 

Douglas, G. W., D.D 821 Sixteenth st., north-west. 

Elliott, John H., S.T.D..., 1211 O st., north-west. 

Falls, Neilson St. Alban's, Georgetown, D. C. 

Graves, John A 703 D st., south-east. 

Gray, J. B Mount Pleasant, D. C. 

Harding, Alfred 1909 I st., north west. 

Harris, William A , 929 L st., north-west. 

Harrold, James A., M.D Washington, D. C. 

Hubard, James R., D.D 450 Pennsylvania av. 

Johnstone, T. A .... Epiphany Church. 

Lowrie, R. W P. O. Bennings, D. C. 

McKee, J. M. E 809 Twenty-second st,, north-west. 

McKim, Randolph H., D.D 1334 New York av., north-west. 

Mott, Edward M Soldiers' Home. 

Perrv, Josiah B 1536 Sixteenth st., north-west. 

Phillips, J. W 813 Twelfth St., north-west. 

Piatt, William II., D.D., LL.D Washington, D. C. 

Pyne, Charhs M... 612 Eighteenth st., north-west. 

Pyne, Henry R Km? Hall, Sixth st. 

Ray, J, Wain wright 918 French st. , north-west. 

Regester, J. A 3236 O st., Georgetown, D. C. 

Schubert. W. A . . .408 New Jersey av., south-east. 

Shiras, Alexander. D.D Bureau of Education 

Smith, AugMStine J 1205 Q s«-., north-west. 

Steele, A. Floridus .1128 Eighth st., north-west- 
Stewart. E. J., D.D 1015 Fourteenth st., north-west. 

Stuart, A. R., D D 1515 31st st.. north-west. 

Tongue, Thomas O 3135 O St., Georgetown, D. C. 

Townsend, I. L., S.T.D 1418 Corcoran St., north-west, 

Trimble, John. D.D 3009 O St., north-west. 

Williams, Gilbert F 626 G St., north-east. 

W T ithingtan, William .V."i.......:'.. ... 1104 L St., north-west, 



CITY DIRECTORY, 271 



WORCESTER, MASS. 



Allen George E , 502 Stockbridg©. 

Burgess, Francis G . 22 Auburn. 

Ha gar. Henry ...... , 6 Princeton. 

Middleton, Edmund S , 17 Irving. 

Paine, George S 12 Lincoln. 

Stewardson, Langdcm C , SO Richards* 

Vinton, Alexander H..,.,, ...,,,,.,. .,.,,,..18 Ashland, | 



NOTICE! 

Clergymen residing in the cities given in the Directory will please forward change of 
address, if any, in the latter part of October, 



272 



POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES. 



Population of tbe United States, by Races, in 1870 and 1880. 



States and 


Total 


White. 


Colored 


Chi- 


Ind'ns 
eiv. or 


Territories. 


Popul'n. 


1880. 


1880. 


nese. 


taxed. 




1880. 






1880. 


1880. 


Alabama 


1,262,794 


661,986 


600,141 


4 


213 


Arizona 


40,441 


35,178 


138 


1,632 


3,493 


Arkansas. 


802,564 


591,611 


210,622 


134 


197 


California 


864,686 


767,266 


6,168 


75,122 


16,130 


Colorado 


194,649 


191,452 


2,459 


610 


128 


Connecticut.. 


6*2,683 


610,884 


11,422 


130 


241 


Dakota 


135.180 


133,137 


381 


238 


1,;84 


Delaware 


146,654 


120,198 


26,456 






Dist. of Col.... 


177,638 


118,236 


59,378 


18 


6 


Florida. 


267,351 


141,249 


125,262 


18 


37 


Georgia. 


1,539,048 


814,218 


724,654 


17 


94 


Idaho 


32,611 


29,011 


5*5 


3,378 


164 


Illinois 


3,078,769 


3,032,174 


46,248 


214 


133 


Indiana 


1,978,362 


1,939,094 


38,998 


37 


233 


Iowa 


1,624,620 


1,614,510 


9,442 


47 


464 


Kansas 


995,956 


952,056 


43,096 


22 


792 


Kentucky 


1,648,708 


1,377,07 7 


271,462 


10 


50 


Louisiana .... 


940, 103 


455,063 


483,898 


483 


819 


Maine 


648,945 


646,903 


1,427 


8 


607 


Maryland 


934,632 


724,718 


209,897 


6 


11 


Massachus'tts. 


1,783,012 


1,764,082 


18,644 


256 


341 


Michigan. 


1,636,331 


1,614,078 


14,986 


29 


7,238 


Minnesota 


780,806 


776,940 


1,558 


54 


2,254 


Mississippi 


1,131,592 


479,371 


650,337 


52 


1,832 


Missouri 


2,168,804 


2,023,568 


145,046 


94 


96 


Montana 


39,167 


35,468 


202 


1,737 


1.750 


Nebraska.. 


452,433 


449,805 


2,376 


18 


233 


Nevada 


62,265 


53,574 


465 


5,423 


2,803 


N. Hampshire. 


346,984 


346,264 


646 


14 


60 


New- Jersey. .. 


1,130,983 


1,091,856 


38,796 


182 


58 


New-Mexico... 


118,430 


107,188 


907 


55 


10,280 


New-York 


5,083,810 


5,017,142 


64,943 


942 


783 


N. Carolina.... 


1,400,047 


867,467 


531,316 


1 


1,216 


Ohio 


3,198,239 


3,118,344 


79,665 


117 


113 


Oregon 


174,767 


163,087 


493 


9,508 


1,679 


Pennsylvania.. 


4,282,786 


4,197,106 


85,342 


170 


168 


Rhode Island.. 


276,528 


269,933 


6,503 


27 


67 


S. Carolina ... 


995,622 


391,258 


604,325 


9 


114! 


Tennessee .... 


1,542,463 


1,139,120 


402,992 


26 


326 j 


Texas 


1,592,574 


1,197,493 


394,007 


142 


932 


Utah 


143,906 


142,381 


204 


518 


804 


Vermont 


332,286 


331,243 


1,032 




11 


Virginia 


1,512,806 


880,739 


631,996 


6 


65 


Washington. . . 


75,120 


67,349 


357 


3,227 


4,167 


West- Virginia. 


618,443 


592,433 


25,729 


14 


87 


Wisconsin .... 


1,315,480 


1,309,622 


2,724 


16 


3,118 


Wyoming ..... 


20,788 


19,436 


299 


914 


89 


Tocal U. States' 


50,152,866! 


43,402,408 


6,577,497 


105,679 


65,880 1 



White. 
1870. 



521,384 

9,581 

362,115 

499,424 

39,221 

527,549 

12,887 

102,221 

88,278 

96,057 

638,926 

10,618 

2,511,096 

1,655,837 

1,188,207 

346,377 

1,098,692 

362,06: 

624,809 

605,497 

1,443,156 

1,167,282 

438,257 

382,896 

1,603,146 

18,306 

122,117 

38,959 

317,697 

875,407 

90,393 

4,330,210 

678,470 

2,601,946 

86,929 

3,456,609 

212,219 

289,667 

936,119 

564,700 

86,094 

329,613 

712,089 

22.195 

424,033 

1,051,351 

8,726 



Colored. 
1870. 



475,510 

26 

122,169 

4,272 

456 

9,668 

94 

22,794 

43,404 

91,689 

545,142 

60 

28,762 

24,560 

5,762 

17,108 

222,210 

364,210 

1,606 

175,391 

13,947 

11,849 

759 

444,201 

118,071 

183 

789 

357 

580 

30,658 

172 

52,081 

301,650 

63,213 

346 

65,294 

4,980 

415,814 

322,331 

253,475 

118 

924 

512,811 

207 

17,980 

2,113 

183 



Chi- 
nese. 
1870. 



20 



49,310 
7 
2 



1 

4,274 

1 



Ind'ns 
civ. or 
taxed. 
1870. 



16 
3 

1,949 



3,152 



15 



29 



1 

3,330 

14 



25 
445 



4 
234 



143 



I 4,886,3871 63,254 25,731 



31 

89 

7,241 

180 

235 

1,200 



16 

2 

40 

47 

32 

240 

748 

914 

108 

569 

499 

4 

151 

4,926 

690 

809 

75 

157 

87 

23 

23 

16 

1,309 

439 

1,241 

100 

318 

34 

151 

124 

70 

379 

179 

14 

229 

1,319 

1 

1,206 



Per Ceat. of Increase from 1870 to 1 



Total Population,. 30.06 per cent. 

White Population 28.82 " " 

Colored Population.. ... „ 34.78 " " 



Chinese Population. 67.07 per cent. 

Indian Population (civilized or 
taxed) .156.02 " " 



PRESIDENTS.— MEMBERS OF CABINET.— JUSTICE? . 



873 



Presidents of the United States of America. 



f George Washington 1789 aad 1793 

2 John Adams 1797 

3 Thomas Jefferson 1801 and 1805 

4 James Madison 1809 and 1813 

5 James Monroe 1817 and 1821 

6 John Quincy Adams 1S25 

7 Andrew Jackson 1829 and 1833 

8 Martin Van Buren 1837 

9 W. Henry Harrison (died 4 April). 1841 

10 John Tyler (elected as Vice-Presi- 

dent) 1841 

11 James Knox Polk 1845 

12 Zachary Taylor (died 9 July, 1850) 1849 

13 Millard Fillmore (elected as Vice- 

President) 185© 



14 Franklin Pierce 1853 

15 James Buchanan 1857 

16 Abraham Lincoln (assassinated 14 

April, 1865) 1861 and 1865 

17 Andrew Johnson (elected as Viee- 

President) 1865 

18 Ulysses S. Grant 1869 and 1873 

19 Kutherford B. Hayes 1877 

20 James A. Garfield (assassinated 

2 July, died 19 Sept.) 1881 

21 Chester A. Arthur (ejected as 

Vice-President) 1881 

22 Grover Cleveland 1885 

23 Benjamin Harrison .. . 1889 



Papulation in 1880, 50,152,868. 



Members of the Cabinet at Washington. 

Until March 4, 1893. 
James G. Blaine, Secretary ©f State. j William Window, Sec'y of the Treasury. 

Redfield Proctor, Secretary of War. [ John W. Noble, Secretary of the Interior. 
Benjamin F. Tracy, Sec'y of the Navy. Jeremiah M. Rwsx, Sec'y of Agriculture. 
John Wanamaker, Postmaster- General. | William H. H. Miller, Attorney- Genera! 



Supreme Court United States. 

CHIEF-JUSTICE. 
Melville W. Fuller, of Illinois, 1888. 



ASSOCIATE JUSTICES. 



Samuel F. Miller, of Iowa, 1862. 
Stephen J» Field, of California, 1863. 
Joseph P. Bradley, of New -Jersey, 1870. 
John M. Harlan, of Kentucky, 1877. 



Horace Gray, of Massachusetts, 1881. 
Samuel Blatchpord, of New-Yo-k t 186&, 
L. Q. C. Lamar, of Mississippi, 1888. 
Bavid J. Brewer, ©f Kansas, 1889, 



Population of the United States at eaeh Census, 1790-1880. 



Census. 


Population. 


Per cent. 
Increase. 


Census. 


Population. ^enL 


1790 


3,929,814 
5,308,483 
7,239,881 
9,633,822 
12,806,020 




1840 

1850 
1860 
1870 
1880 


17,069,458 i 33.52 


1800 
1810 
1820 
1830 


35.10 
36.38 
33.06 
32-51 


23,191,876 35.83 
Sl,44&321 35.11 
38,558,371 22.65 
50,152,866 30.06 



274 



CHIEF RULERS OF THE WORLD. 



Population and Area of Principal Nations. 



Countries. 



Argentine Republic 
Austria-Hungary. . . 

Belgium 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

British Isles 

Canada 

Ceylon 

Chili 

Chinese Empire 

Colombia, U. S. op.. . 

Denmark 

Ecuador 

Egypt 

France.... 

Germany 

Greece 

In dia, British 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Morocco... 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Paraguay 

Persia 

Peru 

Portugal 

Russian Empire 

Roumania 

Servia 

Si am... 

Spain 

Sweden. ... • 

Switzerland. ......... 

Turkey 

Uruguay 

United States 

Venezuela 



Last 

Census, 



1875 
1880 
1880 
1878 
1872 
1881 
1881 
1881 
1878 
Est. 
1870 
1880 
1878 
1877 
1881 
1880 
1879 
1881 
1878 
1882 
1877 
Est. 
1880 
1876 
1876 
Est. 
1876 
1878 
1880 
Est. 
1880 
Est. 
1S77 
1881 
1880 
Est. 
1877 
1880 
1881 



Population. 



2,400,000 

37,741,413 

5,520,(109 

2,080,000 

10,108,291 

35,246,633 

4,324,810 

2,758,166 

2,400,396 

434,626,000 

2,951,323 

2,096,400 

1,146,000 

7,419,980 

37,405,290 

45,194,172 

1,979,423 

252,541,210 

28.452,639 

36,700,118 

9,389,461 

6,370,000 

4,060.592 

1,808,900 

293,844 

7,000,000 

3,050,000 

4,550,699 

98.356,100 

5,376,000 

1,700,211 

5,750,000 

16,625,860 

4.565,668 

2,846,102 

25,036,480 

447,000 

50,155.783 

2,075,245 



Area 
Square Miles. 



827,177 
240,415 

11,369 

500,740 

3,218,166 

121,571 

3,204,381 

24,702 

124,084 

4,560,107 

320,638 

14,784 

248,312 

1,152,948 

204,030 

208,624 

20,018 
810,542 
114,380 
146,568 
741,598 
313,560 

12,727 
122.823 

91,980 
636.203 

72,413 

34,595 
8,138,541 

50,159 

18,781 
280,564 
193,171 
170,927 

15,908 
860,322 

72,151 

3,602,990 

439,119 



Inhabitants 

to the 
Square Mile. 



2.90 

156.98 

481.71 

4.15 

3.14 

289.92 

1.35 

111.65 

19.84 

95.31 

9.20 

133.21 

4.61 

4.00 

180.88 

216.62 

83 91 

311.57 

246.63 

234.28 

12 66 

20.31 

312.86 

14.71 

3.19 

11.00 

42.11 

125.69 

10.11 

107.17 

84.64 

20.49 

84.55 

26.51 

177.10 

29.10 

6.19 

13.92 

4 06 



The 


Chief 


Rulers of the 


World, 


1889. 






ration. 


Juarez Celman „ 


ACCESSION.' 


Argentine Confede 


President, 1886 


Austria-Hungary.. . 


Franci s Josef I 


Emperor, 1848 




Leopold II 


King, 1865 
President, 1884 


Bolivia 


GS-. Facheco 


Brazil (U. S. op) 


Dodora de Fonseca 
Jose Manuel Balmac 
Kwang Sii 






President, 1889 


;eda 




President, 18S6 


China 






Emperor, 1875 


Colombia (U. S. op). . 


R. Nunez 

Li Fin 


President, 1886 
King, 1S64 
President, 1885 


Costa Rica 




Bernardo Soto 


Denmark. 


Christian IX 

J. M. P. Caamano 


Kins, 1803 


Ecuador 




President, 1883 


Prance 


M. SadiC'irnot 

Wilhelm II 


President, 1888 


Germany 




Emperor, 1888 


Alsace-Lorraine .... 


Prince Hohenlobe. . 






Statthalt'r 188S 



CHIEF RULERS OP THE WORLD. 



2?5 



The Chief Rulers of the World, 1889— continued. 



Anhalt 

Baden 

Bavaria 

Bremen 

Brunswick 

Hamburg 

Hesse 

Lippe 

Liibeck 

Mecklenburg-Schwerin 

Mecklenburg-Strelitz 

Oldenburg 

Prussia 

Reuss Greiz 

Reuss-Schleiz 

Saxe - Altenbu-g 

Saxe-Coburg and Gotha — 

Saxe-Meiningen. 

Saxe- Weimar Eisenach . . . 

Saxony 

Schanmburg-Lippe 

Schwarzburg Rudolstadt. . . 

Schwarzbnrg - Sondershau- 
sen. 

Wakleck 

Wurtemberg 

Great Britain and Ireland 

British India 

Canada, Dominion of 

Greece 

Guatemala 

Haiti 

Hawaiian Islands . . . 

Honduras 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Morocco 

Netherlands .... 

Nicaragua 

Paraguay 

Persia 

Peru 

Portugal.... 

Rome (Pontificate of) 

Roumania 

Russia 

San Domingo 

San Salvador 

Servia 

Siam 

Spain 

Sweden and Norway 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

Egypt 

United States 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 



Friedrich 

Friedrich I , 

Otto I 

Senate 

Regency Council 

Senate , 

Lud wig IV 

G. F. Waldemar 

Senate 

Friedrich Franz III 

Friedrich Wilhelm 

Nicolas Friedrich Peter. 

Wilhelmll 

Heinrich XXII 

HeinrichXIV 

Ernst 

Ernst II 

Georg II 

Karl Alexander 

Albert 

Adolf 

Georg ., 

Karl Giinther III 



1845 
1864 
1837 

1884 



Georg Victor 

Karl I 

Victoria I. . . . . . 

Marquis of Lansdowne 

Lord Stanley of Preston 

Georgios I 

M. L. Barrilas 

General Salomon ,...-... 

Kalakaua I 

Luis Bogran 

Humbert I , 

Mutsu Hito . , 

Porfirio Diaz 

Muley-Hassan , , 

Willemlll 

Adam Cardenas 

General B. Caballero 

Nassr-ed-Din 

Genera! Carceres '. 

Carlos I 

Leo XIII 

Karll 

Alexander III , 

Alejandro Wos y Gil 

Francisco Menendez 

Milan Obrenovic I 

Khulalonkorn I , 

Maria-de-las-Mercedes * 

Oscar II 

N. Droz 

Abdul-Hamid II ! Sultan, 1876 

Moharaed Tewfik j Khedive, 1879 

Benjamin Harrison President, 1889 

General Resin ! President, 1885 

A. Guzman Blanco I President, 1886 



Accession. 



Duke, 1871 
G'd Duke, ia52 
King, 1886 



,1884 



G'd Duke, 1877 
Prince, 1875 

G v dDukeVi883 
G'd Duke, 186ft 
G'd Duke, 1853 



King, 

Prince, 

Prince, 

Duke, 

Duke, 

Duke, 



18^a 
1859 
1867 
1853 
1844 
1866 



G'd Duke, 1853 



King, 
Prince, 
Prince, 
Prince, 



1873 
I860 
1869 
1880 



Prince, 
King, 
Queen, 
Viceroy, 
Gov.Gen'lJSSS 
King, 1863 

President, 1885 
President, 1879 
King. 1874 

President, 1883 
King, 1S78 

Mikado, 1867 
President, 1884 
Sultan, 1873 
King, 1849 

President, 1883 
President, 1882 
Shah, 1848 

President, 1886 
King, 1889 

Pope, 1878 

King, 1881 

Emperor, 1881 
President, 1885 
President, 1885 
King, 1882 

King, 1868 

Queen, 1885 
King, 1872 

President, 1887 



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